At Lycée Jules Verne, a rural high school in Paris larger outskirts, whose pupils are aged from 15 to 18 are streamed to attend either a general or technological high school curriculum. Both types of curricula prepare pupils to take the Baccalauréat diploma in three years, marking the end of secondary education. This school year about 800 pupils are enrolled taught by about 70 teachers. The only specificity is that of having an English European section in History and Geography (CLIL); yet project-based teaching is a usual pedagogical practice. The contact person of this projet is Laurence Altibelli, an eTwinner since 2005, an English Foreign Language teacher and IT trainer and an eTwinning Ambassador, who has already elaborated eTwinning and Comenius projects in the field of language learning with the use of ICT, is the school international coordinator, one of the ICT coordinators too and is coordinating a 2-year Erasmus+ school partnership. So her skills and her expertise concern digital skills, multilingualism and international cooperation.