Sign up now for French classes this summer and fall in New Vernon and Morristown, New Jersey! The French-American Cultural Center of New Jersey (FACCONJ) is now accepting applications for the summer intensive and academic year sessions of our inaugural 2012–2013 year of French classes and cultural activities.


2012 summer intensives for grades K–12 offer rigorous, high-quality instruction in reading, writing, and grammar, including AP and IB preparation. Sessions run July 8–19 and August 19–30, Monday–Friday, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.Summer classes are located in our temporary classrooms at: Harding Township Municipal Buildings, 21 Blue Mill Road, New Vernon, NJ 07976.


The 2012–2013 academic year runs 34 weeks, September 17–June 15. Classes take place in our permanent home at: The Glen Alpin Estate, 685 Mount Kemble Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960.


Offerings include:

  • Saturday classes, 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., for both French-speaking students (grades K–7) and students learning French as a second language (grades K–12, including AP and IB preparation).
  • After-school classes begin at 4:00 p.m. and include French classes, art, cooking, choir, theater, story time, French literature (French as first and second language), chess, French history & geography (French as first and second language), French homework classes, and singing in French (for mothers & toddlers).
  • Classes and conversation groups for adults are coming soon.Call (862) 266-9716 or e-mail for information.



For more information about French classes, please call FACCONJ at (862) 266-9716 or e-mail us at


Click here for upcoming K–12 classes, registration and fee information, and the application form.


Committed to pedagogical and cultural excellence, The French-American Cultural Center of New Jersey offers a wide variety of French courses for both children and adults. Beginning in September 2012, FACCONJ will also host a wide variety of social activities and cultural events, including lectures, concerts, films, international exhibitions in partnership with French museums, and discussion groups. FACCONJ aims to enrich the area’s cultural life by establishing a vibrant cultural and language hub for the people of New Jersey.


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    CONTACT:  Brigitte St. Ouen

    Company Name:  Bleu Blanc Rouge Summer Camp for Toddlers

    Phone Number:  (212) 780.0932

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    Doing It “The French Way”:  NY Toddlers Get Frenchified at Summer Camp


    <New York, NY, March 18, 2012>  Are you jealous? …French children sit patiently at multi-course dinners at restaurants while their parents chat and eat for hours. They play happily in the park without turning to Maman for backup. They are independent, hard-working students with a strong sense of famille and national pride. This summer, NYC parents looking to give their own children a dose of that French je-ne-sais quoi need look no further than Bleu Blanc Rouge Summer Camp.


    Popular Parisian art dealer and ex-pat, Brigitte St. Ouen, follows up last year’s immensely successful French Immersion Summer Program with Season II. Again, toddlers at all levels of French – from the “my parents just think it sounds pretty” to the truly bilingual – will find a home away from home at the EINY (École Internationale de New York).


    Three-, four-, and five-year-old kids are invited to: cook, swim, play, dance ballet, make arts and crafts, and learn singing and instrumentation from a professional opera singer – all in a French-heavy environment. Learning French: Both the language AND the “way of life” is the goal.


    The multi-cultural, full-day environment is available as a full five-week “summer camp” experience, or on a weekly basis. (Each for a fraction of the price other New York City day camps charge).


    About French Summer Camp for Toddlers

    French Summer Camp is in its second year. Brigitte St. Ouen, the founder, has long served as a hub for the French ex-pat community in New York City with her popular French-in-NYC lifestyle blog, , and Post-Impressionist – Contemporary art gallery, 32 Fine Arts.

    For more information and video opportunities, please contact Brigitte St. Ouen at (212) 780.0932.

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