With his three 20/20s, this high school student from Epinal received the jury’s congratulations

With his three 20/20s, this high school student from Epinal received the jury’s congratulations
With his three 20/20s, this high school student from Epinal received the jury’s congratulations

Not one, not two, but three 20/20s. In major subjects, of course. Enough to ensure, without a doubt, obtaining the baccalaureate. And even better, the congratulations of the jury, a distinction that rewards baccalaureate holders with a general average higher than 18/20.

“I worked hard for that. And I already knew that I had passed the tests, but I didn’t expect at all to receive congratulations from the jury, that was a surprise,” sums up Abdel Bouchettaoui, 18, in the courtyard of the Lapicque high school in Épinal.

In the crushing heat of the middle of the day, he is one of several dozen students who have come to find out whether or not they have won the precious prize.

A studious summer

Almost a simple step in the end for the one who will continue at the start of the school year with a preparatory class for engineering schools and a fairly logical continuation, after two 20/20 in his specialist subjects, mathematics and physics, and a third for the grand oral. Which brings him to an overall average of 18.45/20.

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But once the party time and the appropriate praise have passed, surrounded by his classmates, the summer will not be a restful one for the high school student who, while he wants to “enjoy life while he can”, will nevertheless devote his month of July to working. And this, before preparing (already) for his return to school, starting in August.

Who said that all vacations are spent with your toes fanned out?

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