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High School World Language Program

Program Overview

The World Language program provides world-readiness by preparing students to participate in a multilingual environment that values other cultures, with the goal of developing functional proficiency in world languages. Instruction is offered in seven modern and classical languages, along with American Sign Language. The World Language program incorporates a proficiency-based curriculum that enables students to use the world language in real life situations in an immersion setting. World Language teachers leverage the power of technology and engaging resources to meet the needs of their diverse leaders.

The World Language program strives to equip students linguistically and culturally in order to communicate in a pluralistic American society as well as abroad. Students should become proficient in a minimum of one language other than English by the end of the high school experience.

Course Offerings and Essential Curriculum Documents