French Education in the Bay Area - EFBA



The cover of the next Charlie Hebdo has just been unveiled. 3 million copies of the special edition coming out this Wednesday will be printed and translated into 16 languages. Order it online by visiting the special facebook page created to facilitate the orders of people living in the San Francisco Bay area and wishing to receive a copy.  


Our kings' cake (galette) kit is now available to order. 

The "galette" kits are ready to be sent out so you can start baking. Don't miss out on this great French tradition and celebrate in style this January by making your very own "galette" at home. 

5 lucky kits also include a gift card for one galette (fresh out the oven) from La Boulange! 




EFBA’s Annual Fundraising Campaign

It’s that time of the year again, when we think about all the things we are thankful for. At EFBA, we are thankful for your commitment to our mission through your generous support. We are also thankful for trusting us with your children’s education.

Please join us again this year by contributing to the 2014-2015 Annual Giving Campaign. When you make a donation to EFBA, we come together as a community to further our mission of providing a bilingual education and opening minds and doors to the world.

Each year we continue to strive for 100% participation from our Parents, Friends and Board Members. All donations - regardless of the amount - are truly needed to meet the operating expenses not covered by tuition and will be received with heartfelt gratitude. 


Who we are

EFBA is a nonprofit offering high quality yet affordable French after school programs to both francophone and anglophone children. Our classes are aimed at children ages 5-18, and take place in local schools throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

More details on our mission


We have 17 school sites throughout the Bay Area for the 2014-2015 school year





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