Become bilingual for life
Our students receive 14 years of elementary and secondary school instruction in an environment that is completely French. From Grade 4, students also take an English course where the academic requirements are similar to those in English classes (first language) offered in English-language schools.
As a result, students’ instruction in French and English as a first language, and their belonging to the Francophone community combined with their exposure to the majority Anglophone community in Ontario, makes it so that our students acquire language skills that are recognized at the university and college levels, and on the job market.
That’s what “high-level bilingualism” means for the Csc Providence, namely equipping each of its students so they can learn, work and live as well in French as in English.