French Immersion at Collège Stonewall Collegiate


The goal of the French Immersion Program is to develop proud, confident, engaged, plurilingual global citizens.

The French Immersion Program enables students to interact spontaneously, autonomously, and confidently in French with pride and ease. They seek opportunities to engage in the Francophone community. Their identity as Canadian citizens, competent in both French and English, creates lifelong opportunities and fosters openness to other languages and cultures.

At Collège Stonewall Collegiate, we aim to develop language fluency through authentic learning and practice, so that students may confidently use their language skills beyond high school. As such, students are required to speak French consistently in class. Our program also offers special extracurricular and cultural experiences in French to support language development outside of the classroom.

French Immersion students who continue their French studies to Grade 12 can earn a French Immersion diploma upon graduation and a DELF Language Diploma, through the DELF Centre for Manitoba School Divisions ( Graduating students are eligible for a variety of bursaries, scholarships, and grants through community and cultural organizations (ex. Canadian Parents for French, French for the Future, Conseil Jeunesse Manitoba).

Students must successfully complete Français 20S, 30S, and 40S and ensure that at least three more of their four-credit courses in Grades 10, 11, and 12 are taught in French, with at least one of these at the Grade 11 or 12 levels. Provincial graduation requirements can be found here (

To discover the benefits of French language learning, visit

Students can find additional engagement opportunities with Fédération de la Jeunesse Canadienne-Française ( and Conseil Jeunesse Manitoba (

Canadian Parents for French Manitoba (Stonewall)

Canadian Parents for French is a network of volunteers which values French as an integral part of Canada and which is dedicated to the promotion and creation of French-second-language learning opportunities for students. We recognize the support of our local CPF chapter in organizing and funding activities for our students. More information can be found at or by reaching chapter contact person, Corine Lothian at

Learning a new language opens doors to knowledge, improves communication skills and provides an advantage in the increasingly competitive workplace. – P. Prehaut, Canadian Parents for French

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Frequently Asked Questions

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The benefits of pursuing French-language post-secondary studies are plenty!

There are many academic, financial, and cultural initiatives to encourage and support French Immersion students wanting to continue their language learning at a post-secondary institution after Grade 12: 

- The Programme de bourses d'études post-secondaires en français langue seconde administered by the Association des collèges et des universités de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC) offers students bursaries of $3 000 enrolled in part-time or full-time French-language studies at participating institutions across Canada (

- French Immersion students pursuing French-language students in any Canadian French-language post-secondary institution can apply to the Manitoba French Immersion Studies Bursary for up to $2 500 or to the Bursary for studies at the Université de Saint-Boniface for up to $500 per year of study    Click here for bursary information

- Co-op placements offered in English and French at French-language post-secondary institutions increase students' possibilities to gain hands-on work experience while studying, to increase linguistic skills, and to develop networking and mentorship relationships 

- Students can study and travel abroad through academic exchanges organized with Francophone partner institutions in more than 50 countries, at no additional tuition costs. Programs offer scholarships up to $1 000 per semester and French courses taken abroad can count towards program requirements

- Some institutions provide options for French Immersion students to transition into university with reduced tuition fees, mentorship and employment opportunities, and extended supports. Check out the French Immersion Pathway at Université Laval, Québec

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Visit to find a list of French-language post-secondary institutions across Canada, explore program offerings, and admission requirements

The French Immersion department at Collège Stonewall Collegiate offers information and recruitment presentations from a variety of French-language colleges and universities throughout the year. All students are welcomed to attend.