Congratulations to the 2017 winners of the Hippocrene Prize for Education in Europe
The Grand Prize (in a sum of €10,000)

The Oust-Marest school in Oust-Marest, for its project “La tête dans les nuages”, Amiens school district


Primary school category (sum of €5,000)

Saint-Exupéry School, Le Val Saint-Père, for its project “Le Paddington tour en Europe”, Caen school district


Secondary school category (sum of €5,000)

Le Servois secondary school, La Chapelle en Serval, for its project “Les femmes, actrices de la citoyenneté européenne”, Amiens school district


Vocational high school category (sum of €5,000)

Paul Langevin vocational high school, Beaucaire, for its project “Les colombages collaboratifs”, Montpellier school district


General and technical high school category (sum of €5,000)

Charles Augustin Coulomb high school, Angouleme, for its project “La couleur entre bande dessinée et sciences”, Poitiers school district

Jury members
Michèle Guyot-Roze, Vice President of the Hippocrene Foundation,
Véronique Auger, European Editor-in-Chief of the France 3 TV channel,
Valérie Baduel, Deputy Director General of Education and Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry
Laure Coudret-Laut, Director of the Erasmus+ France / Education & Training agency
Didier Déon, Communications Officer, DREIC, Ministry of Education,
Sonia Dubourg-Lavrov, General Inspector, Ministry of Education,
Isabelle Jégouzo, Head of Representation in France of the European Commission
Catherine Lalumière, former Minister, President of the Fédération Française des Maisons de l’Europe,
Marie-France Mailhos, President of the Association européenne de l’éducation-France,
Martine Méheut, President of Citoyennes pour l’Europe, Vice-president of the Européen-France movement,
Dorothée Merville, Director of the Hippocrene Foundation.