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Cours Privés Roger Anglade was one among the best private schools in Port - au - Prince, in the 60's and early 70's . Of courses Petit Séminaire & St Louis de Gonzague were in a class by themselves. On the second row, one could include schools such as College St Pierre , Centre d' études secondaires, Geoges Marc, College Classique, College Bird etc etc.. Anglade had many great professors such as Roger Gaillard (litterature française), Menant Pierre - Louis (latin), Fritz Pierre Louis (physics), Remy Zamor (histoire d' Haiti), Mr.Joachim Etienne (english) , Laurent (histoire d' Haiti), and Roger Anglade himself.etc. etc just to name a few. Roger Anglade was an excellent professor and was a graduate of the prestigious School Sorbonne. He held a Masters in Physics althought he taught chemistry . I still can remember him smoking (he was a chain smoker) on the blackboard balancing his reactions. He was a down to earth man and loved what he was doing: teaching. He had a great dream : to have a school that would compete with Seminaire & St. Louis de Gonzague. He also had a great sense of humor. I am sure that anyone who attended this wonderful school is very proud .