Bienvenue à nos élèves en 8e ! 

Our French Immersion grade 8 cohort survived the first week of highschool. What a better way to celebrate than with food. Welcome to the Alpha family. Bievenue à Alpha ! 

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La classe de 2016

Félicitations to the French Immersion Class of 2016 at Ecole Alpha Secondary. Thank you to all the students, parents and teachers for all the hard work and dedication to the French Immersion Programme. You make us so proud ! Good luck and we can’t wait to see where your bilingualism takes you.

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Cultural Events for grade 10 students

Grade 10 French Immersion students from Ecole Alpha Secondary enjoyed a wonderful and highly energetic performance from H’Sao at Vancouver International Film Festival. H’Sao is a Francophone musical group originating from Chad. Following the concert, the students had lunch at French bistro Café Salade de fruits. Before returning to school, the students visited Le Centre Culture Francophone de Vancouver where they got info on various upcoming Francophone events in Vancouver such as Festival d’été de Vancouver.

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National French Public Speaking Contest

Congratulations to Ecole Alpha Secondary French Immersion student Hamish Clinton who won 2nd place at the National French Public Speaking Contest in May 2016 in Ottawa.

 

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Jane Keith, Canadian Parents for French National President, served as Master of Ceremonies for the event and congratulated participants on their accomplishments: “You join us as some of Canada’s best and brightest and are proof that young Canadians want to learn French as well as recognize the cultural and professional significance of acknowledging Canada’s two official languages.

Participants spent two nights in the Nation’s Capital, participating in several excursions to some of Ottawa’s most popular landmarks accompanied by Canadian Parents for French (CPF) staff and volunteers, including bilingual guided tours of the Canadian War Museum, Parliament Hill, as well as time for shopping at the Rideau Centre, and a French-language screening of the Ciné+ film, Les Mystères du monde invisible, at the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec.