Our boarding school opened to students in 1972. In response to a need to provide young people with public works skills, the professional sectors and education authorities created a specific high school – the only one in the northern half of France.

 

It was the starting point for continuous improvement and adjustment to the world of work. In 2000, to provide high-quality, modernized facilities for students and staff, the school was completely rebuilt. In 2005, craft apprenticeship sections were created.

 

And in 2013, our school became the only French “Campus des Métiers” specialised in public works and civil engineering. This label is the official acknowledgement by professional sectors of the academic and practical expertise of our trade school.