Registration for the fall semester is now open!

Online sessions only.

$35 per session
Your 10th session is free!

French language sessions for you and your little one!

To protect the health and safety of attendees during the COVID-19 pandemic, LILA Mini Club classes have moved online. Sign up now!

Join LILA Mini Club today and set your child on a path to bilingualism!


Online sessions every week

> Tuesdays @9:30am
> Wednesdays @9:30am


Guillaume Serina

Community Outreach Coordinator

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LILA Mini Club

Formerly Mommy & Moi

Today, 66% of the world’s children are raised to speak two languages. Scientific research has shown that in addition to the global exposure an added language gives, bilingual children are better at focusing, multitasking, have increased mental flexibility and creativity, possess stronger logic skills, and perform better academically than their monolingual peers. Scientists believe that the optimal time for children to learn a second language is from birth to 3 years.

Renowned psycholinguist Frank Smith said, “One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”

Since January 2015, parents of babies and toddlers have had the opportunity to begin opening those proverbial doors for their children. The International School of Los Angeles offers a bilingual French and English program for babies between the ages of 6 and 12 months at our Los Feliz campus and toddlers between the ages of 12 and 30 months old at our Los Feliz, Pasadena, and West Valley campuses.

The LILA Mini Club program teaches French to parents and children in a warm, loving, and supportive environment. Music and playtime activities help children in their language acquisition while parents, some of them learning alongside their children, are able to participate in discussions on their children’s development.

LILA Mini Club sessions are held separately from regular classes on campus.

Laura Hugond

LILA Mini Club Instructor – Online

Laura, a native of Jonquières, located in the south of France, moved to Los Angeles 6 years ago. Since then, she has been acting as an au pair for several families throughout LA, and teaching children French. Laura is passionate about teaching children new languages at an early age, helping them develop their listening and observation skills. She is excited to work with the LILA community and help to foster bilingualism in our LILA Mini Club members.

Email Laura, LILA Mini Club Instructor

Email Guillaume Serina, Community Outreach Coordinator

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to speak/understand French to attend your classes? What about my child(ren)?
No, you do not need to speak French; LILA Mini Club is a first approach to another language and culture for both you and your child.

Can I bring my newborn along to a class with my older child?
Yes, one parent can come to class with both children. We also welcome any nannies, friends or family to help.

I have twins. Can I come alone to class with both of them?
Yes, but we suggest bringing someone along to help so that you and your children may fully benefit from the class.

I have no children enrolled at the International School of Los Angeles. Can I still take the LILA Mini Club classes?
Yes, we welcome all families to our LILA Mini Club program.

Can my nanny come instead of me?
Yes, we welcome any nannies, friends and family members to bring your child to LILA Mini Club class if you have no other choice. We want your child to benefit from socializing with other children.

My child is sick. Can I still come with him/her to class?
We want your child to feel comfortable in class. Please do not bring your child if he/she is not feeling his/her best.

How often are your toys/material cleaned?
We sanitize all toys and materials after each class.

Why are there some weeks when there is no class?
We follow the School’s academic calendar and therefore we will not have class on the weeks when there is no school.

If I purchase the 10 class combo, do I have to use the ten classes in a row?
No, you do not need to attend 10 classes in a row. However, all classes must be used before the end of the semester.