lycee lycee


  • (n) a school for students intermediate between elementary school and college; usually grades 9 to 12


  1. Born in 1920, Benyoussef was considered a shy and self-contained child, and easily won a scholarship to the Blida lycee.
  2. He made good grades in school until his final year in the lycee, when he was caught stealing a car and sent to prison for four years.
  3. For 180,000 lycee students, no bachot meant no entrance to universities, no draft defermentand, for men, a possible call to Algeria.



  • "We have two teachers who travel with us, and we found a wonderful local man who teached the history of Venice and some Italian," she explains. "They go to school every day 10 to 4 at home. They're on the Lycee curriculum. We keep them in...
    on Jul 2, 2010 By: Angelina Jolie Source: Hollywood Life (blog)

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