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International School in Grenoble, France

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The American School of Grenoble is an independent American international school for grades 6-12 located in Grenoble, départment of Isère in the Rhône-Alpes region of southeast France. The American School of Grenoble was founded in 1993 as a response to the needs of the Grenoble area English-speaking business community. Today the American School of Grenoble serves as an independent college preparatory coeducational school with AP courses, college prep ACT and SAT. Our student body consists of students from the US, Canada, UK, India, Mexico and Holland.

We are the only middle and high school in the Grenoble area offering all of our classes in English. Our goal is to enable students to reintegrate into any English speaking school and to prepare its high school students for higher education while providing a structure where students will acquire the added benefit of cultural, linguistic and intellectual diversity. Our curriculum culminates with the American high school diploma. It includes humanities, social sciences, math, sciences, communication, French and electives. Our small student-teacher ratio enables the teachers to tailor their teaching to meet distinctive needs.

The American School of Grenoble has partnered with French educational authorities and is housed within a large French public high-school, the Cité Scolaire Internationale. Although classes at the American School of Grenoble are conducted in English, students participate in certain classes at the Cité Scolaire Internationale, and have access to their international facilities.


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The American School of Grenoble is centrally located near the bus and train stations, and on a tramline near the center of Grenoble.


School / Office Address: Cite Scolaire Internationale, 4 Place de Sfax
Grenoble
France
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