French 6 Honors

This is a topics-based course for advanced speakers of French who have finished French V Honors. The course is especially designed for those students who

Enquete culturelle

Students in this single-term elective will explore a specific topic of French and Francophone culture. Centered around a case-study of a specific literary, cinematic, musical,

French 4 Honors

This accelerated course emphasizes oral proficiency, composition, and literary and oral analysis. Students will read a variety of genres from the Francophone world. This class

French 4

This course is for students who would like to pursue the study of French at a more advanced level. Students examine grammar more deeply through

French 5

This is a literature seminar that continues to emphasize grammar and composition in order to polish students’ writing skills. Students read works by a variety

French 5 Honors

This accelerated course emphasizes oral proficiency, composition, and literary and oral analysis. Students will read a variety of genres from the Francophone world. This class

French 7 Honors

This is a topics-based course for advanced speakers of French who have finished French V Honors. The course is especially designed for those students who

French 1

In this introductory course, students learn basic French communication skills ñ while also exploring the cultures of the Francophone world. They engage in their own

French 2

This second level course focuses on increasing communicating skills, both in written and oral form, through the lens of grammatical acquisition. Students are exposed to,

French 3

The third year of language study is pivotal. Using the skills gained in the first two levels as a springboard, the students expand and deepen

French 2 Honors

This accelerated intermediate level course is for students with a high degree of aural-oral proficiency. In addition to an in-depth study of grammar, students develop

French 3 Honors

The honors track for level III continues exposure to advanced grammatical structures, which includes all tenses within the indicative and subjunctive moods, and a more