From the age of two, students receive French and German classes every week to stimulate their brain, creating neuronal connections that foster the learning of these two languages. The results of the stimulation are excellent. The creation of neural connections not only favors the learning of these languages, it also serves to develop brain structures at the level of the prefrontal cortex, improving learning abilities in general. Neuroscience studies conclude that multilingual people have more ease for learning than monolinguals.
From the 1st year of secondary education, our students choose to study either French or German to obtain an advanced level during compulsory secondary education and the Baccalaureate. The school methodology favors the acquisition of languages.