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Éduquer pour lutter contre les préjugés

Liberté, égalité, fraternité: these three words are anchored in the collective memory of French people, and they must be more than an ideal. Today, this motto and the humanist values it underscores are a call to society and our school to take action at a serious moment in our collective history.  


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September 15, 2017
Prix Lycéen du Livre d’Économie

Supervised by their economics and social studies teacher, Victoire Patouillard, and librarian Maud Léger, a group of 11th graders participated in a special lycéen Book Prize in Economics and Social Sciences. Take a look at their work and find out which books they loved the most. 


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June 11, 2017
Antoine Guilloppé en résidence

From March 27th to March 31st, our third graders welcomed Antoine Guilloppé, children’s book author and illustrator with a very specific skill set: laser cutouts. For an entire week, our five classes traveled deep into the stunning universe of this magical storyteller.


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June 9, 2017
“Les bilingues ont une plus grande sensibilité à la communication”

“Bilingualism is much more than the sum of two languages,” says Vannina Boussouf, director of the Lycée’s Primary School in this interview.


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June 9, 2017
Alive Inside

Music frees the mind.  Such is the lesson learned by one of the 4eme1 advisory groups.  Inspired by the documentary Alive Inside, which focuses on Music and Memory, a therapeutic program that brings personalized music to individuals with memory loss, the group volunteered in a memory-loss unit that runs this treatment at a 1000-bed city facility on the northern tip of Roosevelt Island.


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May 12, 2017