Each year, the Consulate organizes one or two academic contests for New England schools, from middle school and high school (and sometimes college) to immersion schools and French schools.
These contests provide (...)
teachers, celebrates francophonie month and participate to a contest organized by the Cultural and Educational Services of the Consulate General of France in Boston for the arrival of the frigate l’Hermione (Lafayette’s ship when he sailed to America in 1780) in Boston on July 11, 2015 and the United Nation’s upcoming Climate Change Conference in Paris in December 2015. Students in French are invited to build an eco-friendly sail that illustrates the history of the Hermione and promotes environmental awareness. All New England classes of French, from middle school to high school, may enter this contest. Sail must be submitted by March 15, 2015. T
Studying comics can often be a critical part of learning the French language. Comics provide an excellent way to learn French through humor, images, and French grammar. Furthermore, comics can also help familiarize (...)
The Green Connection is an initiative of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States allowing American high school students to participate in an educational and scientific trip to France (...)