École Française Internationale de Djeddah

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Ecole Française Internationale de Djeddah
Location
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Coordinates 21°36′28.759″N 39°7′59.879″E / 21.60798861°N 39.13329972°E / 21.60798861; 39.13329972Coordinates: 21°36′28.759″N 39°7′59.879″E / 21.60798861°N 39.13329972°E / 21.60798861; 39.13329972
Information
Type Private
Established 1966
Superintendent Christian Nonnenmacher
Faculty 139 (faculty, administrative and support staff)
Grades Nursery to Year 12 (Maternelle, Elémentaire, Collège, Lycée)
Gender Co-educational
Number of students 1,300+ students
Language French
Website

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).[1]

It opened in 1966.[1]

Student body[edit]

As of 2015 it has 1,400 students.[1] As of that year, 41% of the students were Lebanese, 24.8% were French, and 34.2% were of 34 other nationalities.[2]

Staff[edit]

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.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Ecole française internationale de Djeddah" (Archive). Embassy of France in Saudi Arabia. Retrieved on March 23, 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Le Lycée en chiffres" (Archive). École Française Internationale de Djeddah. Retrieved on March 23, 2015.

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