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Alpine French School now offers ‘Services à la Personne’ which means that you can use tax credits to get 50% off your French lessons. We are pleased to be able to offer affordable high quality French (& English) lessons for people living in the local area.
There is no paperwork to complete, no approval to obtain, nothing to send off, you just complete a line on your tax declaration to receive your tax credit.
Contact us to book your lessons or to find out how it works. We offer your first lesson for free to allow you to try with no obligation.
We have several teachers who specialise in teaching French to children of all levels and ages. We can offer help with:
Prices from 17€ per hour
15h pass 25€ per hour (after tax back)
25h pass 21€ per hour (after tax back)
30h pass 17€ per hour (after tax back)
Lessons at your home extra 5€ per lesson (Morzine, St Jean d’Aulps, Les Gets, Essert Romand, if further afield please ask us)
*First lesson free
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