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EIB - The Victor Hugo School
International School

Middle School

The Middle School covers the first three years of secondary education, from Grade 6 through Grade 8. EIB – The Victor Hugo School follows the Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum in Middle School, complemented by EIB Paris exclusive daily French instruction. Providing a natural progression from the Cambridge curriculum offered in our Primary classes, this program develops student’s skills and understanding in English, Math and Science. It also provides an excellent preparation to Cambridge Secondary 2 and qualifications including the IGCSE and O-Level courses.

According to EIB Paris exclusive educational project, French instruction is offered in level groups (from beginner to fluent) as well as through other academic activities such as Art, Music and Sports, taught in English and in French.

Students who don’t speak English may be accepted to Middle School, depending on their capacity to learn and adapt to EIB – The Victor Hugo School’s teaching methods. Intensive English courses and Learning Support are offered to students who need to reinforce their academic level.

In Middle School, groups are constituted of an average of 22 students. The school day starts at 8:45AM. Every morning, before the beginning of the classes, our students have a Registration session with their Homeroom teacher.  Classes start at 9AM and finish at 5 PM every day except on Wednesdays, where students finish at 12:30 PM. Grade 6 and 7 students must have lunch at school. They can have the school lunch on a daily basis, bring a packed lunch or buy snacks from the school cafeteria. As of Grade 8, students are allowed to leave the school during lunch time. Nevertheless, they are strongly encouraged to stay in the premises.

As of Grade 6, our students sit exams in the second and third trimesters. The results of these tests are communicated to the parents at regular meetings and in the students’ progress reports. At the end of the Grade 8, Middle School students sit the official Cambridge Checkpoint Test for literacy, math, and science.