Welcome to Fécamp, port city localized in the north-west of the Normandie, west-northen region of the France. The city takes place in the Valleuse of the Valmont in the heart of the country of caux on the Alabaster's coast. The city's area is 15 km2 for 19 000 inhabitants. Fécamp was certified city and country of art and history. Fécamp was named during the 3rd Century fiscannum and was inhabited by the Calettes who were fishermen. A nun abbey was founded during the seventh century but disappeared because of the vikings. From the 9th to the 11th century, the city was governed by the vikings, that will become the Normans. From the 18th century, Fécamp is a pilgrimage place, because of a precious blood relic. In 1856, the abbey is bought by the city and will become the city hall.
The activities of the city are mostly the fishing and the tourism thanks to the cliffs and the pebble beach which are specificities of Normandy.
The cliffs and the pebble beach are unavoible places use the Benedictine Palace, the saint Etienne church where the precious blood relic is kept. Fécamp has a casino, a theater and a cinema. Restaurants propose local specialities such as fish, the Benedictine liquor and the camembert.
In 1682, the Christian charity of the child Jesus school congregation founded by the scholar Nicolas Barre in 1666, offers a free education to the little girl in two schools in the city until the revolution . In 1800, the school is reorganized in boarding school built in 1851. The school welcomes 750 students in 1850. In 1968, the school of Andre and the Providence became one. In 1974, the college is built. The primary class open in 1979 and are the high school open in 1995.
Our high school is a private catholic high school and he is located in ''rue queue de renard'', close to the city hall. The providence's area is 96 m2 for about 300 students and more than 100 staff members.
The high school proposes many extracurricular activities:
-sport activities (handball, football, swimming, climbing, badminton and others)
-Choir and orchestra
-A Radio club
-A Web TV club
In our high school, there are different options : music, or languages(Latin, Russian, Italian, English, Spanish, German.
La Providence also organises humanitarian projects HUMAD, which is a project to help students in Madagascar, and school trips in different partner schools.
This is our school: