Lycée Français de Vienne

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Lycée Français de Vienne
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Lycée Français de Vienne is located in Vienna
Lycée Français de Vienne
Lycée Français de Vienne
Lycée Français de Vienne is located in Austria
Lycée Français de Vienne
Lycée Français de Vienne
Liechtensteinstr. 37A


Austria
CoordinatesCoordinates: 48°13′15″N 16°21′33″E / 48.22083°N 16.35917°E / 48.22083; 16.35917
Information
TypePreschool (École maternelle) through senior high/sixth-form (Lycée)
Established1946
ProviseurBrigitte Peytier-Nollen
GradesBaccalauréat, Brevet des collèges, Matura
Age3 to 18
Enrollment2,400
Website

Lycée Français de Vienne ("French Lycée of Vienna") is a French curriculum secondary school in Alsergrund, Vienna.

The Lycée Français de Vienne is one of the world's largest schools accredited by the Agency for French Teaching Abroad (AEFE) and has more than 2000 students. The private school shares its boarding school with Theresianum. Furthermore, the school is currently renowned for its excellence.

Academic Results[edit]

French Baccalauréat[edit]

The Lycée Français de Vienne is one of the best French schools abroad as shown by its outstanding results: Baccalauréat results 2015[1]

Section Number of candidates Succeeded % Mention Très bien Mention Bien Mention Assez bien Total honours
Literary 19 19 100 5 5 6 16
Economics and Social Sciences 47 47 100 7 17 12 36
Scientific 60 60 100 26 19 7 52
Total 126 126 100 38 41 25 104
  • Percentage of honours "Mention Très Bien": 30% of the students.
  • Percentage of honours "Mention Bien": 33% of the students.
  • Percentage of honours "Mention Assez Bien": 20% of the students.
  • Percentage of total honours : 83% of the students.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RESULTATS DU BAC SESSION JUIN 2015. Retrieved on 5 August 2015.
  2. ^ Bédarida, Catherine. "Marjane Satrapi dessine la vie de l'Iran." Le Monde. 25 June 2003. Retrieved on 21 September 2009.

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