To enrol your child at Saint Martin de France, please complete and submit the admission forms with the required papers.
This is the year in which Saint Martin prepares its students for the Baccalaureat and their applications in the Higher Education system (Business schools, medical studies etc).
There are 6 classes of 2nd grade students including the European class. Students in the European class are taught maths lessons, in English.
2nd grade in Saint Martin de France is the starting block from which to prepare a successful outcome in Terminal, the final year in lycee.
Throughout this year, pupils discover new subjects and a more interactive approach to their work. The students can choose subjects to reinforce their interests and intended future study. However, they can also be a means to open new horizons.
A work experience placement is organised, for one week, for all 2nd grade students, with the aim of helping them discover the world of work.
Obligatory subjects :
Languages (2 languages are studied)
Physics and Chemistry
New subjects :
Social and Economic Sciences (obligatory for all pupils)
One option must be chosen from the following list:
Sciences and Laboratory studies
Methods and Scientific practise
Literature and Society
Chinese or Italian
Additional options include:
The 6 classes in 1st grade are mixed and have approximately 30 pupils in each class, both boarders and day students.
Three sections are proposed in 1st grade:
Social and Economic Sciences (ES)
The 6 classes in Terminal grade are mixed and have approximately 30 pupils in each class, both boarders and day students.
Three different series are proposed to students in Terminal grade, continuing after 1st grade.
Saint Martin de France has two classes in the Scientific section, three classes in the Social and Economic Sciences section and one class in the Literary section.
The pupils can choose their specialisation in each section, as follows:
Social and Economic Sciences: maths, social and political sciences, advanced economics.
Scientific: maths, physics-chemistry, biology or numerical science.
Literature: advanced English.
Furthermore, a maths class is available for motivated students to pursue their maths lessons, in English, to validate the European section of their Baccalaureat.