OIB Results and
The American Section offers a challenging American curriculum in Language/Literature and History/Geography, and follows best practices in current American pedagogy. Our classes are taught in addition to the full French program, as defined by the Ministry of Education. Students leaving the American Section are well prepared to enter demanding Anglophone schools at their appropriate grade level, and our graduates go on to top-ranked universities worldwide.
The French curriculum is taught in French by certified Education Nationale teachers. Considered one of the most rigorous and comprehensive programs in the world, it prepares students for success in highly-selective universities.
The Lycée International has consistently been rated one of France’s top ten public schools with a pass rate of 99-100% in the French Baccalaureate with International Option (OIB). Within the American Section, the success rate has been 100% since 1985.
Starting in September 2022, the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB) is being replace by the Baccalauréat Français International (BFI). Students entering Première in an international section will now spend their Première (11th Grade) and Terminale (12th Grade) years working towards this new diploma. The first exam session of the BFI will be in the spring of 2024.