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French Immersion Program

French Immersion Program

At East Lake School, we believe in the importance of mastering the French language from a young age. Our French immersion program for students from kindergarten to 6th grade offers an exceptional opportunity for bilingual learning and cultural discovery.

What Makes Our French Immersion Program Unique:

  1. Total Immersion: Our classes are taught in French, providing students with authentic language immersion. From literature to science, our qualified teachers guide students to French proficiency in a stimulating and nurturing environment.

  2. Francophone Culture: In addition to language learning, our students explore the richness of Francophone culture through activities, celebrations, and special projects. From gastronomy to music to history, our students gain a deep appreciation for Francophone diversity.

  3. Global Perspective: Mastering French opens doors to a world of opportunities. Our students develop linguistic and intercultural skills that prepare them for success in an increasingly interconnected global context.

  4. Personalized Teaching: We recognize that every student is unique, which is why our French immersion program offers differentiated instruction to meet individual needs. Small class sizes enable teachers to provide personalized support to each student.

We are committed to providing a quality education that prepares our students for success in a changing world. Our French immersion program combines academic excellence with cultural openness to prepare our students to become competent and well-informed global citizens.

East Lake School French Immersion Information

RVS French Immersion Programming Overview

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.