Sixth form


Our secondary school lessons run from Monday to Friday and are taught by teachers and coaches.

 The school welcomes pupils from 8:10 am to 3:30 pm, Monday to Thursday, and

until 12:30 pm on Fridays.

How does CNED (French National Centre for Distance Learning) learning work at the secondary school level?

The programme covers the entire official curriculum for the full academic year. Our Sixth Form programme can now be followed remotely under the French National Centre for Distance Learning (CNED), with the help of teaching staff who provide educational guidance and support to our pupils in the classroom and within the institution. The CNED and the partner institution work together to provide the educational support pupils need.

Registered pupils are eligible to receive a school attendance certificate, transcripts and orientation advice at the end of the academic year. Pupils are able to register to take the exams for the secondary school national diploma and for the baccalaureate diploma. Pupils who are French nationals are eligible to submit a scholarship application.

The baccalaureate diploma (BAC)

The school registers candidates for the French baccalaureate exams. The exams are held at EFIT’s affiliate school in Rome. After the exams, candidates will receive their French national baccalaureate diploma which enables them to pursue further education in France if they so choose.

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Admissions for the 2022-2023 school year are open.