Paris, France, February 18, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- More and more French parents choose to have their child attend a boarding school. Why? Reasons are very different from a family to another, ranging from a personal choice of the child to a necessary choice for the wellbeing of the family. The boarding school also becomes more and more popular among international students in Paris.
Expatriates relocating in Paris have a wide choice of international day schools to choose from: British schools, American schools, International sections of French schools etc. They are now offered an alternative solution: choosing an international boarding school instead of a day school can be the right choice for their child.
This is for example the case for expatriate families relocating in provinces or in Paris and its surroundings but far away from all international schools on offer. In those cases a weekly or a full time boarding option (5 or 7 days boarding) allows children to study in an international school without losing too much time with long journeys between home and school.
Notre-Dame International High School welcomes international students from various countries as well as local expatriates' children. The campus also has a French section welcoming French boarders. It creates a really international atmosphere, where English is the common daily language. The multicultural setting of the boarding quarters creates a stimulating study environment.
Notre-Dame International High School recently published the most recent figures of its boarding school: more than 15 different nationalities are currently hosted at the boarding quarters of the school.
Notre-Dame International High School has been launched in 2010 thanks to a cooperation between Notre-Dame Les Oiseaux and Nacel.