• World Language Courses

    World Language study is recommended for the college-bound as well as for career-minded students for whom the knowledge of a world language is a valuable asset. World language study helps to develop respect for cultural diversity as well as confidence in basic skills of communication. World languages count as elective credit in the Standard Diploma. For the Advanced Studies Diploma, a student must take three years of one language or two years each of two different languages (2+2 option). Advanced Placement French, Advanced Placement German, Advanced Placement Latin and Advanced Placement Spanish are not offered at all schools. All classes may not be offered at all schools due to enrollment and availability.

     

    GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS IN WORLD LANGUAGE:

    Advanced Studies Diploma: student must earn 3 standard credits in one language or 2 standard credits in 2 languages (2+2).

    Standard Diploma: student must earn 2 standard credits in 1 language.

     

    English Academic Programs are broken into several categories:

    GCS GENERAL COURSE SEQUENCE
    AP AP COURSE SEQUENCE
    IB IB COURSE SEQUENCE