The aim of the Secondary French Immersion and Extended French programs is to develop and refine students' ability to communicate in French as well as to expand their knowledge of the language through the study of francophone literature.
By the end of the four-year program, students will participate easily in conversations and discussions; may be able to take courses at the college or university level in which French is the language of instruction; and may be able to accept employment in which French is the working language.
Schools grant a certificate in French Immersion once the student has successfully completed the sequence of four courses in French Immersion and a minimum of six courses in other subjects taught in French. A certificate in Extended French requires the completion of four French language courses and a minimum of three courses in other subjects taught in French.
To learn about how to register for Secondary French Immersion and Extended French, click here.