The school Lycée Bourg Chevreau St Anne is located in the western part of France, in the small cozy town of Segré (a population of only 7,000 people).
It offers a quality and full-fledged program of study in the senior classes (10-12 years): foreigners are trained on a par with French schoolchildren (accepted from 15 years). Joint training helps students to progress faster in linguistic and academic disciplines, teaches to interact with representatives of different nationalities, quickly find a common language, defend their opinion and respect someone else's point of view. Students (on the whole, about 760 people study them) become more tolerant, independent, they are ready for life and active work in the international common community, they feel themselves cosmopolitans, citizens of the world.
The high school in France is divided into two levels: