Want to spend an unforgettable time in France? Then join our high school stay abroad and roam the streets of charming towns all over the country, a great opportunity to really get to know the French culture and mentality. Schools in France usually run throughout the whole day, meaning that you will find plenty of opportunities to forge new friendships, exchange ideas, and improve your French skills.
15 - 18 year olds
3 months, school semester, or school year
Public high school without choice of location & school
Across the country
The first things everyone associates France with are the Mona Lisa, croissants, and the Eiffel Tower. But La République is so much more than that. France is known for its relaxed attitude and enjoyment of life. Even scenically, one of the largest countries in Europe offers a treat for everyone: beaches, hills, mountains, France has a truly varied landscape. Large parts of the country in the north and center are characterized by gentle hilly landscapes, whereas mountains can be found in the south and east, namely the Pyrenees and the French Alps. France is also home to the highest mountain in Europe, the Mont Blanc, whose surroundings offer endless outdoor activities. In the south, the country enchants with beautiful sandy beaches and seashores on the Côte d'Azur. Of course, when in France one simply cannot miss a visit to Paris. The countless museums, restaurants, bars, events, and landmarks offer unlimited entertainment and wonder.
During this 2-day orientation seminar you will have the chance to get to know Paris and the French culture, a perfect start for your high school stay in France! Accommodation and transportation are booked by us and included in the price, so you don't have to worry about anything and truly enjoy your time in France.
The French school system is divided into two semesters/school terms. Choose between:
- January - April or
- August - November
One school semester:
- January - June or
- August - January
One school year:
- August - June
You will stay with a previously screened and approved host family. The student's needs and interests will be met as much as possible with those of the host family.
Most schools in France are all-day schools, with the school day ending at 5 pm.
Yes, there is an Area Representative on site who can contacted for advice and can be reached in case of an emergency.
Family visits are possible only at the end of the program.
Students usually bring their ski equipment with them, but it can also be rented on site.
Students are not allowed to work during their high school stay.
Public transport is well developed within French cities. Travelling between cities is possible either by bus or train.
Due to insurance reasons, students are not allowed to sign up for driving courses. It is also not allowed to drive motorized vehicles.
Unfortunately, we don't offer private high schools stays in France.
There are no compulsory vaccinations. The standard vaccinations common in Europe (tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A and B, diphtheria, pertussis, polio) are recommended.
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