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Bilingual English-French independent international school
A real bilingual school
Open Sky International is an international bilingual school located in Boulogne-Billancourt (5 minutes from Paris), registered with the Prefecture of Paris and Nanterre, as well as with the Rectorat de Versailles and Paris as an independant school.
Open Sky International is historically an English - French bilingual nursery and primary school. Attendance is based on a 4,5 days week (including Wednesday morning) with a balance between French and English. Children can also stay on Wednesday afternoon (following extracurricular activities) if parents wish.
A bilingual secondary school was opened in September 2017, and will follow a high school in September 2022.
Our mission is to provide children with the tools they need to succeed in an open and globalised world, so that they can succeed in France, in their country of origin or anywhere else in the world.
Pre, primary and secondary bilingual school:
- The goal of our teaching is to achieve equal oral and written performance in French and English, your child becoming bilingual after 2 years in our school.
- Our teaching aims at academic excellence, but also openness to the world and mastery of communication techniques in English and French.
- Your child's future is well prepared, allowing him or her to join any private, public or international school in both languages at the end of his or her schooling at Open Sky International.
WHY CHOOSE OUR SCHOOL?
What makes us strong and different
Discover the director of the bilingual school Open Sky International during a interview for the International Interactive Large Book.
The director of the Open Sky International school spoke during an interview for the program "Le Live TV Finance".
Open Sky International appears in TF1's report for the Women's World Cup football match.
The Head of Open Sky International interviewed on the Big Planete social network.
Open Sky International receives the prize of the Francophonie awarded by TV5 Monde.