Summer Camps at AFSeattle



The Alliance Française de Seattle is offering Summer Camps for ages 6 to 15! Our week-long intensive courses are available for all levels of French (beginner, intermediate or advanced) and combine French language and culture with the fun of a traditional summer camp.

What can I expect?

A mix of French lessons and fun activities to practice language skills! Our camps' daily themes trigger students' curiosity, activate their need to speak, use their creativity, express their emotions, and inspire them to defend their ideas all while learning French!

From a youth development perspective, addressing a range of themes offers learners many opportunities to collaborate and express themselves. It also exposes students to new disciplines while allowing them to access and discover different aspects of Francophone cultures. Students can enjoy an authentic, action-oriented, and immersive approach.

Daily themes include Mystery & Investigation, Theater Play, Art Exhibit, Planet & Environment, Exploration & Adventure, and more!

Register below!


Please register your child under their own name.

  • Non-members pay an additional $40 registration fee; if you are a member or purchase a membership before ordering a camp, the fee will be waived.
  • Youth membership is available for $60. If you are registering two (2) or three (3) students in the same family, please purchase the family membership ($100).
  • Members who are registered in any camp will receive 10% off when they register for an additional camp.
  • Every registration includes a $40 nonrefundable deposit. This deposit will be retained in case of transfer or cancellation.
  • Detailed policies are available here.


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SCHEDULE

Early Bird until May 25:
Half day camp $300/week
Full day camp $500/week
Regular after May 26:
Half day camp $330/week
Full day camp $550/week
$40 non-refundable registration deposit (for cancellations or transfers)

A1 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 1: June 22 - 26

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

A1 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 1: June 22 - 26

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

A1 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 2: July 6 - 10

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

A1 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 2: July 6 - 10

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

A1 for Kids (age 6-10)

Full Day Camp

Week 3: July 13 - 17

9AM - 4PM

A1 for Kids (age 6-10)

Full Day Camp

Week 4: July 20 - 24

9AM - 4PM

A2 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 5: July 27 - 31

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

A2 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 5: July 27 - 31

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

A2 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 6: August 3 - 7

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

A2 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 6: August 3 - 7

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

A2 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 7: August 10 - 14

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

A2 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 7: August 10 - 14

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

B1 for Kids (age 6-10)

Week 8: August 17 - 21

Morning Camp

9AM - 12PM

B1 for Youth (age 11-15)

Week 8: August 17 - 21

Afternoon Camp

1PM - 4PM

Order a course

Your previous selection: Summer Camp

Summer camps are available for youth between 6 and 15 years old at any level: beginner, intermediate or advanced. 

The full schedule of summer camps is available on www.afseattle.org/summer-camps

Select a level

Available Courses: 6

A1 Beginner

Students will learn to understand and use familiar expressions and simple phrases in French. Topics related to their everyday life will allow students to introduce themselves and others, to describe their environment, to express their feelings and tastes.

Available Courses: 6

A2 Elementary

Students will be able to have a basic conversation in French through topics related to their everyday life and environment. While broadening their vocabulary and strengthening the use of present and future tense, students will approach the past tense and learn how to talk about personal experiences and to give their opinion.
Available Courses: 2

B1 Intermediate

Students will become independent users of French. They will be able to understand and pursue a discussion, to give their opinion and to adapt and respond to a variety of events in everyday life. All activities are conducted in French with an immersive approach.

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