Registration is Open for Midtown & Roswell!
Alliance Française d’Atlanta is the place for kids & teens this summer! Our students laugh, play and explore through programming that keeps them active en français all year long.
Our mission is to promote the study of the French language and Francophone cultures around the world. Give your child or teen an edge in school by immersing them in French this summer. Our small classes will boost their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills at any level.
To register, please select your preferred location and Summer 2017.
INITIATION TO FRENCH:
June 19th-23rd 2017 (ages 7-12)
French I & II: July 10th-14th 2017 (middle & high school students)
French III & up: July 17th-21st 2017 (middle & high school students)
French I & II: June 19th-23rd 2017 (middle & high school students)
French III & up: July 10th-14th 2017 (middle & high school students)
Midtown & Roswell Summer Camps are 9:30am-4:30pm with options for early drop-off or late pick-up.
$350 (before May 1st 2017), $375 (after May 1st 2017)
For questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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