WHEEL International ENGThe New Brunswick French International Student Program has been welcoming young people between the ages of 12 to 18 since the fall of 2010. New Brunswick is Canada's only officially bilingual province, which gives students the opportunity not only to learn French, but to also improve their English.

The participants live with a francophone host family and attend a school, where all the courses are taught in French, except for a second language course in English and other optional language courses.

CLICK HERE to download our BROCHURE (in French & English).

Program Options

  • Full year (beginning of September to the end of June)
  • One semester (beginning of September to mid-January or mid-January until the end of June)
  • 12-week stay (depending on availability)
  • 2-week French Summer Camp (details at bottom of this page.)

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The program is offered from grades 7 to 12 in 16 schools around the province and in all three francophone school districts: 


District scolaire francophone Sud (1,3,5,6,7,9,10)
District scolaire francophone du Nord-Ouest (2,12,15)
District scolaire francophone Nord-Est (4,8,11,13,14,16)

 

FOR the FEE SCHEDULE go to the REGISTER page.





Program Curriculum


Grades 7 to 8: French, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Studies, English as a Second Language, Art Education (visual arts and music), Physical Education, and Personal Development.

Grades 9 to 12: French, Mathematics, Science (biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, astronomy), Social Studies (law, geography, history, foundation documents, politics, economics and the law), Technology (general and media communications), Business Administration (accounting, co-op education, entrepreneurship, economics), English as a Second Language and International Languages (Spanish), Arts Education (music, visual arts and drama), Physical Education & Leadership, Professional & Technical Studies (forestry, computer programming and IT support, environmental technology, horticulture & landscaping, industrial design, design technology, health care, culinary arts, customer sales & service, carpentry, electronics, mechanics, metal working, auto repair, electrical repair, woodworking, metalwork, residential woodworking, welding), Personal & Social Development (nutrition, life & career planning, wellness).

For more information about the curriculum, go to the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's website.

Course Equivalency
Students from certain countries are eligible to receive course credits for one semester or for their full school year in Canada. Please contact the program director for more information about this.




2-Week Summer Camp (August 11-25, 2019)

The camp is offered to participants enrolled in our program in a French school at the beginning of September, as well as to 12-18 year olds interested in a short-term French immersion experience. 

For the PDF version CLICK on the 2019 Summer Camp Brochure below.

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