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Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board expands French immersion program

Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic District School Board expands French immersion program
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The two schools identified for kindergarten French immersion are St. Clare of Assisi in Lower Stoney Creek and St. Vincent de Paul on the West Mountain.

Kindergarten to Grade 8 programs already exist at St. Joseph on Locke Street South, St. Eugene on Parkdale Avenue South and Saints Peter and Paul on Fennell Avenue East.

A secondary program is also available at Cathedral High School on Wentworth Street North.

The expansion comes as kindergarten enrolment in the French immersion program has more than doubled in the past six years.
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