Registration for the 2022-2023 year at PS321 (Park Slope) is now open.

2022-2023 year will begin on Monday, September 19th, 2022 to Friday, June 23rd, 2023. 
As spots are limited, registration is on a first come first served basis.
 If you have any question about the program, please contact Jennifer at 

 Classes are held on Fridays from 3 to 5pm at PS 321 – $1,280/year (payment by PayPal, Venmo, Credit card, & installment by PayPal)

FULL – French for Native Speakers – K to 2nd grade – Fridays  (click here) 

French for Native Speakers – 3rd to 5th grade – Fridays  (click here) 

FULL – French as second language – K to 2nd grade – Fridays (click here)

To register, please  click here.



EFNY continues to offer a virtual program for the 2022-2023 school year. If you are interested, please  (click here)

Classes Description:

French for Native Speakers (from Kindergarten to 5th grade)

Petits Francophones Kindergarten & 1st grade – This class is open to bilingual students. In this class, all activities are conducted in French. It aims to develop a rich verbal language, organized and understandable by others. The child speaks and is understood through the language. He learns to be attentive to messages addressed to him, to understand and respond appropriately. The child starts the basic acquisition of the alphabet, the sounds and will be introduced to reading and writing in French.

Moyens Francophones 2nd & 3rd grade – This class is open to truly fluent in French students who are reading and writing in French. In this class, all activities are conducted in French. The child is faced with varied and somewhat complex texts, while learning basic rules of grammar, spelling and conjugation and begins to write short texts.

Grands Francophones 4th & 5th grade – This class is open to students who are truly fluent in French, and focuses on verbal and written expression, grammar and spelling. In this class, all activities are conducted in French. The children read longer texts and consolidate their bases in grammar, spelling, conjugation and vocabulary. Emphasis is placed on written expression: namely write short varied texts (dialogue, fiction, description, portrait). Children are encouraged to read independently.

French as Second Language (from Kindergarten to 2nd grade)      
K to 2nd grade – beginners – This class is an introduction to verbal communication and is adapted to the comprehension skills of young learners. The goal is to bring the children to express simple phrases in basic social situations through various activities: stories, creative projects, songs and games.


The EFNY program follows a French-only policy in all Francophone classes, and students from these classes will have weekly assignments for efficient progressPlease help us with this by encouraging your child to follow these rules.