The Lycée Privé Émile Metz is a very modern educational institution. It delivers computer-assisted learning and offers training in aeronautical mechanics and general technical training.
The Institut Emile Metz Luxembourg-Dommeldange, was renamed Lycée Technique Privé Émile Metz. It was founded in 1913 during the First World War.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Luxembourg experienced an industrial revolution. Qualified workers were employed in the steel industry. Apprentices received an academic education which went beyond traditional general schooling. This was a first time in Luxembourg‘s history.
Classrooms were specially designed for each profession. In addition to technical education, the school also comprised sports halls, a swimming pool and a library.
The private lycée quickly earned itself a good reputation for its combination of theoretical training and practical vocational exercises. The school expanded in the 1970s to be able to fully accommodate its 500 pupils,
Lycée Privé Émile Metz has changed a great deal since its creation.
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