In addition to a bilingual French-English curriculum, students in Year 7 choose a third language between German and Spanish.

Students who finish Year 6 with a sufficient level in English (A2) and in French (B1) can if they so wish continue Chinese lessons in secondary school (three hours per week). Students are prepared for the international HSK exams from Year 7 through the organisation Ounyeno, examination centre for HSK for the Compiègne region.


The HSK is an official Chinese language exam created by the Chinese Department of Education for candidates whose native language is not Chinese. It tests listening and reading comprehension, knowledge of grammatical structures and, depending on test level, oral and written expression.