The aim of instruction in modern languages is to provide increasing competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and cultural understanding.
Director of World Language: Marie Digirolamo,
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Secretary: Amanda Vickerson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Exchange programs with schools in Germany, France, and Spain provide opportunities for students to travel, strengthen language skills, and experience the rich culture and history of other countries. Learn more
Students can choose to study French or Spanish beginning in sixth grade. Grade 6 foreign language is a semester class (20 weeks) and 7th and 8th grade students take a full year of foreign language. Eighth grade language is the Level I high school course, and at the end of the year, students take a local proficiency exam that fulfills their high school language requirement. At the end of eighth grade instruction, teachers will recommend students for Language I, II or II H in high school.