Summer 2022 Session

We're now back in-person! Click here to see where our new offices are!

- Please note AFW offices are closed from August 1 to 15 -

SUMMER 2022 ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN
Toddlers - Children & Teens - Francophones - Adults

FALL 2022 ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN - EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT VALID FROM JULY 4 TO AUGUST 31
Toddlers - Children & Teens - Francophones - Adults

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For more information, call us at 914.681.8735

Online Open House - Teenagers

Date: 26 Aug 2022, 5:00pm - 5:35pm (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Expand your child's horizon thanks to French!

Do you want your child to start learning French at an earlier age, or to learn French at a higher level than what his or her school is offering? Studies have shown that the earlier the study of language begins, the easier it is for a child to reach fluency. Even better, not only learning a new language can improve problem-solving and critical thinking skills, it is also known to help children and teenagers get a much better understanding of the complex world we live in.

Join the Alliance Française of Westchester for our virtual Open House on Friday, August 26 from 5pm to 5.35pm to find out more about our programs. Have your child join you so that he or she can enjoy a fun activity and ask us anything about the French language and Francophone cultures!

This event is for children aged 12 to 17. If your child is younger than 12,
join our open house event for children.

Please RSVP so that you can receive the link to join our online event.

This event is free to attend, although please note space is limited.

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You must RSVP by 26 Aug 2022 1:30pm
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