Summer Immersion Classes for Teens (ages 11–18)

June 22–26 • June 29–July 2*
July 6–10 • July 13–17 • July 20–24 • July 27–July 31
August 3–7 • August 10–14

Beginner to Advanced Level
Mon–Fri, 9:30am–12:30pm and 1:30pm–4:30pm

$375 per week
10% multiple-week, 5% sibling, and $25 referral discounts available!

5% Early Bird savings through May 31
Email fiafnj@fiaf.org to request code. Cannot be combined with other promotional discounts.

Teens dive deeper into French in our one-week summer immersion classes!

Give your teen a head start in French during the summer. Under the expert guidance of native-speaking teachers, students boost their language skills while exploring French culture.

In small groups that ensure one-on-one interaction with their teachers, teens build their French speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills at all levels. Our multidisciplinary approach promotes interactions in French through role-playing everyday tasks to awaken teens’ interests and imaginations. A great way to sharpen skills for the SAT II and AP tests in a fun and entertaining setting.

Classes available for all levels from teens new to French to Advanced level. Teens who have never studied French before can enroll directly in any 101 level Beginner class. Teens who have previous exposure to French must take our placement test before registering for a class. Call 973-783-0507 or email fiafnj@fiaf.org to make an appointment.

  • Cadets (ages 11–14) — View Details

    Ages 11-14: For children enrolled in Grades 7-8 for the school year 2020-2021.

    Cadets focus on developing oral communication, including both listening comprehension and speaking skills. Teens will additionally build a solid foundation in reading and writing in French while learning strategies to become a more independent foreign language learner.

    The Cadets curriculum integrates preparation for the DELF JUNIOR exams.

    The Cadets program consists of four consecutive levels: Beginner (101-104), Advanced Beginner (201-204), Intermediate (301-304), and Advanced (401-404).

  • Juniors (ages 15–18) — View Details

    Ages 15-18: For children enrolled in Grades 9-12 for the school year 2020-2021.

    Juniors focus on developing oral communication, including both listening comprehension and speaking skills. Your child will additionally build a solid foundation in reading and writing in French and learn strategies to become a more independent foreign language learner.

    The Juniors curriculum integrates preparation for the DELF JUNIOR exams.

    The Juniors program consists of four consecutive levels: Beginner (101-104), Advanced Beginner (201-204), Intermediate (301-304), and Advanced (401-404).