École de Gaulle-Adenauer

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École de Gaulle-Adenauer
Meckenheimer Straße 45.JPG
School building
Mehlem, Bonn

TypeFrench international school

École de Gaulle-Adenauer (German: Schule de Gaulle-Adenauer) or École française de Gaulle-Adenauer (EFDGA), formerly the Lycée Français de Gaulle-Adenauer, is a French international school in Mehlem [de], Bonn, Germany.[1] As of 2015 it has 176 students, including 75 école maternelle (preschool) students and 101 primary students.[2]


It was established in 1950, with collège lower secondary classes beginning in 1961 and Baccalauréat classes established as of 1984. The AEFE began contracting with the school in 1990.[2] That year the school received the name "Lycée de Gaulle-Adenauer," after Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.[3]

Secondary classes were terminated after the French embassy moved from its Bonn facility [de] to Berlin in 1999.[2]

In 2008 the school moved to a temporary site at Domhofstraße during a renovation and expansion of its buildings. It moved back to its current location on Meckenheimer Straße in 2010.[3]

See also[edit]

German international schools in France:


External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Mentions légales"/"Impressum." École de Gaulle-Adenauer. Retrieved on September 20, 2015. "Meckenheimer Straße 45 - 53179 Bonn"
  2. ^ a b c "BONN Ecole française de Gaulle-Adenauer ." AEFE Europe. Retrieved on September 20, 2015.
  3. ^ a b "Les dates clés de l’École de Gaulle-Adenauer"/"Meilensteine der École de Gaulle-Adenauer." École de Gaulle-Adenauer. Retrieved on September 20, 2015.

Coordinates: 50°39′31″N 7°11′20″E / 50.6587°N 7.1890°E / 50.6587; 7.1890