L’Ecole Elementary summer program

6 to 11 yo

Our elementary campers enjoy the immersion into the French culture and summer fun during L’Ecole’s camps. The summer program is taught by native French teachers following the model of our school. Each week has a different theme used as the center of instructions and activities. Our campers enjoy the variety it offers. They get to explore the French language, arts, cooking, and games through different perspectives.

All campers should pack a lunch and a bottle of water.

Half Day – 8:30 to 12:30pm

Rate : $195 per week

Full Day – 8:30 to 3pm

Rate : $280 per week

After camp – 3 to 5pm

New this year! Extend your child day with the after camp.

Rate : $65 per week

June 13 to 17

Welcome summer!

Say “Au revoir” to the school year as we embrace the summer with tropical drinks and watermelon eating contests. We will play our all time summer favorite games :  cornhole, darts, water games, crab walk races, balloon fights, sand art, musical chairs…  Note: Campers must bring their own water guns.

June 20 to 24

Explore the Caribbean : La Guadeloupe

Unique opportunity to explore a French speaking country : La Guadeloupe. Discover the landscape, the food, the wildlife and holidays!   Special crafts will include making a  map of the Guadeloupe and creating a passport. Experience the food by making and tasting two local recipes : salt cod acras and pineapple cake.

June 27 to July 1

Jurassic World (Most popular)

Climb aboard your own travel machine! We will learn about the Age of the dinosaurs.What was their habitat like? What did they eat? And much more fun facts. Our little paleontologists will go on a dinosaur egg hunt, recreate fossils, and build a dinosaur replica. They might even discover new dino species!

July 5 – 8 (closed July 4th)

Adventures at Sea


As we sail the 7 seas, we will explore the lives of pirates and mermaids with songs, crafts and games. Blackbeard’s treasure is waiting for you. Follow the path of the most famous french sea explorer : Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Art will be inspired by the Cousteau underwater Reserve.

July 11 to 15

Treasure Map of France

Campers will enjoy making a map of FRANCE: drawing mountains, rivers, oceans. Learning about the flag, the Eiffel Tower and other landmark monuments of France.  Celebrate Bastille Day with us on July 14th! The French language will take you all around the world: explore Quebec, The Caribbean, West and North Africa, Europe and the Pacific Ocean Islands. Learn how to bake french crêpes.

July 18 to 22

Space the Final Frontier (Most popular)

Do you have the soul of an explorer? Have you ever wondered what space is like? Come and join the NASA team as we train and embark for an intergalactic adventure. We will make moon sand, create a spacecraft, draw aliens, build a robot and build a s’mores solar oven! 5,4,3,2,1…blast off!

July 25 to 29 


People around the world need a place to live. Get curious and note the different features and characteristics of houses near and far. As a group project, campers will create a mixed-media house on a large poster.

August 1 to 5

Creative Arts

Art  helps us use our imagination and creativity. Learn what makes you unique and how to express yourself through art. Using paint and writing, campers will learn how to build a story and create a narrative.

August 8 to 12

Little Seeds

Learn how water relates to all things alive. Explore your surroundings and catch a ladybug, chase a firefly. Observe, name and care for plants in our garden. Campers will plant and care for seeds, decorate a flower pot, build  a bird feeder and create their own plant fossils with treasures collected during their nature’s walks. Let’s get messy and play with dirt.