New summer courses and brand for PALS

12 March, 2014

Montreal-based language school PALS of Canada, has launched its first ever summer camp for junior students in 2014, and has also unveiled a new brand logo and website.

The newly unveiled PALS of Canada logo


The four-week summer camp programme will run from mid-July to mid-August and is available in both English and French for students between eight and 14 years old. The daily routine will consist of morning recreational activities and sports, three hours of language study, followed by further activities. Weekend excursions to locations such as Ottawa, Quebec City, Toronto and Niagara Falls are included.

Marina Meléndez, Director of PALS of Canada said, “Students will be staying in the Grey Nuns Residence (Concordia University campus) in downtown Montreal. They will be supervised 24/7 by professional staff trained in emergency first aid and night security in the residences.”

The school has also launched a refreshed brand and website. “We felt that our old look was too serious and heavy, and we were not quite relaying our message to the younger audiences. In order to change that, we decided to redesign ourselves,” said Meléndez.

“Our new logo is more appealing to the eye, fresher and more simple, while still remaining professional. The new website is less heavy both in colours and content, more user-friendly and more modern.”

Established in 2012, PALS of Canada offers language tuition in English, French and Spanish including general language, intensive, exam preparation and business programmes.

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