École Jeannine Manuel has been named the best high school in France (public or private) for the seventh consecutive year by l’Internaute in its 2019 rankings. Its campus in Lille rose to third place nationally in the league tables produced by L’Express.
“These rankings illustrate our school’s commitment to excellence as well as its ability to support students academically throughout their studies and up to their Baccalaureate exams. We owe these rankings to the talent, creativity, and curiosity of our students, and to the dedication of our teaching staff.” said Elisabeth Zéboulon, Directrice Générale.
We are especially proud of their results because all of Paris students and most Lille students sit the bilingual “international option” of the baccalaureate, the most challenging leaving examination in France.
Congratulations to all!