Inspiring a Better World

EFGB is a non-profit organization offering high-quality and engaging education in French for francophone families in greater Boston.

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Preparing children to face and embrace tomorrow’s world

Ecole Française Greater Boston offers educational programming in French, designed to foster exploration, social-emotional development, and a desire to learn. Our goal is to help children build a truly bilingual identity and a strong early academic foundation that will seamlessly transition them from our school to the world beyond. By creating a collaborative, caring, and positive educational environment, we are committed to helping them thrive not only as students but as individuals.

Students Enrolled

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Preschool

21 Months - 5 Years Old

A fully immersive program in French to facilitate language mastery early on, while introducing students to important skills for school preparation.

Elementary School

Ages 5 - 10

Offering 1st through 5th (CP CM2), our elementary school provides academic strength, French language immersion, and continued individual exploration.

After-School

Ages 5 - 15

Designed specifically for francophone students being educated in non-French-speaking schools.

Summer Camp

Ages 3 - 9

Offering indoor and outdoor fun activities and French language practice to all Greater Boston Families.

Announcement

 

P’tits Bouts has been accredited by the French national Ministry of Education as an “école homologuée”. We are now part of a network of 350.000 students and 500 schools in the world.

We are also thrilled to announce the opening of a third campus offering both a pre- and elementary school (age 3-10) in Cambridge for the 2020/2021 school year.

Why EFGB?

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A French immersion school with a multicultural mindset

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A child-centered, personalized approach to education

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A blended approach to learning

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More than a school- a community

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Competitive tuition fees

We have just moved from Québec and the abrupt change from French to English can be shocking for a six-year-old. I wanted a place where he continues to express himself well during his transition year.

After-School Family

Watertown

We are very happy with the quality of education that our children are receiving. They are engaged in their learning, very proud of their achievements and work. The teachers are absolutely fantastic. They are clearly committed to the children and provide meaningful and fun learning activities every day. We appreciate the variety of activities the children are involved in and all the wonderful art projects.

Elementary School Family

Cambridge

I really value the caring nature of the school. The classes are small, the teachers are patient, kind and warm. My children love going to school daily.

Elementary School Family

Watertown

I strongly believe in active learning, which engages students as active participants in their learning during class. They build their own understanding and their knowledge by doing more than listening, by doing things themselves. They must discuss, be engaged in solving problems. According to me, teachers need to motivate children to learn and help them be positive and empathic. They should propose a variety of activities, surprise their students while creating a reassuring and familiar framework for them.

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