École de Gaulle-Adenauer
|École de Gaulle-Adenauer|
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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, Bonn, Germany. As of 2015 it has 176 students, including 75 école maternelle (preschool) students and 101 primary students.
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. That year the school received the name "Lycée de Gaulle-Adenauer," after Charles de Gaulle and Konrad Adenauer.
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.
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- Media related to École de Gaulle-Adenauer at Wikimedia Commons
- École de Gaulle-Adenauer (in German)
- École de Gaulle-Adenauer (in French)
- "Mentions légales"/"Impressum." École de Gaulle-Adenauer. Retrieved on September 20, 2015. "Meckenheimer Straße 45 - 53179 Bonn"
- "BONN Ecole française de Gaulle-Adenauer ." AEFE Europe. Retrieved on September 20, 2015.
- "Les dates clés de l’École de Gaulle-Adenauer"/"Meilensteine der École de Gaulle-Adenauer." École de Gaulle-Adenauer. Retrieved on September 20, 2015.
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