French Immersion is a form of bilingual education. Students are taught the curriculum mandated by Alberta Education using French as the medium for instruction.

Early French Immersion
Early French Immersion is available for entry at the Kindergarten or Grade 1 level:

Late French Immersion
Students who have completed Grade 6 in an all-English regular program may enter a three-year Late Immersion Program in Grade 7.

Extended French
Extended French describes the continuity of the French Immersion program into high school. Students are able to take a maximum of three courses in French per year: French Language Arts, Études Sociales and Mathématiques. Students graduating from the Extended French program with a minimum of 30 credits including FLA 30, receive a certificate of completion.

The high school Extended French Program is offered to students entering Grade 10, who have completed the Early or Late French Immersion Program in Grade 9. Schools offering extended french are:

French Immersion

French Immersion is a form of bilingual education. Students are taught the curriculum mandated by Alberta Education using French as the medium for instruction.

Early French Immersion
Early French Immersion is available for entry at the Kindergarten or Grade 1 level:

Late French Immersion
Students who have completed Grade 6 in an all-English regular program may enter a three-year Late Immersion Program in Grade 7.

Extended French
Extended French describes the continuity of the French Immersion program into high school. Students are able to take a maximum of three courses in French per year: French Language Arts, Études Sociales and Mathématiques. Students graduating from the Extended French program with a minimum of 30 credits including FLA 30, receive a certificate of completion.

The high school Extended French Program is offered to students entering Grade 10, who have completed the Early or Late French Immersion Program in Grade 9. Schools offering extended french are:
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