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Constructed many centuries before it became a lycée, the building originally served as the home of the Order of the Jesuits. The lycée itself was founded by Napoléon Bonaparte and celebrated its bicentennial in 2004.
The lycée is directly connected to the Collège Charlemagne (formerly known as le petit lycée) which is located directly across from it, on the Rue Charlemagne.
- three first-year classes:
- four second-year classes:
- two of mathematics and physics
- two of physics and chemistry.
-  Official site
- Site du Lycée Charlemagne (French)
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