Preschool through Grade 12

Adult Language Courses


Adult language courses are the perfect way to discover a new language, refine language skills, or simply better follow your children’s studies.

ISB offers a wide variety of French and English classes for adults. All classes are open to all ISB community members and any interested adult. Thematic and intensive workshops focus on:

  • Pronunciation (French and English)
  • Grammar, vocabulary and conjugation (French)
  • Comprehension: French humor, idiomatic expressions, arts and culture (French)

  • Our courses include all levels of French, from absolute beginners to very advanced, and English (advanced writing and oral). Unsure of your language level? Use our French Placement Tests Information to self-assess your skills.

    Why Study Language at ISB?

    You too can benefit from ISB's expertise in teaching languages:

  • Certified teachers with more than 10 years of experience
  • Small class sizes (4 to 10 students), custom-made to fit your needs
  • Multifaceted approach benefits your own learning style
  • Relaxed and fun environment at ISB
  • Access to ISB resources, events and its international environment
  • French Classes

    Click on brochure below for the French Class description.


    Click here for French Classes - Winter 2017.

    Click here for a description of the French workshops.

    If you are not sure of your level, please use our Placement tests information.

    English Classes

    Click on brochure below for the English Class description.


    Click here for the English Classes - Winter 2017

    Bilingual Classes

    Discussions Franco-Américaines Autour d'un Café

    This open-to-all bilingual conversation allows participants to discuss current topics, political events, cultural differences or even contemporary parenting trends. Two teachers, one American and one French, facilitate this relaxed sharing of experience, which combines both language instruction and socialization.

    Understanding Cultural Differences

    During this course, we discover together the principle differences between everyday interactions between France and the U.S. – through history, current events, and guided class discussions in both French and English, and with the help of relevant readings and visual materials.

    Registration and Payment

    Learn More

    Let us help you find the right class for you. To find out more, contact our Program Coordinator Pascal Lepesqueux.