French Extended and Immersion

Atlas Learning Zone offers a variety of programs for students to pursue learning opportunities in French. The Extended French program, for example, allows students to immerse themselves in French language learning starting from grade 7. This program provides an opportunity for students to study language arts, social studies, and science in French for half of their school day. In high school, students take four credits in Extended French and three credits in other subjects taught in French. Upon completion of the program, students receive a Certificate of Extended French Studies at graduation.

Why Choose Atlas Learning Zone for French Tutoring?

Our French tutors have extensive knowledge in various French disciplines and can help students with topics including:







Our tutors use interactive and engaging teaching methods to help students understand French concepts and improve their communication skills. Whether your child needs help with basic French or wants to improve their fluency, we’re here to help.

French Immersion

French Immersion is another program offered by Atlas Learning Zone, starting from grade 1, which allows students to learn in French. From grades 1 to 8, French Immersion students spend 50 percent of their daily instruction time learning in French and the other half in English. Students work towards achieving French proficiency while continuing to develop their English language skills. In grades 9 to 12, students must complete 10 credits in French, including the sequence of four courses in French Immersion and a minimum of six courses in other subjects taught in French. Upon completion of the program, students receive a Certificate of French Immersion Studies at graduation.

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For students whose background is Core French, Atlas Learning Zone’s Extended French program is intended to offer an opportunity for more intensive French instruction. Students attending French Immersion may not apply. Core French is also offered to all students in grades 4 to 8, with 200 minutes of instruction time per week, allowing them to develop a basic, usable command of French. In high school, students only need one core French language credit to earn their diploma.