Up until now, we were not accepting students beyond Kindergarten who did not speak French. Starting this September, students applying to Grade 1 are no longer required to speak the language to start their journey with us!
Bilingual Program for English Speakers entering First Grade
Are you interested in a bilingual education for your child who is entering First Grade but does not speak French? It’s not too late! We are introducing a new bilingual class starting in September 2018 for English-speaking students.
Come and visit us during a regular school day to experience our program in action! Learn about our dual-language program and what makes FASP so unique.
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Bilingual First Grade Class: EnRoute
Our new bilingual class, EnRoute, is a one-year program specifically designed for new students entering First Grade whose first language is not French and who have no knowledge of French prior to entering our school.
- For new students entering First Grade
- Small-group class
- Students should be fluent English speakers
- EnRoute students will be regularly evaluated in speaking, listening, writing, reading and will join their Home class when they reach the required level of oral and written fluency.
New program for students entering First Grade. Enroll Now!
STARTING IN SEPTEMBER 2018
After 17 years of experience in the field of bilingual education, we acknowledge that non-native speakers need continued, active and structured support to provide them with all the skills they need to flourish in both languages.
Our main priority is always to provide the best for your child. EnRoute Bilingual Class has been developed by our qualified team and is led by an experienced FLE (French as a Second Language) teacher.
Bilingual Class EnRoute Schedule
EnRoute students pursue their formal French instruction for Language Arts and Social Studies with their FLE teacher, and will join their Home classmates for all their English instruction and a few subjects taught in French.
Material & Technology
We will use multimedia devices to offer different
learning strategies such as :
- iPads with communication apps
- Headphones with microphone
- CD players
- Educational games