The French middle school embodies the entry of students into secondary education. It is organized into four levels from the sixth grade (6ème) to the ninth grade (3ème) and structured in pedagogical cycles.
All middle school students have 26 hours of compulsory education per week.
Educational excursions and school trips:
As part of the integration into the local context, school excursions are regularly organised (cinema, theater, museum, exhibition, etc.) as well as invitations of external speakers.
6th 7th 8th 9th
|History and geography and Moral and civic education||3h||3h||3h||3h30|
|1st foreign language||4h||2h30||2h30||3h|
|2nd foreign language||–||2h30||2h30||2h30|
|6ième||11 years old|
|7ième||12 years old|
|8ième||13 years old|
|9ième||14 years old|
The Middle school diploma (brevet des collèges)
Issued by a jury, the certificate is a diploma that proves knowledge acquired at the end of high school.
At the Anatole France French School : 100% success rate.
Prepared during the ninth grade, the certificate allows the student to prepare for future exams. As the school is not an examination center, students can pass the exam at Tbilisi, Georgia, with the group of the ninth-class-students from the French School of the Caucasus.
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