Lycée Jules-Ferry (Paris)

The Lycée Jules-Ferry is a public secondary and higher education school located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It is famous especially since it was used in Diane Kurys's film, Peppermint Soda (Diabolo menthe, 1977).

Lycée-collège Jules-Ferry
Location
77 Bd de Clichy
75009 Paris, France
Information
TypePublic high school
EstablishedOctober 26, 1913
School districtAcademy of Paris (Northern district)
PrincipalMrs Annick Fourno
Enrollment~1,600 students
Color(s)Brown and gold    
Websitehttp://lyc-jules-ferry.scola.ac-paris.fr/

This public school of Paris is composed by a collège, a lycée and by CPGE.

Since its creation, this high school had a tradition with literary studies. There are literary and humanities Classes préparatoires aux grandes écoles, for students that are preparing the very competitive national exams that lead to the prestigious École Normale Supérieure de Lyon academy.

Coordinates: 48°53′03″N 2°19′48″E / 48.88417°N 2.33000°E / 48.88417; 2.33000