Coordinates: 48°51′11.35″N 02°20′25.38″E / 48.8531528°N 2.3403833°E / 48.8531528; 2.3403833
The Lycée Fénelon is a secondary school and an institution for the CPGE in the Latin Quarter, Paris, in the 6th arrondissement.
This school, created as the first high school for girls in Paris, was founded in 1892 in a place built in the 17th century, to prepare girls to École normale supérieure. The school became coed in 1979 and in 1973 for CPGEs.
The teachers room is registered as a French Monument historique.
The main building from the street
The main building from the backyard
The second building
The refectory and its frescoes, painted by Albert Dagnaux
Bust of Fénelon in the parlor
The teachers room