Final exams confirm excellence


The end-of-year exams have confirmed the excellence of the Principality’s secondary and high schools.

The overall success rate for the baccalauréat, all series combined, was 98.6 percent at the end of the tests of the second group with 316 mentions, including 76 “Très Bien”.

A very impressive 98.8 percent of the students in the general series passed their bac, while the success rate for technological bacs was 98.6 percent.

The professional baccalaureates enjoyed 97.9 percent success, of which 93.6 percent was for the Management Administration series and 100 percent for all the other professional specialisms.

Collège François d’Assise-Nicolas Barré (FANB) achieved a 100 percent pass rate for the National Diploma (Diplôme National du Brevet) with 102 mentions for 114 candidates, including 47 “Très Bien”.

Charles III college scored 98.9 percent overall success with 257 mentions for 280 candidates, including 97 “Très Bien”.

One hundred percent of pupils who entered the DNB professional series obtained it.

Finally, 88.2 percent of students enrolled in the Higher Technician Diploma passed their examinations, 96.4 percent of them at the Lycée Albert 1er, 100 percent for the BTS Assistant Manager course, and 80 percent for the BTS Hôtellerie du Lycée Technique et Hôtelier.

The Prince’s government congratulates the students of the Principality for the excellent results obtained during this 2017 edition.

The government also extends its thanks the Directorate of National Education, Youth and Sports, together with the heads of schools and the educational and pedagogical teams concerned, who once again succeeded in guiding their students towards a very well-deserved success.



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