DCHS French Immersion

DCHS French Students Have Fantastique Time at Immersion Camp
Posted on 03/14/2024
DCHS French students recently took part in a French Immersion Week-end.Douglas County High School French students recently took part in the Georgia Chapter of the American Association of Teachers of French’s Immersion Week-end.

DCHS French teacher Dr. Whitney Dubrulle, who was just named French Teacher of the Year by the Foreign Language Association for Georgia (FLAG), said this year’s camp was “fantastique.”

Twenty six of the 46 students at the 37th edition of the camp were from DCHS. The students spoke only French from Friday night through Sunday morning, Dubrulle said.

Dubrulle, with the assistance of Madame Corinne Barnes, 10 additional teachers and two interns, including Rebecca Dyar from the DCHS Class of 2021, directed this year’s camp.

The following students were exemplary representatives of DCHS at the Week-end Français:

Darasimi Bankole, Hadassah Cox, Iman Hussain, Sehr Hussain, Allison Martinez, Kelsey Torres, Prisca Andoh, Janiyah Beasley, Avery Butler, Sanaa Miller, Abigail Mbayah, Kaylin Wu, Michael Sinclair, Hiba Ghaffar, Alisha Khan, George Sarr, Madeleine Martin, Amanda Ubera-Corona, Mischell Ruiz-Borrego, Katlyn Jeffries, Zuri Morales, Julien Dubrulle, Gavin Vanderweit, Mia Morris, Danielle Tabe-Ebob and Layla Redden.
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