French Institute Alliance Francaise - NYC:
Are you searching for a French summer camp in NYC for your child or teenager? Located at 22 East 60th Street between Park and Madison Avenues on New York City’s Upper Eastside, The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) provides French immersion summer programs for kids and teens ages 1-17. Taught by highly-experienced, native French-speaking teachers, our fun and creative day programs and classes are available for one-week and two-week sessions during the summer months. All-day packages, multiple-session discounts, and sibling discounts are available.Email: Contact us below ( or request a callback ).Summer French Programs in NYC:
- Summer French Camps for Toddlers (ages 1-4)
With classes meeting once a week, in this 4-week summer program our experienced teachers will introduce your child to the French language and culture through enriching and fun activities, including songs, games, arts and crafts, stories, and more. We also offer week-long Mini Summer Fun programs for ages 3-4.
- Summer Fun in French for Kids (ages 5–10)
During each two-week session, children will explore the sounds, flavors, customs, cultures, and wonders of our planet, all without leaving New York! Daily programs include arts and crafts, theater, cooking, and physical activities—all in French.
- French Immersion for Teens (ages 11–17)
Grouped by level and age, students explore Francophone cultures and learn how to communicate in French during these two-week immersion courses. These classes focus on conversation, while teaching students to write and read in French.
- French Cultural Fun & Discoveries Program
During this exciting program, our teenage students will visit museums, meet artists, cook tasty treats, and practice their spoken French. These unique experiences are an ideal way to increase teens’ knowledge of Francophone cultures, and develop their French language skills in a fun and creative environment.
- Special All-Day Program
This program for teens includes three hours of French language in the morning and three hours of cultural activities in the afternoon.