Published On: Fri, Jul 17th, 2015

French Jewish schools shine on matriculation exams

Of the five Jewish schools listed as achieving a perfect score, ORT Toulouse was the only one outside the Paris region. Each school had several dozen graduates.

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(JTA) — At least five of France’s Jewish high schools achieved a 100-percent pass rate in this year’s matriculation exam.

The data appeared Thursday in an article by the Jewish Actualite Juive weekly.

The schools, in which every pupil who took the matriculation exam passed and received a high school diploma, belong to the ORT Jewish educational network of schools, Chabad Lubavitch and Alliance.

As a whole, the ORT network, which has six schools across France, had a passing rate of 92 percent, according to Marc Timsit, the director of the network… READ MORE

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