Lycée Saint-Clair

Derval technological and vocational college was created in 1949; at that time it mainly trained pupils to farming practices. Today the college offers a wide range of vocational and technological qualifications. In the school, the most important training fields are agronomy and biology sciences and technologies, dairy farming, fodder crops, farm machinery on one campus and human services sector on the other campus. 550 pupils attend the school which welcomes all pupils regardless of their social background, sexual orientation, religion. Pupils with physical disabilities are also welcome to study in our school.