For the second summer in a row, the Alliance Française de Seattle will be organizing virtual summer camps in 2021. These week-long camps will offer an immersive and creative approach to learning French. In 2021, we invite you to continue the virtual voyage throughout the French-speaking world. Let's use our imagination, our creative minds and our best French instructors to explore the globe together this summer!
What can I expect from a virtual French camp?
A mix of French lessons, exercises, and interactive games, managed via the videoconferencing app Zoom, the e-learning platform Apolearn, and daily hands-on projects to do at home. Our camps' weekly 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!
Our camp instructors are French teachers with an extensive experience in teaching youth, and who have been constantly innovating our youth programs to adapt to a new online format. We have received excellent feedback on their accomplishments, and our virtual camps were completely sold out in Summer 2020.
For best learning practices, all our virtual summer camps will be limited to 7-8 campers.
|A0 - Discovery (Complete Beginners)||For students with no knowledge of French. A great introduction to the language in a fun and interactive camp! Recommended for those thinking about joining our A1.1 beginner course in the Fall.|
|A1 - Beginners||For students enrolled in A1.1 or A1.2 (Lézards 1&2, Tortues, Teens A1) between Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.|
|A2 - Elementary||For students enrolled in A2.1 or A2.2 (Pingouins, Lézards 3, Teens A2) between Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.|
|B1 - Intermediate||For students enrolled in B1 or B2 (Orques, Narvals) between Fall 2020 and Spring 2021.|
Our placement test is mandatory for all new students, and for students returning to AFSeattle after 3+ terms,
including those interested in our A0 Discovery camps.
No enrollment can be confirmed without a placement test.
|April 6, 2021 at 8am - June 1, 2021 at 8am||$200/camp|
|Starting June 1, 2021 at 9am||$250/camp|
Memberships: Members receive 10% off any additional camp (valid per student; first camp sold at full rate). Camps must be purchased separately. New students can become members at any time. The $40 registration fee is also waived for members. If you are registering two (2) or three (3) students in the same family, please purchase the family membership.
- There must be one enrollment per student, even if siblings choose to attend from the same device.
- Our placement test is mandatory for all new students, including those interested in our A0 Discovery camps. No enrollment can be confirmed without a placement test.
Cancellation policy:A $40 cancellation fee will be charged for cancellations 7 days or less
before the start of a camp. Unenrollment after the start of a camp:
- After 1 session: remaining sessions will be refunded minus $40 cancellation fee.
- After 2 or more sessions: no refunds.
Transfers are possible upon seat availability, at no cost only if requested more than 7 days before the start of camp.If your child did not take a placement test in time and needs to transfer to a different camp 7 days or less before the start of camp:
- If seats are still available, we will proceed to the transfer with a $20 transfer fee.
- If the camp is full, we will refund the camp minus a $40 cancellation fee.
Read our complete policies here.
Please register your child under their own name.
Please include their DOB in their contact information.
Click on a course to view details, or browse the catalog at the bottom of this page.
Schedules and themes subject to change.
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 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.
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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.
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.
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
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.