It takes about a year and approximately 120 hours of classes to cover the complete level and to finish the study of the A1 textbook.
At the end of the A1 level, you will be able to hold simple conversations, exchange some information about yourself and others, and talk about things that take place in the past and the future.
Please note that 101 classes are reserved for complete beginners: the pace of the course is slower than level 102. Level 102 is a good level to start with if you are a “false beginner” and have had some exposure to French in the past. However, please take a placement test and then do an oral evaluation with one of the directors, in order to ensure that you are in the appropriate level.
It takes about a year and approximately 135 hours of classes to cover the complete level and to finish the study of the A2 textbook.
The Intermediate Level A2 Level is divided into four classes (201 to 204), which are taught once or twice a week for a total of 3 hours per week over 10 weeks, hence totaling 30 hours.
At the end of the A2 level, you will be comfortable communicating in French on familiar matters and expressing yourself efficiently if traveling in a French-speaking country.
New students must purchase a minimum
of 12 hours of private lessons. Enroll
Only the most advanced students participate in the C1 level Grammaire-Conversation class.
Advanced students have two levels of classes to choose from: B2 or C1. In addition, specialty workshops are offered during certain sessions.
The traditional Grammaire-Conversation classes are divided into two levels. Students who have just completed the Intermediate Advanced B1 level can continue in Grammaire-Conversation B2.
Half of the class is spent on grammar review/practice and the other is strictly conversation. No textbook necessary. Topics are selected by students and teacher. In the C1 level, students can register for both grammar AND conversation or for either one.
It takes about one year and approximately 135 hours of classes to cover the complete level and to finish the B1 textbook.
The Intermediate-Advanced level (B1) is divided into five classes (301 to 305), which are taught during one session once or twice a week for a total of 3 hours a week over 10 weeks hence totaling 30 hours.
At the end of the B1 level, you will use complex sentences and understand authentic documents. You will be able to describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.
After completing the B1 level, students may participate in the Grammaire-Conversation B2 class.
Our bilingual and professionally trained instructors focus on building students’ oral communication skills, while also teaching competency in reading and writing.
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Tuition & Fees
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (Register by March 22, 2017 for Spring Session)
Tuition: Weekdays: $390 | Weekends: $405
NON EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION
Tuition: Weekdays: $415 | Weekends: $430
5-14 student group classes, 30 hrs instruction
Fees: $65 books numbered classes only
$15 first time registration
Membership fee (valid 1 year) non-member
Mon, 01/09 – Mon, 03/20
No classes: Jan 16
Mon, 04/03 – Sat, 06/17
No classes: May 27 & 29, June 13-16
Wed, 07/05 – Mon, 09/18
No classes: Sep. 2 & 4, Sep. 13-14
Mon, 10/02 – Sat, 12/16
No classes: Nov. 20-25