New Alps-based French language school opened

22 June, 2014

Alpine French School has been launched in Morzine in the French Alps as a new division of language company Lost in Translation.

Alpine French School is located in Morzine in the French Alps

Located one hour from Geneva, the school offers a range of programmes including: General French, Intensive French, Business French, junior summer, DELF /DALF/TCF preparation and private lessons.

Taking advantage of the location, a range of language plus courses are also available, including skiing, snowboarding, hiking, paragliding and mountain biking. The school features four classrooms, a multimedia centre and free wi-fi throughout. Accommodation is offered in local hotels, traditional chalets, apartments or with local host families.

“Our dynamic, multicultural team combines active French classes with an amazing selection of outdoor recreation activities and strong support from the local community,” said Owner of the school, Helen Cunliffe.

“Morzine is a picturesque traditional mountain town which is also a ski resort in the winter and a summer holiday resort in the summer months offering a huge array of sports,” said Cunliffe. “It is a true Savoyard town which is kept very traditional through a strict planning regime. The vibrant and charming town offers great facilities including restaurants, cafés and wine bars, cinemas, an indoor-outdoor swimming pool complex, tennis courts, an ice-rink and too many activities to name.”

Lost In Translation was established in 2003, offering French language courses to the local expat community and English programmes to the French community, before expanding to offer French courses to international tourists.

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