Le camp d'été at Ecole Bilingue De La Nouvell-Orleans - Uptown

821 General Pershing StreetNew Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: 5048964500Email: summercamp@ebnola.comWebsite: Visit Website Google Map
At EB, the fun continues after the school year with summer camp, Le camp d’été! Experience an incredible range of programs, all infused with French immersion. With a decade of day camp experience, Ecole knows exactly how to provide a safe and enriching experience for all campers. Located at the recently renovated campus in Uptown New Orleans, Le camp d’été is the perfect environment for your child to thrive this summer. Visit their website for available dates and fees, and to enroll at Le camp d’été today! 

No French background required.

Ages: 2 (*potty-trained required*) - 12 years

1 week $265/session
2 weeks $499/session

HALF DAY (Ages 2-3 Only)
1 week $209
2 week $399

About Ecole Bilingual School: 
Founded in 1998, Ecole Bilingue was created by ardent supporters of bilingual education. Founder, Julie Fabian, served as the first Director/President, as well as Board President for the first seven years. Julie was instrumental in many aspects of the school, including the creation of Fête Française. Ecole Bilingue began as l’Ecole Maternelle, a full-immersion, French preschool. The first class consisted of just 16 four-year-old New Orleans students learning about words, numbers, art and play in French. This program was the first of its kind in Louisiana.

L’Ecole Maternelle continued to grow each year and introduced its first kindergarten class in September 2002. Since then, Ecole Bilingue has added a grade each year and now offers a full elementary program and a middle school program through the 8th grade.

When the elementary school was added to the program, the name of the school was changed to its current name — Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Plans were set in motion in that same year to gain accreditation from the French Ministry of Education. This accreditation was achieved for the pre-school classes in January 2005 and for Cycle 2 (1st and 2nd grades) in June 2010. With the growth of the school, EB continued to pursue more accreditation, and in June 2012 they received accreditation for Cycle 3 (3rd through 5th grades).

Today, Ecole Bilingue is one of the finest French-immersion schools in the United States. From the first class of 16 pre-kindergarten students, Ecole Bilingue has grown to include more than 310 students ranging from two years old to the eighth grade.

The mission of Ecole Bilingue is to develop globally literate students through a rigorous bilingual French-American curriculum, set in a nurturing and multicultural community. They guide students to excel academically, foster their curiosity, and prepare them to become creative and innovative contributors to the world.

Ecole Bilingue admits qualified students of any race, color, gender, religion, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admissions policies and other school-administered programs.

Business Review

“My daughter has attended Ecole Bilingue for nearly six years and we are delighted with the school. My wife and I chose Ecole Bilingue because we wanted our daughter to grow up bilingual. We discovered that Ecole Bilingue is so much more than a bilingual school. The hand-picked teachers, small classes, and uniquely customized, rigorous French curriculum are phenomenal. My daughter is not only proficient in the French language, but is able to move easily between European and American cultures. When we were in France two years ago, most people we met assumed that our daughter was raised in France and had recently moved to the States. Beyond the education of my daughter, one of the greatest advantages of Ecole Bilingue is its close-knit community. Parents from diverse backgrounds, mother tongues, and countries of origin form deep and lasting connections. We feel that Ecole Bilingue is as much a home as a school.”