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After the LFIB

Orientation process

Orientation is the result of a continuous process of development and implementation of the personal project of training and social and professional integration that the junior high school student, then high school student, carries out according to his or her aspirations and abilities. This process is led by teachers and mainly by head teachers and PRIO (Personnel Resources in Information and Orientation). External actors contribute to the information actions for orientation.

The Avenir Pathway allows students from 6e to terminale to gradually build, throughout their secondary studies, a real ability to orient themselves. To do this, students are encouraged to understand the economic and professional world and the diversity of professions and training, to develop their sense of commitment and initiative and to develop their educational and professional orientation project.

What do pupils become after LFIB ?

Places of studies

Studies trends