Le Châtelard seeks to cooperate with the parents in the integral formation of their daughter. Le Châtelard offers each student the practical techniques and the academic knowledge that she will need for her personal and professional future.
Oak International endeavours to ensure applicants have all necessary information regarding registration conditions and procedures.
Compliance with admission requirements in a timely fashion will help secure a place at one of the academies. Those who submit their application after the deadline cannot be assured admittance. In the case of two simultaneous admission requests, preference will be given based on academic grades.
Junior High School Program
Age: 13 to 15 years old (8th and 9th grades).
Le Châtelard academic program is designed to prepare students to take official DELF and Cambridge English test
High School Program
Age: 15 to 17 years old (10th and 11th grades)
Students acquire the mandatory knowledge and standards required by Le Cordon Bleu Paris, so as to obtain the “Home Culinary Certificate”
Savoir Vivre for moms
Aimed at mothers of our students or ladies who might be interested in experiencing Le Châtelard. Two week course
Le Cordon Bleu
Le Cordon Bleu is honored to deliver an exclusive course for Le Châtelard students covering the basic principles of traditional French cooking
School life is not just about going to class; it is also about putting into practice what students learn, and creating opportunities to develop abilities and hidden talents. During field trips and outside activities, students can also build relationships with their teachers outside of the classroom, which will eventually help them to learn better.
This 4-weeks experience leads the girls to making new friends from all over the world and being in contact with different cultures. Age 8 to 12
A chance to practice French. Enjoy sports and artistic activities while at the same time visiting Switzerland and Paris. Age 13 to 15
The last one!
Vero Canales and Luly Fernandez at Harvard taking the course « Improving schools
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