Bonjour NOLA Summer Camp 2019
Lycée Français is excited to host another fun year of Bonjour NOLA! We aim to provide an educational, fun-filled summer camp to bridge learning between scholastic years for children in French immersion schools. Children can look forward to exciting hands-on age appropriate activities guided by French speaking instructors and counselors. At Bonjour NOLA we believe that summer should be a time for making new friends, learning new skills, and having fun (in French!). Download our printable brochure HERE.
Pour qui / For whom?
Bonjour NOLA is geared towards children attending – or entering – a French immersion school. It serves children in Pre-K 4 (4 years old by July 1st) through 5th grade.
Quand / When?
Session 1 Theme: You, Me, We! Cultures & Communities
June 10 – 28, 2019
Session 2 Theme: Exploring the World Around Us
July 8 – 26, 2019
Camp runs Monday – Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm
Où? / Where?
5951 Patton Street
New Orleans, LA 70115
Combien ça coûte? / How much does it cost?
1 session $650/session OR 2 sessions/ $1240
Discounts: Siblings 5%; Early-Bird (by April 8, 2019):
$625 / session OR $1190 2 sessions
Non-refundable deposit: $60/session Payment in full is due by May 24, 2019
Payment in full is due by May 25, 2018
How to register? Comment s’inscrire?
Registration opens Thursday, March 1st, 2019 through May 24, 2019 at lfno.campbrainregistration.com
La garderie / Before & After Care
Before Care (7:30am-8:30am): $50/session, $6.50/drop-in
After Care (3:30pm-5:30pm): $100/session, $13/drop-in
Points forts / Highlights
- Field trips (adapted for Pre-K) to diverse locations that reinforce session themes with accompanying activities and make learning fun
- Water play days at camp
- Counselor In Training option for older campers who want to learn to lead
- Camper-led culinary activities promote collaboration & build community
- End of Camp Open House invites everyone to join the party and celebrate our campers
Rising sixth through ninth graders interested in building leadership skills as Counselors in Training (CITs) should read the position description and then fill out the CIT application. CITs who are accepted to the program receive a discount on camp tuition.
Counselors-In-Training (CITs) learn what it means to be responsible for younger students, both in the classroom and in collaborative activities. They help lead activities, assist Instructors and Counselors in classrooms and during free time, and act as role models for the students.
Older students entering tenth through twelfth grade who are interested in earning service hours by volunteering during camp should contact email@example.com.
Updated February 15, 2019.