Sustainable Bilingualism

Mastering both official languages

FLE students and pupils live and learn in French, while evolving in a predominantly English-speaking environment. In addition, English is taught starting in elementary school, with the same rigour as in English-speaking schools.

Result:
Students who receive a high-school diploma from a French-language school are proficient in both Canada’s official languages. This increases their chances of being admitted to the post-secondary education or training program of their choice, as they can apply to French-language, English language or bilingual institutions.

All of our graduates develop high-level, sustainable bilingualism and a sense of belonging to the francophone community, while remaining active and involved in the greater community. This provides them with highly promising career opportunities in either official language, within the province or abroad. FLE trains its students to evolve and succeed on the world stage.

Learn more
Youth Bilingualism in Canada
The Impact of the Supreme Court of Canada on Bilingualism and Biculturalism