“Toulouse FC Education”. Here is the name of the new Toulouse Football Club teaching high school. According to a press release from the Departmental Council, it will be inaugurated this Wednesday, October 20 at 7 p.m., in the presence of Line Malric, vice-president of the Departmental Council in charge of Sport, but also of the mayor of Toulouse Jean-Luc Moudenc. The rector of the Toulouse Academy, Mostafa Fouar, as well as Damien Comolli, president of the TFC, and Olivier Jaubert, general manager of the club, will also participate in this inauguration.
Support from the Departmental Council
Each year, the Departmental Council financially supports the projects of the SASP (Société Anonyme Sportive Professionnelle) TFC. This year, it therefore also supported the birth of the project. In addition, with the difficulties caused by the Covid-19 epidemic, the TFC also received an exceptional grant from the community.
For Line Malric, “the Departmental Council is happy to participate in this new educational and sports project for young people passionate about football”. She “congratulates the leaders for the creation of this pioneering establishment in the region”.
“Effectively reconcile passion and education”
Located at 118 Route d’Espagne, this new private high school will offer an educational model “adapted” to each of the students. A program “ensuring both good time management and monitoring of National Education programs” will be put in place, the statement said. The aim will also be to promote “personalized supervision” and a framework conducive to “exchanges between families and teaching teams”.
At last, an internship and external formula will be offered. International students benefit from dining, relaxation, classroom and single or double rooms with bathroom, as well as “permanent supervision”.