Canadian Parents for French
Cleveland offers an Early French Immersion Program. From Kindergarten to grade 2, classes are taught entirely in French. In grades 3 to 7, French instruction drops from 80%, with the remaining 20% focused on formal English Language Arts.
Canadian Parents for French (CPF)
Canadian Parents for French (CPF) is a national network of volunteers dedicated to the promotion of French-second-language learning opportunities for young Canadians. CPF plays an active role in school districts, offering bursaries, resources, support, and cultural experiences in and out of the classroom.
The CPF BC & Yukon chapter has more than 10,000 members advocating for access to quality French language education across the region and supports over 53,000 French Second Language students. CPF BC & Yukon supports all local chapters through governance, socio-cultural activities, networking, resources and advocacy.
WHAT WE DO
The local North Vancouver CPF chapter consists of parent representatives from the elementary and secondary French Immersion schools across North Vancouver. Across the North Shore, your Vancouver CPF Chapter brings in a number of events: Movie nights, French Film FestivalS, and Grade 12 Leaving Ceremonies to name a few.
- Scholarships and awards
- Concours D’Art Oratoire – public speaking
- French Camps and Exchanges
- Community Events
- French Film Festival
- Grade 12 leaving ceremonies
- Resource material online and in print
- French lessons and tutoring
- BC Family French Camp
- Up to date news and information throughout the year
Become a Member
Members benefit from access to academic support, scholarships, research, camps, and more. We encourage you to get active in your child’s education, and a fun and effective part of your involvement is becoming involved in Canadian Parents for French! We’d love to have you!