Ecole Française de St. Petersburg
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About Ecole Française de St. Petersburg


The French school of St. Petersburg, opened in 2004, is an international, bilingual school with a warm, nurturing, and progressive mindset. Accredited by the French ministry of Education, we offer a child-centered environment based on a the French curriculum and completed by English and Russian programs, for kids aged from 3 to 17.

Our campus, located in the center of the city, is close to all cultural sites and welcomes its students in a warm environment. If you’re learning about our school, we invite you to explore our website. And if you’re already part of our family, thank you !

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French

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French

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3 to 17

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Papa's Technick, 4 years ago


This is the most popular place for learning French skills.

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Giraudet xavier, 5 months ago


Always well received, a rather complete collection of books, welcoming staff and a very pleasant coffee corner, good pastries!

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Annétte Debeers, 8 months ago


Great croissants at O ​​Petit on the 3rd floor. True, it is always full of people. The French institute itself, like in Moscow, is a sharaga for pumping out money. You will find all the same things online at 2/3 times cheaper: from learning a language to internships. Well, maybe for Lettre motivation)

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Anna Taratynova, 11 months ago


Very cool, stylish. The coolest is the Opetit cafe. From the windows you can see Bolshaya Morskaya Street and a gorgeous view of the Nevsky.

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DENIS KLEN, 3 months ago


Terrible disorganization and lack of culture. In the process of passing DELF, I had to face endless unanswered calls, unanswered questions, listening to subjective discussions of clients and their parents, raised and irritated tones. One got the impression that people here do not like their work and are not interested in the prosperity of the institute.

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