The Extended French Program 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 senior high Extended French Program is offered to students entering Grade 10, who have completed the Early or Late French Immersion program in Grade 9.

Students are taught the curriculum mandated by Alberta Education and also have opportunities to participate in cultural events and extracurricular activities that enhance their understanding of the French language and culture.

Coordinating Teacher (CT)
Ms. Marielle Kitchen
Extended French at Saint Francis:
This program is a continuation of the French Immersion program started in Elementary or in Junior High school. Students will further developed their skills and knowledge in the French language by taking courses like Études sociales, French Language Arts and Mathématiques. Students who accumulate 30 credits in Extended French courses will receive a bilingual certificate from the Calgary Catholic School District at the end of their 3 years at Saint Francis. Students will also have the opportunity to experience the French culture by participating in various cultural activities and in our bi-annual trip to Europe.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 10-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 10 deals with multiple perspectives on the origins of globalization and the local, national and international impacts of globalization on lands, cultures, economies, human rights and quality of life.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 20-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 20-1 deals with the exploration of the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 30-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 30-1 deals with the exploration of the origins and complexities of ideologies and examine multiple perspectives regarding the principles of classical and modern liberalism.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 10-1 PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT (5 credits)
Prerequisite: Grade 9 FLA
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 20-1 ADVANCED PLACEMENT (5 credits)
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 30-1 (5 credits)
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 30-2 (5 credits)
Students will continue to develop skills and strategies in listening and reading comprehension, oral and written production.

Extended French Program

The Extended French Program 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 senior high Extended French Program is offered to students entering Grade 10, who have completed the Early or Late French Immersion program in Grade 9.

Students are taught the curriculum mandated by Alberta Education and also have opportunities to participate in cultural events and extracurricular activities that enhance their understanding of the French language and culture.

Coordinating Teacher (CT)
Ms. Marielle Kitchen
Extended French at Saint Francis:
This program is a continuation of the French Immersion program started in Elementary or in Junior High school. Students will further developed their skills and knowledge in the French language by taking courses like Études sociales, French Language Arts and Mathématiques. Students who accumulate 30 credits in Extended French courses will receive a bilingual certificate from the Calgary Catholic School District at the end of their 3 years at Saint Francis. Students will also have the opportunity to experience the French culture by participating in various cultural activities and in our bi-annual trip to Europe.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 10-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 10 deals with multiple perspectives on the origins of globalization and the local, national and international impacts of globalization on lands, cultures, economies, human rights and quality of life.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 20-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 20-1 deals with the exploration of the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts.

ÉTUDES SOCIALES 30-1 (5 credits)
Études Sociales 30-1 deals with the exploration of the origins and complexities of ideologies and examine multiple perspectives regarding the principles of classical and modern liberalism.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 10-1 PRE-ADVANCED PLACEMENT (5 credits)
Prerequisite: Grade 9 FLA
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 20-1 ADVANCED PLACEMENT (5 credits)
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 30-1 (5 credits)
This course emphasizes the use and development of language for active communication.

FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTS 30-2 (5 credits)
Students will continue to develop skills and strategies in listening and reading comprehension, oral and written production.