Looking for a student exchange program in France?
Attend a student exchange program in France! Notre-Dame International High School Paris welcomes international exchange students in Grade 10 for a semester or a complete academic year or 2 years (Grade 11 and 12) and may also consider exchange students for the fall semester in Grade 12.
French language prior knowledge is not a prerequisite. French Beginner courses are provided on campus, as well as Intermediary and Advanced French classes. Exchange students are invited to participate in our French summer course in Paris in August, just before school starts: this will ease their integration into their new life in France.
Exchange students coming from an American High School in the USA or abroad may attend our school for a semester or an academic year and earn academic and language credits counted towards their US High School diploma. They will receive a transcript of grades indicating earned credits at the end of each semester. GPA information will also be released.
Exchange students coming from a different school system are also welcome to apply to study at Notre-Dame International High School. Their grades are transferred into the US High School system, allowing them to pursue their current secondary studies. They will be provided with a transcript listing the subjects attended and grade obtained at the end of each semester and can use it to validate their exchange program in their home school.
We may also assist them with administrative processes involved in apostille and convalidation procedures.
Meet the world: attend classes as an exchange student in France with friends from over 20 countries!
Notre-Dame International High School, your international boarding school in Europe
Exchange program in France: study in a French speaking Lycée
Exchange students with an above-average level of French interested in attending a French speaking High School in France may choose to attend Nacel High School Student Exchange programs in France. Please note that exchange students in French high schools may not be awarded a complete transcript of grades nor are they able to choose their classes.