The European French School of Podgorica (EFEP) was founded in 2018 on the initiative of the Embassy of the French Republic in Montenegro. Podgorica has thus been enriched with another international educational institution. EFEP is part of the network of French schools for children of all nationalities, aged 2 to 18 years. It is a small, private and independent international school.
An opening to the world and a multilingual curriculum
EFEP welcomes all nationalities from 2 to 18 years old with bridging courses for non-French speaking students to allow their rapid integration. The main language of instruction is French, but from kindergarten onwards, English and Montenegrin have an important place. During their schooling, the students develop the ability to work in these three languages, in different fields.
Thus, the students live a multilingual journey where the languages complement each other, become tools for thinking with certifications allowing to recognize the acquired skills.
With four classes from kindergarten to high school, small classes, spaces adapted to each age group and a team of 10 professionals with complementary skills who work in close collaboration, we provide personalized support to each student. The teaching provided allows the student to become an active participant in his or her learning by developing responsibility, autonomy, cooperation and perseverance.
This personalized support aims at the development of each student and his or her excellence.
A commitment to the environment and sustainable development
A daily integration of environmental question: knowing one’s environment, respecting it, the stakes, the practices to be implemented to train the future citizens of tomorrow.
SCHOOL COURSES AND DIPLOMAS
– a welcome from the age of 2, until the end of high school (18 years old);
– the diplôme national du brevet (DNB) at the end of the third grade;
– the French baccalaureate, at the end of the final year of high school;
– the possibility of continuing one’s studies in any French school in the world (more than 500, in most countries), then in prestigious French or international universities.