Summer in French for Kids
Give your child a full immersion experience of summer fun and learning! With native French-speaking and bilingual teachers, varied and engaging curriculum, and a convenient location in the heart of Back Bay, our Summer in French program is the perfect way to improve your child's skills and confidence in French, no matter their age or level. Each week focuses on a theme with a variety of special activities geared for children to increase their vocabulary and stimulate their conversation skills. Outdoor activities take place at a nearby playground and at the Boston Common.Age 3 Ages 4-5 Ages 6-8 Ages 9-12
View/print our 2019 PDF Brochure for Kids. Planning to register? Complete a registration form for each child enrolling.
Summer in French for TeensWhether your teen needs to prepare for a successful academic year or wants to discover the language and culture of over 220 million Francophones, our intensive summer immersion program will jump-start their way toward communicating effectively in French. From absolute beginners to advanced learners alike, our cutting edge curriculum uses a task-based approach to improve the pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar skills students need to gain confidence in the language and succeed academically. Our native-French speaking and bilingual teachers use fun and engaging class activities to motivate students in a positive learning environment while exploring the cultural aspects of young Francophones in the world. Ages 13-17
View/print our 2019 PDF Brochure for Teens. Planning to register? Complete a registration form for each child enrolling.
Children ages 9-12 develop their comprehension and speaking skills using a task-based approach through a variety of engaging and fun activities in this full-immersion language program.Read More
Teens learning French as a foreign language develop their language skills through engaging lessons, hands-on workshops, field trips and other fun activities in this dynamic full-immersion program with a morning language component and an afternoon cultural discovery component.Read More