The school day in France typically runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a half day on Saturday, although students do not attend school on Wednesday or Sunday. Lunch is a two-hour break for public school students. Students usually attend school from ages 6 to 18. The average number of students per class is 23.
Also, what are the hours of a typical French school day?
Some schools opt for a four day week with six hours of classes per day on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; others adopt a four and a half day week (Monday to Friday, with Wednesday afternoon off). The school day hours vary between regions but is generally 08:30-16:30 with two breaks.
How many years is high school in France?
Lycée: High School. The traditional French lycée covers the last three years of secondary education. There are two main types of traditional lycée, the lycée général or lycée classique, and the lycée technique.