Administration

Administration

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Hélène Jager, Directrice de structure

Hélène Jager est co-fondatrice de l’École Bilingue de Haute-Savoie.Riche de 9 ans d’expérience en entreprise, dont 6 années à l’étranger, pendant lesquelles elle a occupé des fonctions marketing et commerciales.

Elle se dédie en 2009 au projet de création de l’école qui voit le jour en 2010.

Hélène est aujourd’hui chargée de la gestion quotidienne de l’établissement.

Mathilde Mondongou, Directrice pédagogique

Mathilde Mondongou est co-fondatrice de l’École Bilingue de Haute-Savoie.Professeur des écoles, elle est spécialiste de l’enseignement bilingue en milieu international avec 26 ans d’expérience d’enseignement en école française, bilingue ou internationale à son actif.

Après quelques années passées à l’Institut International de Lancy à Genève, elle décide de se consacrer pleinement à la coordination de l’enseignement à l’Ecole Bilingue de Haute-Savoie.

Nadège Caruso, Assistante de direction

Nadège Caruso est assistante de direction depuis deux ans.

Elle assure une permanence à l’accueil de l’école au “Pré de Challes” de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 16h30 le lundi, mardi, jeudi et vendredi.

Christian Jarlov

Teaching in International French schools gave Christian Jarlov the opportunity to travel around the world: USA, Africa, Asia and in the  Middle-East. In Zimbabwe, he founded with his wife the first French International school. After teaching during three years in the Middle-East, he returned to Africa, in Dakar Sénégal, to work for the Ministry of Cooperation, teaching and creating newspapers and magazines for children. Besides teaching, he collaborated for more than 15 years with a publishing company, Bayard-Press as a journalist and advisor.

In 1998, he moved to California and worked as a teacher and pedagogic Director for a French American School. Christian then spent ten years in Singapore, working for one of the most prestigious school of the French International network. He was involved in many projects, including Art and Theatre, collaborating with professional artists and musicians.

From 2010 to 2017, before moving back to Annecy, he was the director of the San Diego French-American School in a very challenging and innovative educational environment. Under his leadership, the Middle School grew in size and reputation with new and attractive programmes.

Christian is passionate about bilingual and international education, Art and communication. He enjoys offering students opportunities to discover other cultures. He is convinced that bilingual and international education promotes essential values such as open-mindedness, tolerance and respect, preparing children for a world ever more complex and global.