In front of the high schools of Clermont-Ferrand, the final year students discover the results of the BAC

In front of the high schools of Clermont-Ferrand, the final year students discover the results of the BAC
In front of the high schools of Clermont-Ferrand, the final year students discover the results of the BAC

As every year, the high schools of the Auvergne capital are displaying the results of the baccalaureate. The time is set for 2 p.m., this Monday. At the Blaise Pascal and Jeanne D’Arc high schools in Clermont-Ferrand, the future high school graduates all gathered in front of the gate, the perfect opportunity to share their doubts, their stress or their joys.

The baccalaureate results were posted a little before 2 p.m. by Blaise Pascal’s teachers. ©Félicia D/ RVA

At the Blaise Pascal high school, about twenty high school students gathered to wait for the results. Among them, Louise, 17, who waited all day with her friends. « I’m a little stressed. We don’t know and it’s scary. It’s possible that I’ve messed up everything. » says the future young graduate.

Blaise Pascal high school students in front of the results. © Félicia D/ RVA

It is at 2 p.m. that the doors of the Blaise Pascal high school open. The high school students rush to the results board, all eager to find out if their name is among the admitted ones. A long moment of stress that gradually disappears and gives way to joy.. “I got my baccalaureate with a fairly good grade, but I’m a little disappointed, because in my specialty, I thought I had succeeded. I spent two weeks revising and I got 7 whereas all year, I got 15” Louise says with tears of joy.

“We are very happy to see that high school students are looking forward to getting their baccalaureate. It is the culmination of several years of work, their efforts are finally rewarded. I think they will make the best use of it.”

Muriel Falibaron, headmaster of the Blaise Pascal school complex

At the Jeanne d’Arc high school, the atmosphere is also joyful. At 2 p.m., More than a hundred high school students gathered in the courtyard of honor in order to find out the results of the baccalaureate. As at the Blaise Pascal high school, the high school students were stressed by the results, many were afraid of not getting the baccalaureate. In particular, one high school student: ” I was afraid of not getting my BAC, but I got it with honors. I didn’t expect that (laughs) ».

Two happy high school graduates after their baccalaureate results. © Félicia D/ RVA

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