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Choose your EIB school

EIB Paris is a pioneer in bilingual education and has been providing quality pre-school to high school education to children and young people for over 60 years. To find the right school for your family please use the selector tool below:

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The EIB Grenelle reception area
  • 50% English
  • Language Integration Program (LIP)

In the heart of the 7th arrondissement, just minutes away from Les Invalides, EIB Grenelle private school opened its doors in September 2021. Welcoming students from nursery up to Year 6 (Maternelle to CM2) to begin with, the bilingual school will follow the programmes of the Ministry of National Education while offering a fully bilingual teaching programme, with 50% of classes in English and 50% in French. 

  • 3-6 Years Old
  • 6-11 Years Old
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EIB de La Jonchère
  • 50% English
  • English Passerelle
  • Language Integration Program (LIP)

Just 30 minutes away from central Paris in the Yvelines region, EIB de la Jonchère offers a bilingual education for children ages 3 to 14. The school follows the programmes of the Ministry of National Education while offering 50% of teaching in English and 50% in French.

  • 3-6 Years Old
  • 6-11 Years Old
  • 10-15 Years Old
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  • 25% English

Located near the Place de l’Etoile and Porte Maillot at the heart of the 17th arrondissement in Paris, our bilingual, secular, high school (known in French as a lycée) EIB Etoile welcomes 400 students from more than 40 different nationalities from Year 11 to Year 13 (2nde to terminale).

  • 16-18 Years Old
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  • 25% English

EIB Monceau bilingual middle school, known as Collège EIB Monceau in French, is one of the finest private middle schools in Paris, located in the heart of the 17th arrondissement, close to the Champs Elysées and Arc de Triomphe.Located just a short walk away from EIB Monceau Primary School in Paris, the school welcomes 625 students aged 10 to 15.

  • 10-15 Years Old
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  • 25% English

EIB Lamartine is a bilingual primary school that welcomes children from ages 3 to 10. With a warm and friendly atmosphere, EIB Lamartine private school offers a French education following the National Curriculum, supplemented by an exclusive programme of early English learning, from the first year of nursery (Petite Section) to Year 6 (CM2).

  • 3-6 Years Old
  • 6-11 Years Old
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  • 25% English

Right in the heart of Paris, just moments away from the Arc de Triomphe, the bilingual EIB Monceau Primary School was the first bilingual school in the EIB Group. It has been welcoming students since1954, housed in three buildings around Parc Monceau in the 8th Arrondissement.

  • 3-6 Years Old
  • 6-11 Years Old
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EIB Monceau Nursery School

The nursery school at EIB Monceau is housed across two sites on either side of Parc Monceau in the 8th Arrondissement. These are Le " Petit Monceau " (105, boulevard Malesherbes) and The Main Building (6, avenue Van Dyck).

Nursery school, or maternelle, to use the French name, is divided into three classes:

  1. Nursery Class (Petite Section),
  2. Reception Class (Moyenne Section)
  3. Year 1 (Grande Section).

Few remaining places available in our Petite Section (Nursery) and Moyenne Section (Reception) at EIB Monceau

inform you that there are a few remaining places available for your child's enrollment in our Petite Section (Nursery) and Moyenne Section (Reception) at EIB Monceau Primary School, for the upcoming school year starting in September 2024.

If you are interested in applying,please fill out the form on this page:

(Please note that the Grande Section (Year 1) class is full for 2024/2025). 

Watch the video to learn more about our Nursery School

Daily life at Nursery School

To start school, a child must be 3 years old in the calendar year in which the school year begins. To ensure dedicated attention, pupils are supervised by teachers assisted by nursery assistants. Our bilingual school respects the official French curriculum while integrating daily English language instruction from the nursery onwards.

Nursery Class

In the nursery class or petite section, children are taught in small classes of just 15 students. During this first school year, the children attend classes in the morning or afternoon (depending on birth month), including Wednesdays, for a progressive adaptation to the school system.

Children at EIB Monceau bilingual nursery school Paris 8

English learning starts with 30 minutes per day, taught through playful and interactive methods (games, songs, etc.).

Reception Class and Year 1

From reception class (moyenne section) onwards, children attend school full time, four days a week (excluding Wednesdays). Children are taught according to the French National Curriculum with the addition of 45 minutes of English learning per day in reception class, and an hour a day in Year 1. Students are divided into level groups for English learning, according to ability.

In addition to the daily teaching of English, pupils also enjoy music lessons given by a qualified English-speaking teacher. From Year 1 onwards we offer optional English workshops on Wednesday mornings. Both of these activities are designed to improve children's oral skills by teaching through play, while encouraging the discovery of other cultures through music, art, stories and role-playing. Part of the week is spent learning about digital technologies through interactive ‘edutainment’ games.