École Française Internationale de Djeddah
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|Ecole Française Internationale de Djeddah|
|Jeddah, Saudi Arabia|
|Faculty||139 (faculty, administrative and support staff)|
|Grades||Nursery to Year 12 (Maternelle, Elémentaire, Collège, Lycée)|
|Number of students||1,300+ students|
École Française Internationale de Djeddah (Arabic: المدرسة الفرنسیة العالمیة في جدة) is a French international school in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It serves maternelle (preschool) through lycée (senior high school).
It opened in 1966.
In 2015 there were 139 employees. 32 are regular teachers in French national education or French private schools, and 66 are other teachers. 5 of the total number of administrative, supervisory, and expatriate staff are officials of the French government, while 23 are not officials of the French government. 13 employees are service workers.
- (in French) École Française Internationale de Djeddah
- École Française Internationale de Djeddah (Archive)
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