Flexible classes, fun and exciting activities!

Use your English or French in fun and practical situations with LCI Language School Montréal activities! Activities help students recognize that English or French is not just a school subject, but also something they can use in their daily life.

Every week, students can choose from different activities planned for the week. Among the many activities are sightseeing tours around Montréal, hiking in beautiful natural settings, cultural experiences, shopping and sports games!

Monthly Activity Calendars

The monthly social calendar shows you all the activities you can join. It includes your graduation parties, games, contests, international theme nights, along with Montréal happenings like concerts, festivals, sporting events, and many others. 








What to do after school!

Foodie Paradise

The birthplace of poutine – a mix of French fries, rich gravy and creamy cheese curds, it’s no surprise that Montréal is home to a delicious and diverse mix of cuisines. In fact, Montréal technically has more restaurants per capita than New York City.



Culturally Rich

Montréal has some of the world’s most renowned festivals (think Just for Laughs and International Jazz fest) and offers a diverse mix of cultural attractions and events. Must-see stops include gothic beauty Notre-Dame Basilica, Château Ramezay and Mount Royal Park.

Get Sporty

The list of ways to move and unwind is lengthy, with options that include rollerblading, ice skating at one of many rinks, curling, basketball, tennis at one of the many courts throughout the city, golfing, taking in an NHL hockey or international soccer game.


Unique Tours

Explore the cobblestone streets of Old Montréal on a bike tour and learn all about the city’s rich history or take a jet ski tour on the Saint Lawrence River. Take a private horse-drawn sleigh ride tour or a walking craft beer tour – there are countless ways to see one of the great North American cities with a European feel.
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