D Calgary French & International School ENRICHED ACADEMICS, MULTIUNGUALISM & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP EDUCAT10N FOR TOMORROWS WORLD FROM PRESCHOOL TO GRADE 12 omorrow's world will require today's young people to be innovative and creative global citizens. Within a curriculum that places the demands of tomorrow's world top of mind, calgary French & Internatlonal SChool (CFIS) students enjoy enriched academic courses, take part in an array of co-curricular programming, and graduate ftuent in French and English, and competent In Spanish. T CAS places a strong focus on indMdualized learning. Additionally, engaged prindpals, specialized dassroom teachers, leamlng strategists and literacy coaches create a low student-to-teacher ratio, ensuring CFIS students receive the attentlon required to thrive in all subject areas. As a result of their dynamic leamlng environment, CAS average results on Provincial Achievement Tests, Advanced Placement Tests and Diploma Examinations are well above provindal averages and In line with other top schools in the province. students are well-rounded In their achievements, transition easily into university and embody CFIS's values as leaders, critical thinkers and ethical, responsible citizens. CFIS alumni can avail themselves of an exciting range of post-secondary options, and graduates studly in diverse disciplines at French and English universities throughout canada, the United States and beyond. Strong academics together with robust language programming is the foundatlon of CFlS. The school further enhances its French immersion learning environment with a range of co-curricular options-from a Gauss mathematics club to musical theatre-taught by specialist teachers who encourage students to expand their Interests and deepen their learning. CFIS's overarching programming supports development of the whole child-Intellectually, socially, emotionally, artistically, and physically. As multilingualleamers In a United Natlons Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizatlon (UNESCO) Associated SChool, students are encouraged to lead age-appropriate advocacy and humanitarian work related to their studies both in their community and around the world. Through international connections, induding travel studies and exchange programs through Round Square In higher grades, students are taught to effectively and confidently navigate among different RSVP jor a taur or apen hause at www.calgaryfrench.com. call403-24Q-f500 or email admlsslonsth;/ls-comjor details. Rnd us an social medial wlJ JoIn us/Dr our next open house: Nov. 21, Jan. 3f (preschaal to Grade 6) Nov. 417, Jan. fB Ounlor Isenlor high) P / cultures.