Foreign Language Classes in Bergen County, NJ

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Whether you’re looking to boost fluency with a language already spoken at home, or get a head start with an immersion program, Bergen County is home to several top-notch foreign language schools offering classes and workshops.
 
Brainstorm Tutoring Cerebritos Program (808 High Mountain Rd. Franklin Lakes, 201-847-8676)
We love Brainstorm Tutoring for their In-Home Tutoring and College Prep programs, throw in their “Cerebritos” Spanish Immersion Program for kids ages pre-K to K and that has us cheering olé! Founder and educator Scott Doty introduced the program so kids could learn Spanish through total immersion- which includes play and song so we have a feeling the kiddos are really going to love it. Three sessions a week that can be built around your kid’s active schedule and lifestyle is the recommended dose so kids can fully grasp the language.
 
 
Gainville Learning (17 Ames Avenue, Rutherford, 201-507-1800)
Gainville offers foreign language classes in Spanish, Italian, French, Mandarin Chinese and Arabic at their location in Rutherford. Offering an Immersion-based curriculum that includes interactive play, music, and enrichment activities for kids and adults in a casual setting make the learning process effective and fun.
 
The Language Workshop for Children (Christ Church Activities Room, 105 Cottage Place, Ridgewood, 800-731-0830)
Offering private lessons and Spanish and French classes for children of all ages, kids are immersed in the language with the help of native-fluent language teachers. Using a unique process that has continued to be successful for over 40 years, teachers use original music, vocabulary-building songs, language immersion, festive visual aids, and action games resulting in your child not only pick up the language but to speak with an excellent “business standard” accent.
 
 
The French American Academy (1092 Carnation Drive, New Milford, 201-338-8320)
This bilingual grade school for grades pre K- 6th has been teaching children in French speaking classrooms since 2007. But for those who want their child to learn French outside the traditional classroom format, they offer enrichment and French as a second language classes that are open to kids and adults. Through songs and fun activities, students are immersed in French for 1 ½ -2 hour classes organized by ability. Students 9 and over who become well versed in French can earn a DELF Junior diploma issued by the French Ministry to reward their hard work, Oui Oui!
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