We are aware that it is essential for our students, in addition to perfectly mastering the English language, to know more than one foreign language. Therefore, from the 5th year of Primary Education until the end of the Baccalaureate students must take a course on a second foreign language, choosing either French or German. The goal is that our students acquire a level that allows them to communicate effectively in the language in everyday situations and gain a level sufficient to serve them as a basis for further study.
During their 4th year of Secondary and the Baccalaureate, students sit the French Institute’s DELF exams, levels A1 to B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Those studying German can sit the Goethe Institut examinations Start in Deutsch 1 and 2 and Fit in Deutsch.