The Private International Bilingual School

Baillargues and Montpellier

Private school

Located in Baillargues, a small village 10 minutes away from Montpellier, off the A9 motorway, the Private International Bilingual School is run in the setting of a XVII century château surrounded by open grounds spanning 120 hectares on the Massane golf course.
This little town of 7000 inhabitants just 10 minutes away from Montpellier, the capital of the Languedoc. See Access…

Montpellier, France’s 7th city, has grown a lot in size in recent years.

With  some major research centres like INRA,CIRAD, AGROPOLIS, CNRS, CGIAR, and some multinational, the town has become a dynamic place with a strong presence of managerial staff, researchers, diverse middle level professions and traders.

In order to accommodate the educational needs of the children of this new multinational population, the EPBI has regularly increased its capacity to welcome new students.
Projects to expand are ongoing and new classrooms are being built.

The School

Private school
Created in 1988 (with full official approval from the State for classes CM1-CM2), it caters for pupils at the Kinder, Primary and Secondary levels in accordance with the National Education Curriculum.


Since September 2016, the International Private Bilingual School offers 2 curricula :

  •     INTERNATIONAL Cursus
  •     NATIONAL Cursus

The active pedagogy and the implemented ways of teaching allow every pupil to develop their sense of creativity early and this also enables the students to become independent thinkers and future responsible citizens of the world.
This international awareness is increased by the wide opening the school has on the world.

The EPBI welcomes students from many different backgrounds:
– There are French students whose parents want their children to have a bilingual education.
– There are French students who have returned from a stay abroad (a long or a short one)
– There are students from many different nationalities (British, American, Australian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese …)
– There are students who have completed a part of their schooling in a European School, a French Lycée or an International School.