Les lycéens de Prieur ont vécu une expérience unique et extraordinaire à l’étranger !
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Living abroad with AFS
8 pupils studying at Lycée Prieur de la Côte d’Or have chosen to discover new cultures, to live and study abroad for a few months. How enriching!
Guillaume Flagollet, 19, Russia, August – June 2014-2015
Ella Delabays, 17, America, August – June 2015-2016
Louise Mussard, 17, Canada, August – November 2015
Cloé Portefin, 18, Australia, January-August 2016
Mathilde Maitrot, 16, Canada, August – November 2016
Laurie Marceau, 16, Canada, August – November 2016
Marion Laissus, 16, Finland, August – June 2016 -2017
Elsa Fèvre, 16, Germany, August- June 2016-2017
Guillaume in Russia
Louise (on the right) and Hannah
Ella (on the right) in the USA
Cloé in Australia
Mathilde (second on the left) with her Canadian friends
Laurie (on the right) with Magenta
Marion (on the left in a red dress) at her school Ball in Finland
Elsa (third from the left) with her AFS friends
Témoignage de Laurie
Hi! I’m Laurie and I did an exchange in Canada with AFS. For me, these two months were a wonderful experience. I had the opportunity to discover the Canadian culture and to meet amazing people. During my journey there, I did some local activities… But I also went to school! (Here is my parenting class on the picture)
I hope to get the chance to go back in Canada in my future!
Hello I’m Elsa.
I have been living in Germany for 7 months. I live in the village of Pinsweiler (Saarland) and I go to Wendalinum School in Sankt Wendel. I study maths, French, German, religion, geography, biology, English, physics and social economy. I like my school, I now have friends in my class. I bought a ukulele and I learn how to play it. During AFS meetings, I meet all the foreign people and I love that because we are like a family all together. We are all friends. In these photos you can see my AFS group and two of my best friends (one from the USA and the other from Switzerland)
I love my family in Germany, they are very nice to me. I have improved my German a lot. I understand when German people talk to each other.
Going abroad has given me the opportunity to meet new people, to discover another way of life and to improve my knowledges of the German culture. I hope I will be bilingual by the end of the school year.