The history of our school
The Lottin site, constructed in 1964, was originally a professional high school intended exclusively for female students. Notably, the school offered a Fashion Trade program until the 1990s.
The Eole site, which was originally the property of Victor Lottin de Laval, artist and archaeologist, was a technical high school. After renovations in 1989, the two sites were integrated into one polyvalent high school which was baptised Clément Ader High School.