11 years old and up

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Our French classes, tailored for teenagers

French, as an official language of Canada, has a very special position in the school system, be in core French programs, Immersion classes, and francophone programs. 

The BC ministry of Education organizes its programs and examinations around the DELF exams and is in the line with the methodology we have developed for years in Alliance Française: task-based approach, communicative skills, and specific linguistic objectives. The BC ministry of Education officially recognizes the DELF exams and allow external credits.

Online or in-person classes

Our classes are available afterschool at 4pm or on weekends. Each class is 2 hours long with a small break time after 1 hour. We offer classes in-person or online for teens. 
For online classes, we are using Zoom.us

We base our programs for French classes on the latest textbooks and methodologies, like the Adomania method, éditions Hachette FLE. It is tailored for teenagers and fosters participation and provides the student with a range of written and spoken skills to communicate in various situations. Students learn to speak, listen, interact, read and write in French. 

At the end of each session, teachers assess students and parents receive a certificate of achievement. 

Audio files, videos, and additional exercises/activities are available online: https://www.adomania.fr/
You can also view the book's extra content directly on your tablet or smartphone with the Media+ app! MEDIA+ enables you to explore the multimedia content associated to books by simply framing a page with your smartphone or tablet! The app tracks the content you open and allows you to save your favorite resources for an easy and immediate use! 

Weekly Classes Schedule


Monday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Tuesday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Wednesday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Thursday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Friday 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 11:00am
11:05am to 1:05pm
1:35pm to 3:35pm
Sunday 12:00pm to 2pm

Click here to book a course (11-18 years old) and access to the complete schedule of our current French classes. 

School Year Calendar


See our calendar section for exact dates.

Catch-up lessons


If he/she misses a class, your child can take a catch-up lesson with his/her teacher. For 2 hours of class missed, we suggest to book a 30-minute catch-up class at $25


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A1 Discovery Junior

A1 Discovery Junior Part 1

One class a week for Teens

Is your child a complete beginner? This level is for him/her.

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Greet someone.
  • Give his/her age and ask for somebody's age.
  • Give his/her name and ask for somebody's name.
  • Talk about likes and dislikes.
  • Ask a question.

Prerequisite: no prior knowledge of French whatsoever.
Textbooks: Adomania 1, units 0, 1 and 2.

A1 Discovery Junior Part 2

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about nationalities, where he/she’s from.
  • Present his/her family.
  • Talk about sports.
  • Describe someone physically.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 1 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 1, units 3 and 4.

A1 Discovery Junior Part 3

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about his/her school: timetable, subjects.
  • Give/ ask for the time.
  • Describe a person, his/her clothes.
  • Talk about purchases and price.
  • Ask for and give an explanation.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 2 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 1, units 5 and 6.

A1 Discovery Junior Part 4

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Say where he/she lives.
  • Talk about her/his everyday activities.
  • Make travelling plans (future).
  • Talk about travels.
  • Talk about the weather.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 3 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 1, units 7 and 8.

A1 Discovery Junior Part 5

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about transportation.
  • Ask for and give an itinerary.
  • Identify a place, a store in a city.
  • Talk about his/her food habits.
  • Talk about quantity.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 4 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 2, units 0, 1 and 2.

A1 Discovery Junior Part 6

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Express his/her feelings and health.
  • Talk about past events (1).
  • Describe someone’s personality.
  • Ask for help.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 5 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 2, units 3 and 4.

A2 Intermediate Junior

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 1

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about past events (2).
  • Describe the timeline of past events.
  • Understand what she/he can or cannot do (1).
  • Talk about environment.

Prerequisite: A1 Part 6  or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 2, units 5 and 6.

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 2

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about comparison and similarities (1).
  • Identify and describe an object and its use (1).
  • Talk about future events (2).

Prerequisite: A2 Part 1 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 2, units 7 and 8.

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 3

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Talk about the past, memories (3).
  • Present her/his hobbies.
  • Express cause and consequence (1)
  • Compare past and present.
  • Identify and describe an object and its use (2).

Prerequisite: A2 Part 2 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 3, units 0, 1 and 2.

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 4

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Write an email to a friend.
  • Tell a story using past tenses (4).
  • Describe and protect traditions.
  • Give and nuance his/her opinion.

Prerequisite: A2 Part 3 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 3, units 3 and 4.

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 5

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Express criticism.
  • Express hypothesis (1).
  • Talk about future events (3).
  • Order food in a restaurant.
  • Talk about comparison (2).

Prerequisite: A2 Part 4 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 3, units 5 and 6.

A2 Intermediate Junior Part 6

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Ask for and give advice.
  • Tell what she/he must or cannot do (2).
  • Express possession.
  • Talk about comparison and superlatives (3).

Prerequisite: A2 Part 5 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 3, units 7 and 8.

B1 Independent Junior

B1 Independent Junior Part 1

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Advice and recommend (subjunctive 1).
  • Talk about causes and consequences (2).
  • Talk about change using past tenses (5).

Prerequisite: A2 Part 6 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 4, units 1 and 2.

B1 Independent Junior Part 11

One class a week for Teens

From B1 Part 9, Part 10, Part 11, Part 12 (4 courses).

Students will be able to understand and take part in a conversation about various subjects such as justice and culture. They will be able to express wishes, criticism and make/answer an invitation. They will write a resume, make hypothesis, debate and give their complex opinion.

Prerequisite before entering Part 9 of B1 level: B1 Part 8 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Generation B1, units 5 to 8.

B1 Independent Junior Part 2

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Compare and express differences.
  • Talk about possibilities and hypothesis (2).
  • Locate in the past and express anteriority (6).
  • Tell what another person is saying (1).
  • Express an objective or a purpose (subjunctive 2).

Prerequisite: B1 Part 1 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 4, units 3 and 4.

B1 Independent Junior Part 3

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Tell what another person said (2).
  • Debate (agree and disagree)
  • Discuss about historical events.
  • Express opposition and concession.

Prerequisite: B1 Part 2 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 4, units 5 and 6.

B1 Independent Junior Part 4

One class a week for Teens

In this class, students will learn how to:

  • Express a wish, a doubt, a feeling, a fear (subjunctive 3).
  • Discuss about course guidance and future projects.
  • Talk about a book or a movie.
  • Express possibility and impossibility.

Prerequisite: B1 Part 3 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Adomania 4, units 7 and 8.

B1 Independent Junior Part 6

One class a week for Teens

From B1 Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 (4 courses).

Students will be able to understand a conversation encountered at school or at home, give an advice and express feelings (positive and negative). They will also talk about various subjects such as the media and the environment. They will use complex future and past tenses. Students will make hypothesis, debate and give their opinion. They will also be able to interact with others and to discuss their future projects.

Prerequisite before entering Part 5 of B1 level: B1 Part 4 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Generation B1, units 1 to 4.

B1 Independent Junior Part 7

One class a week for Teens

From B1 Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8 (4 courses).

Students will be able to understand a conversation encountered at school or at home, give an advice and express feelings (positive and negative). They will also talk about various subjects such as the media and the environment. They will use complex future and past tenses. Students will make hypothesis, debate and give their opinion. They will also be able to interact with others and to discuss their future projects.

Prerequisite before entering Part 5 of B1 level: B1 Part 4 or Placement test.
Textbooks: Generation B1, units 1 to 4.
B2 Advanced Junior

B2 Advanced Junior Part 1

One class a week for Teens

From B2 Part 1 to B2 Part 8 (8 courses).

In these classes, students will be able to communicate spontaneously so that a native speaker can understand easily. They will read and talk about French literature. They will also be able to sum up a complex document and talk about topics such as free speech, science, the economy, the internet and philosophy. They will write argumentative essays to give their opinion on those subjects using complex past and future tenses. Students will learn about French culture and they will be able to debate on any subject. It is the foreign students’ required level of language to enter French universities.


Prerequisite to enter Part 1 of the B2 level: B1 Part 12 or Placement test. Textbook: Generation B2.

B2 Advanced Junior Part 5

One class a week for Teens

From B2 Part 1 to B2 Part 8 (8 courses).

In these classes, students will be able to communicate spontaneously so that a native speaker can understand easily. They will read and talk about French literature. They will also be able to sum up a complex document and talk about topics such as free speech, science, the economy, the internet and philosophy. They will write argumentative essays to give their opinion on those subjects using complex past and future tenses. Students will learn about French culture and they will be able to debate on any subject. It is the foreign students’ required level of language to enter French universities.


Prerequisite to enter Part 1 of the B2 level: B1 Part 12 or Placement test. Textbook: Generation B2.

From only $14.90/hour. All prices are subject to change without notice. Books and registration fees are not included in the tuition fee. New students: a placement test is required for non-beginners. Please call us to book an appointment. To cover one book, you will need to take classes during 4 standard sessions. Your level may not be available on each day.

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