Its name comes from the Latin september (of septem , seven) because it was the seventh month of old the Roman Calendrier. September is the first month of the Automne (whose equinox takes place the September 22nd).
In France, it is traditionally the first month of the school year after the annual estival vacation, but it is also the month of the second session of the examinations of end of the year and the admissions following the entrance examinations of the schools.
For many companies whose activity is related to the school calendar, this month is often that of creations and reopenings (in particular of the trade), the beginning of their financial year, and the month of the publication of their results of the previous year.
In the Catholic religion, September is dedicated to Notre-Dame of the Pains.
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