Le collège Cévenol, également dénommé collège-lycée Cévenol international, était un établissement privé sous contrat d’association situé au Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire). Il avait été fondé par des protestants en 1938 et a fermé définitivement ses portes en juillet 2014.

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  • Le collège Cévenol, également dénommé collège-lycée Cévenol international, était un établissement privé sous contrat d’association situé au Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire). Il avait été fondé par des protestants en 1938 et a fermé définitivement ses portes en juillet 2014.
  • The Collège Cévenol—now known as Le Collège-Lycée Cévenol International—is a unique and historic international secondary school located in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, in the département of Haute-Loire, France. It enrolls day students from the local area, along with a substantial body of regional, national, and international students from around the world who board at the school. The current President of its governing board (the AUCC) is Claude Le Vu; its current director is Patrick Sellier.The Collège Cévenol was founded in 1938 by local Protestant activists and pacifists, and has been shaped from its beginnings by the area’s long-standing traditions of resistance to political and religious oppression. From the beginning, the Collège has promoted education linked to principles of nonviolence and the development of mutual understanding and solidarity in a socially and ethnically diverse society. The school’s founders were also key organizers of the now-famous community effort, in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, to shelter and save Jewish refugees during the Second World War. Thus an important part of the school’s early development is linked to this much discussed episode.During its early years, from 1938 to 1971, the school was entirely private, and was associated with the Protestant Reformed Church of France, although it welcomed students regardless of their religious or non-religious orientation. From 1971 on, it has become part of the French national education system and is secular. It is currently organized as an “établissement privé sous contrat d'association” (a private school associated by contract with the state), a category of French schools that are privately managed, but bound to the national system by contracts which provide basic funding and teacher's salaries, and require adherence to national curricula and other standards.On February 9, 2014, President Andre Gast announced that the College would be closing its doors at the end of the school year, faced with mounting financial difficulties and declining enrollment.
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  • Oasis ou Campus : Le collège protestant de Chambon-sur-Lignon
  • Histoires des débuts du collège Cévenol
  • Les clandestins de Dieu : Cimade 1939-1945
  • Le collège Cévenol a cinquante ans : petite histoire d'une grande aventure
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  • Le collège Cévenol, également dénommé collège-lycée Cévenol international, était un établissement privé sous contrat d’association situé au Chambon-sur-Lignon (Haute-Loire). Il avait été fondé par des protestants en 1938 et a fermé définitivement ses portes en juillet 2014.
  • The Collège Cévenol—now known as Le Collège-Lycée Cévenol International—is a unique and historic international secondary school located in Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, in the département of Haute-Loire, France. It enrolls day students from the local area, along with a substantial body of regional, national, and international students from around the world who board at the school.
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