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The posh Paris school serving the elite with tax breaks

December 26, 2012 | By Lucie Delaporte

The Ecole Bilingue Active Jeannine-Manuel is a semi-private Paris school specialised in teaching in both French and English, where its 2,200 pupils are offered a complete lower education cycle from age 3 to 18. It has become the school of choice for parents among the capital’s political, business and showbiz elite, as well as others from the expat community, and boasts exceptional educational standards and means that provide a 100% pass rate for the school-leaving Baccalauréat exam. But, as Lucie Delaporte reports, a significant part of the funding of this high-performing school for the offspring of the rich and famous is met through a generous system of tax breaks.

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The Ecole Bilingue Active Jeannine-Manuel (EABJM) is a unique and sought-after Paris school that offers the offspring of the rich, famous and powerful an elite educational training and the chance to later become part of an international club of professional high-flyers.