École Internationale Les Alizés

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École Internationale Les Alizés is a French international school in Praia, Cape Verde located at Avenida ONU in the neighbourhood of Achada Santo António. [1] It serves levels maternelle (preschool) through lycée (senior high school), directly teaching maternelle and primaire (elementary) levels and using CNED for collège (junior high school) and beyond. [2]

The school opened in 1991. The Ministry of Education of France via the AEFE approved the school for primary classes in 2000. As of the 2014-2015 school year there were 240 students from 17 countries. 161 students were Cape Verdean, making up 67% of the student body. 21 students, or 9%, were French. The remaining 58 students, or 24%, were of the other 15 nationalities.

In 2019-2020 the school has 240 students. The head of School is Ms Katia Turnier. [1]

More information : https://www.lesalizes-cv.com/

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References

  1. 1 2 "L’école internationale les Alizés" (Archive). Embassy of France in Cape Verde. Retrieved on May 12, 2015. "Ecole Internationale « Les Alizés » Avenida de OUA CP 395 PRAIA (CAP-VERT)"
  2. "École internationale Les Alizés." AEFE. Retrieved on May 12, 2015.