Secondary education in France
A lycée is a school providing secondary education in the French educational system. Graduating from a lycée leads to the Baccalauréat degree. Famous lycées in Paris include: Lycée Henri IV , Lycée Louis-le-Grand and Lycée Saint-Louis .
French students spend 3 years in Lycée : The first one is Seconde, the second one Première (in English, First), and the last one Términale.
Lycées are divided between Lycée général, which leads towards more than 2 years of post-baccalauréat studies, the Lycée technologique, which leads towards short studies, and Lycée professionel, which leads directly towards professional life.