EIB Paris - The Victor Hugo School
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Paris, France 

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Overall: (3.8 from 5 reviews)
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Ages:3 to 18 Primary Language:English
Curriculum:IB Max Class Size:20

The Victor Hugo School is an EIB international school which hosts students from Nursery to Grade 12 in the heart of the 15th district in Paris. With a small-class policy (a maximum of 20 children per class in Secondary and Primary school and an average of 15 children in Preschool classes), we welcome over 600 students from 70 different nationalities and educational backgrounds. The Victor Hugo School is unique in Paris because of its tailored English-speaking curriculum, enhanced by compulsory French lessons from the age of three.


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Ayce Celikel, a year ago


Nice and international environment.

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Nick May, 4 years ago


EIB – The Victor Hugo School Mission Statement EIB – The Victor Hugo School aims to prepare its students within a supportive community for a lifetime of learning through cultural appreciation, global understanding and diversity awareness. Grounded on strong academic standards that foster intellectual autonomy and critical thinking, our school strives to promote individual endeavour and to enable students to become responsible for their learning.

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Masako Otsuki, 5 years ago


This school has the international atmosphere where all the cultures mix in without any problems. I was friends with a Japanese girl, Turkish girl and Tai girl. We had about 20 nationalities in a group of 30 people. I was in the E.a.B system for my whole academic life until I got into university. I was in E.a.B Lamartine before to learn French and then moved to the E.i.B Victor Hugo School of Paris. I was actually a 2013 graduate of the last E.a.B class when the school changed its name to E.i.B. They have the choice between IB and the high school diploma and the teachers are trained for them. The students are prepared for those programs using the IGCSEs as a placing test in order to see who needs more help on which subjects. The school usually does not have more than 40 people per class year; hence, the one-to-one teacher and student relationship is very helpful and important to go through the IB program. The school might be small but they have several floors and two labs. But there is a park, several bakeries, a supermarket and a pizzeria next to the school. The metro station is only 10 minutes away and there is a bus that takes only two minutes. Also, the school bus is also an option to consider.

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Hansu - San, 8 months ago


Could have been better, but I guess it's a school so there's not much to expect.

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Christiano Gio, a week ago


I went to this school because I had to. I did the IB and IGCSC. There are few schools for international students in the heart of Paris so it was an obvious choice. Most teachers are bad. The management is poor. If you are planning to send your kid here... don't. It is way overpriced and I promise you will regret it.

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