Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Wednesday Doorway: Saint-Jean-Hulst

The chapel of Saint-Jean-Hulst private Catholic school is this week's doorway. It's yet another school of excellence with 100% successful 'Baccalauréat' or high school graduates.

Cette semaine, la porte est celle de la chapelle de Saint-Jean-Hulst, établissement scolaire catholique privé réputé, 100% de réussite au bac.

22 comments:

Regina K said...

I love that yellow tint.

Visiting France is at the highest spot on my to visit list.

Jacob said...

That is quite a record to be proud of. Not many schools here have 100% that graduate!

Kay L. Davies said...

Obviously a wonderful school, with a definitely wonderful door!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Jack said...

This is very gracious. Ciel. You have enough beautiful doors in Versailles to fill Wednesday Doorways for a century!

Randy said...

I really like the look of this place.

Woody said...

The doors are not too fancy, but the doorway is impressive and some cool reflections too!

T. Becque said...

Such pretty colors or actually hint of colors. 100% rate - that's admirable.

Leif Hagen said...

Salut Ciel - That's a regal doorway! I like your "Wednesday Doorway" series - I'll have to join in your fun idea!
Bonjour d'EAGAN

Bob Crowe said...

The building has gravitas to match the school's reputation.

Olivier said...

il suffit donc de passer cette porte pour avoir son bac...ah si j'avais su ;))

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour Ciel!
It's a beautiful door and I like it in red.I like the windows as well,give a charming touch in this façade.
Oh about BAC, we are very stressed here, but Marina still have one year ahead.One year more to be anxious about the BAC! :)
Hugs
Léia
*** I'm participating! Thanks!

Cergie said...

Un petit éclairage rasant le mur ?
100% de réussite, je me méfie beaucoup des stats et je me pose des questions sur les modalités de recrutement. Mes gamins ont été ds le lycée de secteur, lycée de grande banlieue et après se sont très bien débrouillés car ils ont appris à faire leur travail d'élève dans une classe pas toujours attentive ni calme.

VP said...

Amazing record, I like the bright red doorway!

akarui said...

Une tres belle facade. Je prefere les ecoles publiques pour avoir frequente les deux.
Impossible de rentrer un lien autre que Blogger?

Thérèse said...

Les réussites sont toujours à revoir. Combien d'élèves se sont éclipsés en cours de route??
Cela n'empêche pas que la vue de l'extérieur est bien belle!

Kaori said...

The soft colors and arches in the windows are fab!

Clueless in Boston said...

Beautiful doorway framed by two gorgeous windows. I suppose if a private school didn't have 100% the tuition-paying parents would be quite upset with the school.

JM said...

Lovely façade! Catholic churches on both our posts today. 'Great minds...' :-)))

Loree said...

Posh looking school.

BaysideLife said...

An incredible academic record--100%.
The blue fence against the red door is nice.

Magpie said...

It's a beautiful door, but I agree with others...quite the record to be proud of.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

Excellent use of vignetting to draw attention to the door. I like the soft yellow and red.

Sharon