Approximately 45% to 55% of secondary level students in North West France are now taught under the private system. Many secondary schools now have private sector status and, unlike private schools, do not have to be secular, so are generally Catholic institutions.
However, if a school operates under contract it does receive funding from the State. If this is the case, as with Le Likès, these schools must follow the National Curriculum and be subject to general inspection by government school inspectors in the same way as public schools are.
Admission to private schools is via an application form and private schools do have a greater control over their intake. Regarding costs, if the school is State funded then the fees can relatively low. The various fees available can be found in this section of the website.
Published on the : Wednesday 9 May 2012
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