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Outstanding results in Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française (DELF) exams

Posted on Jun 20, 2024
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This spring, Medicine Hat Catholic French Immersion students achieved outstanding results in the Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française (DELF) exams. A total of 20 students from St. Mary's School and Monsignor McCoy High School took the A2 and B1 level exams, with 19 successfully passing the prestigious exam. The highest score among these students was an impressive 98%, followed closely by a 95%.

The Diplôme d'Études en Langue Française exam is an official certification of French-language proficiency for non-native speakers. It is administered by the French Ministry of Education and is recognized internationally. Completion of the DELF opens doors to educational, professional, and personal opportunities for students in adulthood. 

These exceptional results highlight not only the dedication and hard work of our students, but also the excellence of the teaching staff from kindergarten through Grade 12. The foundation for French Immersion success is laid in early grades and continues to be built upon each year, culminating in achievements like these in both middle school and high school.

We are proud of the continued academic success of our division's French Immersion program. Congratulations staff and students!