L&M

Address:

30 rue Champagnat

Lévis, QC G6V 2A5

 

 

School website:

www.ecgc.csdn.qc.ca

 

champagnat@csnavigateurs.qc.ca
Tel: 418-838-8500
Fax:418-838-8506

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Welcome to Langues et Multimédia!

 

LM is a program offered at Champagnat School in Lévis at the commission scolaire des Navigateurs (CSDN). Champagnat is a junior high school (sec. 1 and sec. 2) and is part of Champagnat-Guillaume-Couture (CGC) School.

 

Our enrollment for 2019-2020 at Champagnat is approximately 460 students, out of which 260 are LM students. This makes our school a middle-sized one and thus, a great place to learn because we know our students by their first name. The humane size of our school also makes it a perfect environment for the transition between primary and secondary school. 

 

Students who graduate from our school move on to pursue their studies at Pointe-Lévy, right across the street, where the continuation LM in secondary 3, 4 and 5 is offered.

 

This website has all the information you may need to know about Langues et Multimédia.

Enjoy your visit!

 

The LM team

2019-2020:

26th year and counting!

Langues et Multimedia's history began in 1993 when our school started offering an enriched English option; Option-Anglais.

 

In 1999, a computer-based approach was added to the enriched English option and Option-Anglais became Anglais-Informatique.

 

Then, in 2010, the program was also renewed by integrating multiple multimedia platforms (image and video editing, video compositing, 3D modelling, coding, etc.) and by adopting a full communicative approach. Langues et Multimedia as we know it was born, still offering enriched English with a more-enthralling-than-ever environment.

 

Since 1993, over 1500 students have graduated from our EESL programs.

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A FULL FIVE-YEAR LONG PROGRAM

Langues et Multimédia is a fully recognized five-year program at the Commission scolaire des Navigateurs, enabling its students to get free transportation, as long as they live on the school board territory.