Welcome to Atlas Immersion Academy. Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing, and developmentally appropriate early childhood environment for the children and families we serve, all while introducing and reinforcing the acquisition of the French language through daily interaction between caregivers and children.

Our Locations

Atlas Gabriel Park

Southwest Portland

Infants through Pre-Kindergarten

French & Spanish Immersion

Infants - Age 12 Weeks Through Early Walking
Wobblers - Cruising/Early Walker Through 24 Months
Toddlers - Age 16 Months Through 24 Months
Early Pre-School - Age 24 Months Through 40 Months
Pre-School - Minimum Age 3 Years By September 1
Pre-Kindergarten - Minimum Age 4 Years By September 1

Atlas Hawthorne–Les Grands

Southeast Portland

3 years - 6 years old

French Immersion

Full French immersion. Most children 3 1/2 to 6 years old

Atlas West Linn

West Linn

Infant through Pre-Kindergarten

Spanish Immersion

Spanish immersion for infants 3 Months through to Pre-K.

Contact us for more info or to register for a tour.

Atlas Hawthorne–Les Petits

Southeast Portland

12 weeks through age 3 years

French Immersion

Bilingual English-French Infant Class
Full French immersion Toddler Program

Resources & News for Parents

Atlas Immersion Academy Recently Featured in West Linn Living Magazine

Atlas Immersion Academy Recently Featured in West Linn Living Magazine

Hi there – Atlas’ newest location has given us a great opportunity to explore and become a part of the West Linn community... Read More →
Spanish Immersion Childcare – West Linn

Spanish Immersion Childcare – West Linn

We’re open!  Drop in any time for one of our daily tours.  Meet our Director Señora Tia and our teachers Jackie and Carla... Read More →
Bonne fête Papa!

Bonne fête Papa!

Happy Father’s Day from Atlas Immersion Academy!.. Read More →


“We love Atlas. Our child loves her classmates. We love that she gets to go outside, she’s learning French, and makes strides at improving behavior. It is well run, and is committed to continually improving the school and the curriculum to keep the kids interested and entertained. They do a great job of keeping the parents informed and encourages involvement.”

– Matt Bray (dad to Daphne, age 4, and Parker and Hayden, ages 10 months)

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