Lycée Claude-Monet

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Lycée Claude-Monet
Paris 13e - Lycée Claude-Monet - façade.jpg
The front of the school
Location

Coordinates48°49′37″N 2°21′44″E / 48.8269°N 2.3622°E / 48.8269; 2.3622Coordinates: 48°49′37″N 2°21′44″E / 48.8269°N 2.3622°E / 48.8269; 2.3622
Information
TypeÉtablissement public local d'enseignement (EPLE)
SuperintendentMarie-Eve Leroux-Langlois
PrincipalIsabelle Leguil de Rigal
Enrollment1,314 students in the lycée, 371 in college
Website

The lycée Claude-Monet is a French public educational institution established in 1955. It consists of college, high school, and preparatory classes. It is located at 1, rue du Docteur-Magnan, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris close to the Quartier Asiatique. It is close to the parc de Choisy, stade Charles-Moureu and centre Pierre-Mendès-France, a university centre attached to the Pantheon-Sorbonne University.

Teaching[edit]

The campus consists of more than 2,000 students, mostly living in the 13th arrondissement. The lycée offers a choice of options around artistic specialities (music, theatre, plastic arts, ancient languages - Latic and Greek), sciences, and economics.

There is also a European English section, a European Italian section, an international Chinese section (courses on literature and maths in Chinese), and an international Italian section preparing for the EsaBac (French baccalauréat and Italian esame di Stato). The lycée also offers courses in Chinese in inter-establishment languages (LIE).

The college also welcomes disabled students to its ULIS classes. The lycée runs preparatory economics and literature classes. Since 2013, the college also accepts students studying with CHAM (classes combined with music) in partnership with the conservatoire Maurice Ravel (Paris 13th).

History[edit]

The lycée was built in 1955 by the architect Roger Séassal, grand Prix de Rome. It is, like the neighbouring Parc de Choisy located on the former gasworks of the avenue de Choisy. Construction began at the end of the 1920s, which explains its architecture. Its construction was interrupted by the Great Depression and World War II. It resumed after the war, and was completed in 1955. An important renovation took place from 1998.

The murals decorating the lycée were created by:

Two options were proposed for the name of the lycée : Gabriel Fauré and Claude Monet. Eventually, the name chosen for the lycée was Claude Monet. In exchange, the grandson of Claude Monet gave the tableau Nymphéas avec rameaux de saule, now shown in the headmaster's office.

Gabriel Fauré eventually had a lycée nearby named after him, at 81, avenue de Choisy.

Lycée Claude Monet seen from rue de Tolbiac.

Infrastructure[edit]

The lycée consists of four floors and a basement, the fourth floor, under the roof, dedicated entirely to plastic arts. There are three school libraries in the lycée (one for the college, one for the lycée, and one for the preparatory classes), two music rooms, and a 200 seat theatre. In the basement, there is a gym, a dojo, multiple locker rooms, and a 150 seat conference room. The ground floor contains administration offices, the infirmary, the refectory and a parlor. Outside, the lycée has almost entirely been adapted for people with reduced mobility: there are two lifts and an access ramp near to the stoop.

Ranking of the lycée[edit]

In 2017, the lycée was ranked 20th out of 115 at departmental level in terms of teaching quality, and 106th at national level.[2] The ranking was based on three criteria: the results of the bac, the proportion of students who obtain the baccalauréat having completed their final two years of schooling at the establishment, and the value added (calculated from the social background of students, their age, and their results in the national diploma).[2]

CPGE rankings[edit]

The national rankings of preparatory classes in major schools (CPGE) which measures the entry levels of students to the grandes écoles.In 2016, L'Étudiant gave the following rankings:

School 2016 2015
HEC 0,0 %

(0/35)

2,9 %

(1/34)

ESCP Europe, ESSEC, HEC 2,9 %

(1/35)

2,9 %

(1/34)

EDHEC, EM Lyon, ENS Cachan, ESCP Europe, ESSEC, HEC 17,1 %

(6/35)

5,9 %

(2/34)

HEC, ESSEC, ESCP Europe, EM Lyon, EDHEC, Audencia, ENS Cachan, Grenoble EM,

Neoma (Reims + Rouen), Toulouse Business School, Kedge (Bordeaux + Marseille)

65,7 %

(23/35)

50,0 %

(17/34)

Prépas literary option, science, literature, humanities

School 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 Average over 5 years
ENS LSH 1,7 %

(1/59)

0,0 %

(0/59)

1,5 %

(1/66)

5,1 %

(4/79)

2,2 %

(1/46)

2,3 %
Moyenne nationale 3,2 % 3,4 % 3,1 % 3,5 % 3,7 % 3,3 %
ENS LSH, Top 5 ESC 1,7 %

(1/59)

0,0 %

(0/59)

6,1 %

(4/66)

6,3 %

(5/79)

4,3 %

(2/46)

3,9 %
National average 5,0 % 5,2 % 4,9 % 5,1 % 5,5 % 5,1 %
ENS-LSH, Celsa, Esit, Isit, Ismapp, the 9 IEP, BCE and Ecricome business schools, Dauphine, Masters ENS 11,9 %

(7/59)

18,6 %

(11/59)

12,1 %

(8/66)

15,2 %

(12/79)

17,4 %

(8/46)

14,9 %
National average 20,3 % 18,9 % 19,9 % 17,8 % 13,3 % 18,2 %

Major works[edit]

Works[edit]

Annex of the lycée Claude-Monet[edit]

An annex to the lycée Claude-Monet is located in the Georges-Heuyer clinic (a French-language student healthcare institution). It is located at 68, rue des Grands-Moulins.

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Alumni[edit]

List of headteachers[edit]

  • Until 2017 : Alain Anton
  • Since 2017 : Marie-Eve Leroux-Langlois

Access[edit]

The site is served by the métro stations Tolbiac, Place d'Italie and Olympiades on the métro lines 5, 6, 7, and 14, and on the bus lines 62 64 83, the last going to the station of the same name, Lycée Claude Monet

Annexes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ a b http://www.parisetudiant.com/etudiant/annuaire-lycees/lycee/lycee-claude-monet-paris/palmares.html
  3. ^ [2], at the lycée website
  4. ^ a b [3], on the lycée website
  5. ^ [4], on the lycée website
  6. ^ [5], on the lycée website
  7. ^ [6], on the lycée website
  8. ^ [7], on the lycée website
  9. ^ [8], on the lycée website
  10. ^ [9], on the lycée website
  11. ^ [10], on the lycée website

See also[edit]

External links[edit]