Saturday French School

AP French Language and Culture class

Learn more about our AP French Language and Culture class

Advanced Placement (AP) is a program consisting of specialized college-level classes offered to high school students. The courses culminate in an exam at the end of the year. Students who do well on the exam can obtain college credit and/or test out of courses at some American and foreign universities.

>> Learn more about the universities recognition of the AP

The AP French Language and Culture curriculum teaches French by way of a set of themes. Students study French using speaking, listening, reading, and writing exercises and learn vocabulary and grammar via a number of creative, engaging topics and a variety of resources (TV, music, and interactive websites).

>> Learn more about the exam themes

Preparing the AP exam with EFGH

EFGH’s AP French Language and Culture class is highly demanding. Students must demonstrate college-level critical thinking skills, and on top of in-person classes (held exclusively in French), students must complete weekly homework assignments to get the most out of the class.

  • Reading, listening, and writing exercises assigned by the instructor every week
  • On line preparatory group classes every week
  • Practice tests throughout the year to familiarize students with the test content and format

Our AP French Language and Culture class is specifically designed to complement high school AP classes throughout the year, to help students earn the highest score they can and obtain college credit.

Helpful information

Prerequisites: Students must be in 10th, 11th or 12th grade and enrolled in French III.

Classes are held on site from September to May (28 class sessions).

The AP French Language and Culture exam is held in May. EFGH does not hold the exam. Any school offering AP classes will be able to assist you to register for the AP French exam.