Are you a Francophone parent and do you have questions concerning your children’s education in French? You are not alone!

First, what is an exogamous family?

An exogamous family is a couple composed of a Francophone parent and a parent who speaks a language other than French. If this definition corresponds to your situation, this site is for you!

After browsing through this website, you will be able to:

  1. Think about the language choices available for your children’s education.
  2. Better understand the expression “right holder" and the related terminology.
  3. Find a list of early childhood Francophone resources (doctors, specialists, dentists, day care services, etc.) organized by region.

Feel free to learn more about your rights as well as the repercussions (consequences) that your linguistic choices can have on your children’s learning and success.

In addition, you can listen to accounts by parents like yourself, who have chosen to give the French language a prominent place in their children’s education.

Finally, you can consult Francophone service directories for the services offered in your region.

If you have any questions, suggestions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us!