The French language camp in Paris consists of a summer camp for 150 kids and teens who come to learn French and have a vacation with other students from 30 different countries.
These kids and teens come to us to learn French or to improve, to explore Paris, share the joy of playing or admiring the Venus de Milo for the first time.
On top of all that when they go home, they take with them friendships and contacts for life.
€1150 per week
Activities & excursions
20 morning lessons of 45 minutes per week.
Maximum class size of 15 students
On a summer campus
After French classes, sports tournaments, theater or music workshops, Île de la Cité, the Louvre, Eiffel Tower, discos on campus, trips to the movies, and a very popular day trip to Disneyland.
Our leaders are accustomed to caring relationship with teens and are on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
French classes in the morning (Standard course) have no more than 15 students per class. Teachers focus on establishing a fun environment that is conducive to developing oral skills so everyone can gain in confidence.
Intensive classes are held on two afternoons each week in small groups of no more than 8 students (with a surcharge).
Students are housed on the Saint Nicolas campus, 7 miles south of Paris, with quick and easy access to all the attractions of the capital.
The campus offers living quarters with all facilities and houses students in a closed, secure setting with classrooms, accommodation, a canteen, sports grounds, TV, etc.
A summer language camp in Paris is perfect for art-lovers.
On the program every week: A full-day excursion to Disneyland at the weekend, a full tour of Paris or of Château de Chambord as well as a rolling program of activities including sports tournaments, art classes, music or singing workshops, theater workshops, dance workshops, multimedia workshops, treasure hunts, a range of evening entertainment.
The team of leaders is on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Leaders are on-hand 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and sleep on-site with night guards beginning their shifts at 7:30 p.m.
Moreover, transfers from and to Paris airports are offered for an additional cost.
Paris needs no introduction. The French capital is one of the biggest cities in Europe with 3 million inhabitants intra-muros.
A language camp in Paris is the right choice for students wishing to have fun and spend summer experiencing the world of art, French fashion and art de vivre.
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Essentially if, in addition to speaking French, you are interested in art, urban environments and history.
Of course, the leaders are on-hand to create a positive atmosphere and organize art workshops or sports tournaments, but this language camp will also offer the rare opportunity to admire the Mona Lisa, climb the Eiffel Tower, visit the château de Chambord or relive the history of Louis XVI at the Tuilerie gardens.
Not to mention time set aside for recreation at Disneyland or Parc Astérix.
Improvements will come mainly in your spoken French and in your confidence in expressing yourself in French and in general.
Teachers will use active teaching methods. They are used to putting their group at ease and eliciting spontaneous spoken responses by putting them in real life situations.
As such, students will overcome their shyness and inhibitions and gain confidence in their ability to express themselves in French to make an argument.
Students do not have permission to go out at night without supervision and parental waivers cannot be accepted.
Light cleaning is done every day and a deep clean once a week. Bed linen is provided and changed every week but towels are not provided.
Note that students are responsible for their room and must keep it reasonably clean.
Located in a quiet, charming district, some 7 miles south of Paris, the Saint Nicolas Campus is close to the most well known tourist sites. It offers students fully-equipped living quarters in a modern building with good facilities.
The boarding house has spacious rooms with 4 beds and shared bathrooms on each floor. Sheets and towels are provided and changed every week. A laundry service is also provided.
Included in the “all-inclusive”, “without accommodation” programs and available as "course only"
12-17 year-olds are taught general French with a focus on learning the essential spoken, written and grammar competencies for each level.
Through active teaching methods developed by the Centre International d’Antibes, and short teaching sequences alternating phases of concentration and interaction, teachers hold the interest of kids and teens and engage them in written and spoken production as well as reading and listening comprehension.
In line with the levels of Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, teachers bring their students on by creating learning and classroom activities that hold the interest of young learners during the 3 hours of each morning session.
Available for an additional cost (+€170/week)
This course is aimed at students wishing to make rapid progress.
It complements the morning classes and students work on their spoken language skills. Here, in a relaxed atmosphere, the teacher seeks to establish automatic responses, helping students to reproduce and research information and assimilate language acts and structures in line with the objectives of each level.
For this, the teacher facilitates discussion and encourages everyone to contribute through starter activities to prompt oral communication, conversations, role-play and debates.