Choosing A French Second Language Program
All students in the Anglophone sector have the opportunity to learn French. The curriculum follows the guidelines of the New Brunswick Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Students work towards the same goals for all subjects regardless of the language of instruction.
There is no expectation that parents of students in any of the program options must be able to speak French. All program options are designed for children whose first language is not French.
New Brunswick has several education program options to support students learning French.
Grade 1 French Immersion and
Grade 6 Late French Immersion 2022-2023
This year we
will be hosting two 30-minute information sessions for parents and guardians
who have questions about the registration process. The sessions will be online
through Microsoft Teams and will take place on Thursday, April 7, 2022, and
Wednesday, April 13, 2022, from 7:00 – 7:30 pm.
If you are
unable to attend one of the information sessions, please reach out to your
At Their Best FSL Presentation 2022 (with Audio)
Everyone At Their
Best FSL Brochure 2022:
Register or Withdraw
The Online French Immersion Registration for 2022-2023 is now closed. If you wish to register or withdraw your child’s application for the Grade 1 FI or Grade 6 LFI program, please contact your local school in late August with your request.