CNED Courses at the Alliance Française of New Orleans [fr]
The Alliance Française of New Orleans, with the support of The Consulate General of France, is pleased to announce the launch of a new program for 9th and 10th graders. This Fall, the AFNO will begin offering group tutoring sessions using the CNED model. CNED, or the National Center for Distance Education, is a French public institution under the oversight of the French Department of Education, dedicated to providing distance learning material.
The program will allow students to maintain their written and oral French skills and to develop the cultural references expected of French students at their grade level. The three core French subjects we will offer in the program will complement students’ regular day-time schooling and will prepare them to continue their education in the French university system if they so wish.
Tuesday, September 8th 5:30-6:30
at the Alliance Française: 1519 Jackson Ave.
RSVP to Aurelie at firstname.lastname@example.org
An informational session and registration opportunity is scheduled for parents and students on Tuesday, September 8th from 5:30-6:30pm at The Alliance Française. Mr. Raymond Hinz, Attaché de Coopération pour le Français at the Consulate General of France and National Education Inspector, will be present along with Aurelie Champvert, Executive Director of the Alliance Française, to answer any questions.
You will more information and registration forms below :
- Communiqué de presse : CNED
- (PDF - 104 kb)
- CNED Lettre d’information (français)
- (PDF - 336.9 kb)
- CNED Lettre d’information (anglais)
- (PDF - 324.2 kb)
- CNED Enrollment Form
- (PDF - 240.7 kb)