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Classes Schedule

The Fall program starts on September 12, 2022

The Fall Program has an early bird discount registration until September 1, 2022

How can I sign up?

1- If you already have some experience with French, please take our Placement Test first by clicking on the button below.  We will get back to you within 48 hours to discuss your best class options. If you have never taken French before, your level is A1.0, True Beginner - no need to take the Placement Test.

2- Once you know your level, check the schedules for General Regular Classes, Holiday Classes, Conversation Classes and Specialty Classes below for days and times.  Please note your Class Code; you'll need it when you sign up.  

3- To sign up for a Group Class click on Class Registration button below. You will be able to pay for the class and the textbook (if needed)  online using a credit or debit card.  Alternatively, you can mail your registration form and check to Alliance Française, attn: Alliance Française de Charlotte Class Registration, PO Box 470156 Charlotte, NC 28247 or you can pay by sending money using Zelle with your bank: AF is registered with - Please mention tuition fees and the code of your class on Memo. Merci.         

4- Current membership is required from all adult students.  Click on Membership button below to sign up.

How long is the session?

1- Sessions for General Regular Classes are 10-week long for a total of 20 or 30 hours of tuition - 2 ou 3 hours per week.

2- Sessions for Conversation Classes are 10-week long for a total of 10 or 15 hours of tuition - 1 or 1.5 hour per week.

3- Sessions for Holiday Classes and Specialty Classes are 4-week long for a total of 4 or 6 hours of tuition - 1 or 1.5 hour per week.

All classes have a backup week for cancelation due inclement weather or unforeseen event from the Alliance Française or the teachers.

What do class codes mean?

General Regular classes in Alliance Française chapters around the world follow the guidelines of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL)

The CEFRL sets language competency levels as follows.   

A1 = Beginner
A2 = Elementary
B1 = Intermediary
B2 = Independent
C1 = Advanced
C2 = Proficient

Click HERE for a detailed description of the levels.

Classes change levels from session to session.  However, class days and times stay the same throughout the year and from level to level.

Within each level, you will find sub-levels.  For example, within level A1, you will find A1.0, A1.1, A1.2 etc... indicating how far along each class has gone within level A1.

If you're currently enrolled in a class, your class will resume on the same days and times in the next course.  Only the class code will change so as to reflect your group's progress.  For example, if you're currently enrolled in class A1.1, you'll be moving on to A1.2. same days, same times.

You will need en average about 90 to 100 hours to complete the A1 level,  about 90 to 100 additional hours to complete the A2 level, and additional 180 hours to complete each of the B1, B2, and C levels. You can always follow your progress using the placement test.

A new class needs a minimum of 4 students to be open. Ask us if you would like to have a class that it is not yet on the schedule.

General Regular classes - 3 sessions


CODE RA1-0-1 

SUN  1:00pm-3pm

Teacher: Falone Domle

ONLINE (20 hours)

CODE RA1-0-2

SUN 1:00pm-3:00pm

Teacher: Joel Nshisso

ON-SITE (20 hours)

CODE RA1-0-3

SAT 10:00am-12:00pm

Teacher: Yasmina Fialip

ONLINE (20 hours)



TUE/THU 10am-11:30am

Teacher:  Cindy Alary

ON-SITE (30 hours)





SAT 12:30pm-2:30pm

Teacher: Viviane Gerges

ONLINE (20 hours)





upon request



MON/WED 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Teacher: Viviane Gerges

ONLINE (30 hours)




TUE/THU 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Teacher: Corinne Bertin

ON-SITE (30 hours)




THU 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Teacher: Corinne Bertin

 (15 hours)


Conversation Classes





level A2-B1

MON 6pm-7pm

Teacher: Manu Barbe

ONLINE (10 hours)


level B1-B2

WED 6:00pm-7:00pm

Teacher: Manu Barbe

ONLINE (10 hours)


level C1-C2

upon request



Holiday Classes

July Summer Classes

Depending on the demand schedule usually based on the general classes

Only Conversation classes

HCA1 & HCA2 / HCB1 & HCB2 

~Open classes to be determined in June


August Summer Classes

Depending on the demand schedule usually based on the general classes

Class codes follow July codes 

~Open classes to be determined in July

December Holiday Classes

Depending on the demand schedule usually based on the general classes

Only Conversation classes

HCA1 & HCA2 / HCB1 & HCB2 

~Open classes to be determined in October

New class could be open upon request with a minimum of 3 students. Contact us.

Summer conversation classes could be joined at any time at prorata rate. Contact us.


Specialty Classes

No specialty class programmed