Monteil high school in Rodez: a female trio at the head of the high school

Monteil high school in Rodez: a female trio at the head of the high school

A new start for the Lycée Monteil, which is riding the wave of its success.

It is around a female management team – Anne-Marie Mellier, headmaster, Valérie Blanc, deputy headmaster of the vocational high school and Sandrine Souyris, deputy headmaster of the general and technological high school – that the Monteil high school made its comeback. High school that has two priorities for all of its students: well-being and success. In line with the excellent results obtained in the exams last June with 100% success on the general route and very honorable success rates for the other courses.

Classes with reduced numbers, compulsory studies for all second-year students and optimal supervision at the boarding school supervised by Mesdames Cabot and Fabié and Messrs. Alibert and Rigal, four principal education advisers attentive to everyone, many clubs (sea and space workshop, robotics workshop, Bee Api workshop, theater and cinema workshops, etc.) offered by teachers are also part of the establishment’s success strategy.

In terms of student well-being, the administrative, stewardship and regional staff contribute, through their investment, to providing a quality living environment through catering, material management, computer equipment, etc.

Various systems or projects support high school students during their course. Like the “Cordées de la Réussite”, a system piloted by Jean-Marc Riols, deputy director of professional and technological training. “It is a real lever for equal opportunities which offers partnerships with colleges and higher education. This year again, the results of Parcoursup have shown the excellence of the level of our students by integrating preparatory classes (Monteil or others), major schools, Sciences-Po without forgetting the training offered on our territory (BTS, IUT, Champollion University, etc.)”, we explain on the side of the high school. Similarly, job dating, to connect young people with the local economic fabric, helps promote professional integration. Scientific workshops help develop students’ appetite for current issues or scientific subjects.

As part of the support for the Sciences-Po competition, conferences given by several professors on national themes, “fear” and “food”, will begin after the Toussaint holidays. This will take place every Wednesday afternoon. Sport, through the four sports sections offered (athletics, football, handball and rugby) and agreements signed with the various sports clubs in the city, makes it possible to reconcile the passion of certain pupils with a built school project.

It should be noted that since this start of the school year, pupils and students with school status and apprentices have been grouped together in the same training course. Whether in CAP, professional baccalaureate or BTS, a young person can therefore follow the training he has chosen by apprenticeship. Everyone has their own path to success…