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Marymount International

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Marymount International School, Paris is the oldest and most established international school in the entire Paris region, offering a highly personalized, internationally accredited curriculum for children from all over the world, aged 2-14 years old. Our programs and pastoral care are built around the individual learning profiles of our students, an approach that underpins our deep commitment to building the foundations of educational excellence and individual success in higher education. Marymount follows AERO (American Education Reaches Out) standards and delivers learning, in English, through cutting-edge curricula from all over the world. In addition, students have 5 hours of French per week and can opt to take part in after-school programs to further enhance their exposure to the French language. As a result, our alumni go on to top high schools in France and across the world, successfully integrating into a diverse range of educational systems. Catholic students are offered the opportunity to take part in optional sacramental preparation, delivered in partnership with St. Joseph’s a Catholic, English-speaking parish in central Paris and our students regularly take part in the RSHM Global Network of Schools leadership and sporting events with schools all over the world.

Marymount’s unique location in Neuilly-sur-Seine provides easy access to the city center whilst benefiting from a spacious, leafy campus that includes a fully-equipped sports cent and gymnasium, and fine & performing arts center. In addition, Marymount International School, Paris is the third RSHM Network school to open a Digital Fabrication Laboratory, or FabLab, enabling students to engage in cross-curricular STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) projects.

L’Esprit de Marymount the school’s fully-fledged extension program delivered by Marymount staff & faculty on campus during all school vacations in addition to on Wednesday and Friday afternoons. The program focuses on widening the delivery of our English-language learning methods to the wider local community through arts, sports, performing arts, FabLab camps, in addition to more structured academic study programs.

Marymount is a ‘home away from home’ for approximately 300 families from over 45 countries, practicing at least 12 different faiths, and speaking more than 36 languages.

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