École Jeannine Manuel ranked best lycée in France

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École Jeannine Manuel Paris been ranked best lycée in France for the ninth consecutive year by L’Internaute, while École Jeannine Manuel (Lille) has come third in the national rankings published by L’Express for the third consecutive year.

These national rankings are based on official government data and take different criteria into account, including (but not limited) to baccalaureate exam pass rates and the percentage of baccalaureate distinctions awarded. Students at École Jeannine Manuel achieved excellent results in their 2020 baccalaureate examinations, with students in Paris achieving a 100% pass rate. All members (100%) of the Paris Class of 2020 were awarded baccalaureate distinctions, with 75% receiving Very High Honors (TB) and 15% with High Honors (B).

« These excellent rankings are the well-deserved result of our students’ hard work, who have adapted with admirable speed to this unprecedented crisis. They have continued their studies with the maturity, curiosity, and creativity we have always known them to possess. We are incredibly proud of our students as well as of all our staff who with their enthusiasm and resourcefulness have kept our students interested and stimulated. » said Elisabeth Zéboulon, Head of School.

Students at École Jeannine Manuel

École Jeannine Manuel Paris & Lille are regularly ranked among the best lycées in France. The school sends more students to Russell Group universities in the UK and Ivy League universities in the US than any other school in France. Students have the choice between preparing for the French baccalaureate with international option (OIB) in the American Section, or enrolling in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program.

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Ecole Jeannine Manuel Paris

École Jeannine Manuel is a French, bilingual and international K-12 school founded in 1954 with the mission to promote international understanding through the bilingual education of a multicultural community of students. Students follow an enriched bilingual curriculum and, in eleventh grade, choose between the French track leading to the international option of the French baccalaureate (American section) and the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB).