Lycée Jean Brito
School DescriptionBain de Bretagne is located in the Brittany region, between Rennes and Nantes. This animated town is full of cultural and active offerings, and prides itself on many volunteer outreach initiatives. Bain de Bretagne has all the benefits of a big city along with the calm of the countryside. The town is very attentive to its population’s needs.
The Lycée Jean Brito fosters its pupils’ ambitions by making sure that none of them will graduate without a solid personal project. Its career counselling is based on a personalized relationship between the pupils and teachers. The school sets a tailor-made training and a supervised orientation in order to help every student build his or her personal project A special attention is given to student empowerment, open lines of communication and parental involvement in the high school’s life.
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