The only DELF-DALF Centre north of the 60th Parallel!  Assess your language skills in French!

Obtain an international recognition!

Students must register with their teachers.  For adults, the DELF Tout Public version is offered through the Collège nordique francophone. For more information, click here:

Why do it?

  • Receive international recognition of your French language competency
  • Enhance your resumé with a lifelong diploma
  • Facilitate your entrance to University
  • Help you find employment
  • Certify your ability to use French in real-life based situations

What is the DELF?

The DELF is an official diploma awarded by the French Ministry of Education in France to certify the competency of candidates outside of France in the French language.

How are these diplomas organized?

The National Commission of the DELF provides a harmonized system based on the Council of Europe’s European standard.

The DELF scolaire comprises 4 independent diplomas corresponding to the first four levels of the Council of Europe’s Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR):

DELF scolaireCEFR User
DELF scolaire B2B2 Independent
DELF scolaire B1B1
DELF scolaire A2A2 Basic
DELF scolaire A1A1

Each examination comprises sections testing the four skills: oral production & reception and written production & reception.  To obtain a diploma, it is necessary to pass (50 points out of 100).  The examinations are structured in the same way as the adult versions, but the themes used are chosen to suit pre adolescent and adolescent candidates.

What are the conditions for sitting the examinations?

  • The teacher will decide on the level student will take
  • French Immersion students must have completed or be enrolled in FLA30
  • Core French students must have completed or be enrolled in FR30
  • YCS covers the cost of the exam
  • A $60 deposit is required (returned upon presentation of student to the exam)
  • To be successful at B2 level, students are strongly encouraged to take as many courses as possible in French

 For more information about the DELF, email

Please consult the brochure accessed through this link.