Lycée Guebre-Mariam

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Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
ገብረ ማርያም ትምህርት ቤት
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Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam is located in Africa
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam is located in Ethiopia
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam
Churchill Road
Arada-Kebele 01/02
1496/1220 Addis-Abeba

Coordinates9°01′27″N 38°45′09″E / 9.024036°N 38.752382°E / 9.024036; 38.752382Coordinates: 9°01′27″N 38°45′09″E / 9.024036°N 38.752382°E / 9.024036; 38.752382
Information
TypeFrench International school
MottoTwo cultures, three languages
Established1947
PrincipalJean-Christophe Torres
GradesFrom Preschool to 12th Grade
Enrollment1,759 (2017/2018)
Medium of languageFrench, English, Amharic
AffiliationMission laïque française[1]
(since 1947)
InformationMlf School under agreement with the AEFE[2]
Exam PreparationFrench national diploma, Baccalauréat, National diplomas
Languages taughtFrench, Amharic, English, Spanish, Italian (Mandarin and German via distance learning)
Language CertificationsFrench (DELF), English (Cambridge English)
Website

The Lycée Guébré-Mariam (LGM) or Lycée franco-éthiopien Guébré-Mariam (Amharic: ገብረ ማርያም ትምህርት ቤት) is a French international school in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It was established in 1947 and has integrated the Mission laïque française (Mlf) in 1947.[3] It serves levels maternelle (preschool) through terminale, the final year of lycée (senior high school) and it allows French, English and Amharic languages learning from preschool for all children.[4] As of 2017 the school has about 1,800 students range from 3 to 18 years.[1]

The French government spends around €4 million every year on LGM, which comes out to about €2,500 per student.[5]

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  1. ^ a b Deberre, Jean-Christophe (publication manager); Bur, Michel (editorial manager); Buclon, Aude (coordination); Oukkal, Alexis (graphic design) (2017). Directory of schools - Mission laïque française OSUI 2017/2018 (pdf). Mission laïque française. p. 103. ISSN 2260-8605.
  2. ^ The Mission laïque française (Mlf) is the administrator of the school, fully run by it in terms of administration, teaching and finances.
  3. ^ Thévenin, André (2002). La Mission laïque française à travers son histoire : 1902-2002 (pdf) (in French). Mission laïque française. p. 161.
  4. ^ Lemaître, Aurélie (14 April 2018). "Mission laïque française : La laïcité comme pédagogie". Ouest-France (in French). Retrieved 12 May 2018.
  5. ^ Teguest Yilma (May 22, 2013). "Lycee Guebre Mariam celebrates its 65th anniversary". Capital. Archived from the original on December 25, 2015.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link) (Archive)
  6. ^ "My Long Friendship With Richard and Rita Pankhurst". Ethiopia Observer. 2015-08-27. Retrieved 2016-12-18.
  7. ^ Syrett Cleary, Alison (7 February 2018). "Here Are Spring's Best Sparkly Looks, Modeled by Liya Kebede". InStyle. Retrieved 20 May 2018..
  8. ^ Gebreyesus, Ruth (27 October 2016). "Ethiopian Records Is The Electronic Producer Who Wants His Home Country To Get Some Shine". The Fader. Retrieved 20 May 2018..
  9. ^ "Amde Akalework: A life in leather". Ethiopia Observer. 9 March 2017. Retrieved 20 May 2018..

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