About Our Classes
Alliance Française d'Omaha currently offers French classes in the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer. From true beginner to advanced, all classes are taught by experienced teachers. What is especially important is that our students are enthusiastic about taking classes because they enjoy learning the French language.
Any student has the option of advancing to the next level if he/she feels ready to do so. Students may also repeat courses as often as desired.
If you have any questions about which class to take, please email us for assistance at email@example.com.
Note: Members of Alliance Française d’Omaha receive significant discounts on classes and events!
Once you have signed up for a class, please click the REQUIRED MATERIALS link. All the textbooks, workbooks, and other class texts can be ordered online at Amazon and other booksellers sites.
Where’s My Class? Our Classes and Workshops take place in a variety of locations. Please check your class location then click the button for directions, maps, etc.
Summer Session 2019
Our summer class session serves up a variety of short workshops or ateliers that consist of 1 to 4 meeting times. We hope these intriguing, informative, and entertaining workshops will appeal to you in the midst of your summer plans. A full roster of 8 to 10 week classes will resume in the upcoming Fall session.
Have you got an idea for a class you’d like to take at the Alliance Française d’Omaha? Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
We'd love to hear from you!
Five new workshops were just added to the this summer’s line up! Check them all out below!
Language and Cultural Workshops
France boasts over 400 varieties of cheese. The francophone world is renowned for its delightful chocolates. The the Alliance Française d'Omaha is bringing back its most popular summer class: Culture, Cheese, and Chocolate. In this four-week course, students will take turns researching -and tasting!- some of France and the francophone world's tastiest treats, while enjoying diverse aspects of a culture that has inspired the world.
WHEN Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 p.m. on four consecutive Tuesdays: August 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th
WHERE: Boys Town Center for Behavioral Health
PREREQUISITES: Open to intermediate levels (and above). Classes will be taught in French.
REQUIRED MATERIALS: While there are no required materials for this course, students must be willing to research and purchase food items to share with the group once during the session. Internet access may be necessary.
Looking to register for classes this fall?
We also have cultural workshops on several subjects that might interest you! See them on our events page!
Our Winter Classes will begin January 11, 2020
Our Spring Class Session starts March 28, 2020.