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What do I need to graduate from the English and French Immersion programs?, If you are a student in the English or French Immersion programs and started high school in or after September 2015, you need the following to graduate from high school with a Prince Edward Island Senior High School...
Why did PEI make changes to the curriculum?, Due to the reduced learning time in the spring and the uncertainty of what the 2020-2021 school year will bring, the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning (DELL) made changes to its curricula for teaching and learning. The changes address...
If you are a Grade 10 student, or a Grade 9 student in certain schools, and want to improve your French language skills, you can apply for a six-month cultural/language exchange with a Francophone student from Québec. You will each live with your exchange family and attend high school classes for...
Am I eligible for a French oral language proficiency evaluation?, Individuals who hold a valid Prince Edward Island teaching license are eligible to request a French oral language proficiency evaluation., How do I schedule a French oral language proficiency evaluation?, At the request of the school...
You may be awarded up to $2000 to study French at a post-secondary school in Canada, including the French Education Bachelor Program at UPEI. Applications for the Heritage Canada Official Languages Study Fellowship are accepted until, mid May, ., Am I eligible to apply for Official Languages Study...
Students, Official Language Study Fellowship PEI-Québec Student Exchange Program, Teachers, Linguistic training financial assistance for PEI teachers Information (French only) Application (French only) Financial assistance for school trips (French only), Parents, PEI-Québec Student Exchange...
Grades 4 to 6, English as a Second Language Curriculum Grades 4-6