ASEICA is committed to working with Education Nationale supporting the expansion of the Anglophone program in response to the strong interest among local families for international education.
Students taking the sixième admissions test, or coming from the Trois Collines and Ecole Elémentaire Sartoux primary international sections, will be allocated to one of the four collèges according to where they live. The process is managed by Éducation Nationale and the decision is driven essentially by the question of catchment area, with children being allocated as much as possible to their local collège (collège de secteur).
After successfully completing the collège program, including the International Brevet exam, international section students from all four collèges move together into lycée at the CIV where they will prepare for the OIB.
The college completed in 2008 opened an anglophone section in September 2012. An Italian section also opened in 2004.
Most of the students at César are drawn from the area Roquefort les Pins and Le Rouret. There are currently 260 children in the anglophone section.
Niki de St Phalle was completed in 2003. Together with the collège of L'Eganaude, the section was opened in September 2004.
Most of the students at Niki de St. Phalle are drawn from Valbonne village and its immediate area. There are currently 215 children in the anglophone section.
An Anglophone section was opened in Eganaude in 2004, making it one of four collèges in the Sophia Antipolis area for which ASEICA provides teachers. An Italian section also opened in 2004.
Eganaude serves primarily the areas of Biot and Sophia-Antipolis and in recent years has welcomed pupils from Cannes, Mougins and Antibes into its international classes. There are currently 250 children in the section.