Summer Camps

Our mission is to provide fun, innovative opportunities to learn for children aged 3-10 in a supportive, creative and playful environment. Our campers from all over the world will feel at home and be fully immersed in the French language.
Making the most of our exciting new spaces for creating and making, campers will take part in a range of activities tailored to their level of development. Programs in art, sciences, music, cooking, crafts, storytelling and theater offer campers engaging ways to develop their curiosity and strengthen their French-language skills. All levels of fluency in French welcome, from beginners to native-level speakers.

Dates & Weekly Tuition

  • June 24 - June 28  - $725
  • July 1 - July 5         - $580 (closed on July 4)
  • July 8 - July 12       - $725
  • Sibling Discount: 10% off each additional child registered in ANY camp option
 

Camps Hours

Camp Hours: 9:00am-3:00pm
Early Drop Off: 8:00am-9:00am ($80 per week)
Extended Day : 3:00pm-4:00pm ($80 per week)
 
For more information about our summer camp, please, send us an email, or signup here to receive more information!

Jacques Higelin

Children often come with questions adults don't ask. Or don't ask anymore. We may or may not have the answers, but their curiosity is never satisfied.
Children will learn and discover the French language through fun activities such as games, art, cooking, sports and more. To awake and to nurture the curiosity of children is at the heart of this camp for the youngest children.

List of 6 items.

  • Language

    Children will learn the French language through games, songs and rhymes, all in French.
  • Sport

    Sports games to refine gross motor skills, master balances and develop a team spirit.
  • Art

    Development of fine motor skills and experimentation of different tools, from pencil to painting brushes through simple art projects.
  • Music

    Discovery of the different sounds through games of rhythms and sounds as well as various musical instruments.
  • Marionettes

    Use of puppets and mime games.
  • Cooking

    Stimulate curiosity for new flavors through baking simple dishes.
  • Class size: 10 à 15 campers
  • Bring your own lunch; nut-free snacks provided.
  • Young children must be potty trained at the beginning of camp.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

It is only with the heart that one can see rightly;
what is essential is invisible to the eye.
Join us for an adventurous week in a world of discovery, where a passion for learning and creating begins! The French language lies at the heart of our program, through formal instruction and immersion in a range of engaging activities.

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  • Art & crafts

    Collage, papier mâché, painting and sculpture through the discovery of major French artists
  • Cooking

    Taste discovery through baking simple dishes
  • Music

    Listening, learning and singing to French songs
  • Sciences

    Observe, explore, discover the world around through easy and fun experiments.
  • Sports

    Motor skills and coordination development through basic ball play, climbing, running and obstacle courses
  • Theater

    Acting games for body control and expression
  • Class size: 10-15 campers
  • Bring your own lunch; nut-free snacks provided.
 

Alexandra David-Néel

Curiosity is at the heart of all knowledge!
Campers explore the worlds of theater, art, media, design and music with lots of time for play.
The French language is central to all programs, through formal instruction and immersion. Specific activities allow students of all French levels to benefit from our camp that will vary each week :

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  • Arts & Crafts

    Collage, water colors, pastels inspired by French painters.
  • Theater

    Acting games and techniques (body control, self-expression and improvisation)
  • Storytelling

    Narrative, character development and beginning playwriting, with productions created in our media lab
  • Music

    Learning to sing together in a small group choir
  • Sports

    Rock climbing, classic French ball games (e.g. pétanque)
  • Class size: 10-15 campers
  • Bring your own lunch; nut-free snacks provided.
 

Molière

The bigger the obstacle, the greater it is to overcome.
Join us for an entire week on the art of theater! Each week, campers will develop acting, writing, storytelling and leadership skills through the creation and promotion of their own play in French. Camp concludes with a performance for family and friends!

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  • Drama

    Learn acting techniques, memorizing lines, diction and improvisation
  • Storytelling

    Write, record audio and develop promotional materials all in French in our media lab
  • Art & Design

    Create and build set and costumes in our maker space
  • Production

    Discover the basics of life behind the scenes in theater
  • Class size: 10-15 campers
  • Bring your own lunch; nut-free snacks provided.