FLAM : Francais Langue Maternelle

  • The FLAM Program,created in 2001-2002 by the International Cooperation and Development Administration General of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is aimed at the expatriate French communities.
  • Its goal is to bring support for the establishment of extracurricular activities for French-speaking children, attending American local schools. Since 2009, the program is managed by the AEFE (Agence pour l'Enseignement Français à l'Etranger).
  • The FLAM program helps maintain and reinforce French as a mother tongue and presents various aspects of the French culture, with after-school activities. For more information about the FLAM, visit: http://www.associations-flam.fr/, or click and our links to know more about the FLAM USA.
  • French classes for Francophones are taught in Folsom, Rocklin and Sacramento:

FLE: Francais Langue Etrangère

  • Learning a foreign language is very fun and enriching, but does require time to expose your child to the language. If you enroll in an EFSAC class, we are sincerely planning on having your child acquire some degree of French fluency. We want to set your child up for success in French by asking you and your child to carefully consider whether or not you can make that commitment to plan on attending class regularly for the entire school year.
  • EFSAC is teaching French to Francophones and Anglophones children from 5 to 15 years old students in local school in Rocklin, Folsom and Sacramento.
  • Les petits et grands anglophones et collèges (Grades K-2), (Grades 3-5,) (Grades 6-8): Students have no prior knowledge in French and are willing to learn a second language.
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Classes Objectives and Descriptions:

  • Lessons will be delivered entirely in French Students will learn about the francophone culture and various celebrations : . Number of students limited to 15 per class to ensure a productive learning environment. . An assistant will help the teacher if the number of children exceeds 8. . Books and materials imported from France are included in the tuition fees.

To get more information about EFSAC, please don’t hesitate to contact us at : info.efsac@gmail.com or call us at 916-740-110

iconAbout the DELF

  • The DELF (Diplôme d’Études de Langue Française) is an official diploma awarded by the French Ministry for National Education to certify foreign candidates’ competence in French.

  • DELF Prim corresponds to the first levels of the Common European Framework Reference for Languages(CEFR). While it assesses language skills using the same criteria as the adult version of DELF (Tout public),the topics covered have been specifically adapted to suit a very young age group.

  • A DELF Prim and DELF Junior diploma give children the opportunity to demonstrate their French skills, be rewarded for their efforts at school and become accustomed to obtaining a diploma from the early stages of learning French.

    2 Diplomas are available for children learning French as a Foreign Language at primary school (7 to 12 years old)

  • DELF A1
  • DELF A2..
  • check the DELF Prim overview program online
  • 4 Diplomas are available for preadolescent and adolescent candidates in secondary school (12 to 17 years old)

  • DELF A1.
  • DELF A2
  • DELF B1.. DELF B2..
  • check the DELF Junior overview program online
  • What are these certificates good for ? The DELF certificates are a way for parents to regularly evaluate the level of French language mastery of their children. It validates and recognizes their progress and could motivate the students during their early years of learning French.