Learn French. Discover France.
Immerse yourself in a French environment in Katy, West Houston to learn the French language with an innovative immersion based approach; And discover the culture through fun cultural events and workshops for all ages and levels.
Learn French through fun classes for adults and children
Discover France through cultural events and workshops
More than 1,500 French books, games, movies, music and magazines
We will be closed from June 3rd to June 23rd. We will be back with lots of new fun French books, games and toys for everyone to enjoy at our summer camps starting June 26th.
Our regular children classes schedule will resume on August 7th.
Summer Camps 2017. Programs for 6-16 years old.
Saturday May 20th. 4.00pm – 6.00pm
Cyriaque Milhau explains simple and advanced techniques from composition to use of light, and how software technology can help add dimensions to your photos.
Learn French Differently, Efficiently
Develop a solid listening and speaking foundation first. Level up your reading and writing skills later as you become comfortable and confident with your French skills.
Our classes and programs fit in your busy schedule so you can learn French at your own pace and never worry about missing out when life gets the best of you.
Take classes in a true cultural center, surrounded by French culture, music and videos. Learn French and discover France with a mix of language programs and cultural activities.
Sujiro Seam, Consul Général de france
Bonjour & Bienvenue, The French Hub, is a French oasis for the West Houston and Katy communities.
ADULT FRENCH CLASSES
Discover a new approach to learn
Learn comfortably, speak confidently
CHILDREN FRENCH CLASSES
Make learning French a fun experience
Open doors to the world
FRENCH SCHOOL SUPPORT
Maintain and expand your French
For francophone and francophile children
Le FRENCH blog
You may be scratching your head and asking yourself why does Bonjour & Bienvenue, a fun family friendly cultural center write a blog about the French Foreign Legion? And we would not blame you. Let us clarify a couple of things first. For one, it’s French...read more