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The Department of World Languages offers Spanish as a modern language. Spanish is the second most used language in the United States and in international communication. World language study is recommended by all colleges and required by many. Additionally, communication in another language is especially important considering today’s global economy and the need for competent language skills in a diverse job market.
College bound students shall plan to take a minimum of two (2) years of a world language. Those pursuing the academic Honors Diploma shall take three (3) years of one language.
NOTE: Students who fail the first semester in each level are ineligible to take second semester World Language classes. Students are not allowed to take upper level classes unless they pass the lower level classes. All world language students are charged a fee of $5.00 per semester to defray expenses for classroom projects and language laboratory materials.
Prerequisite for freshmen to take Spanish: Students must have a “C” or above in English, or must petition the World Language department for an entrance examination (the World Language aptitude test).
Click here to visit the Academic Handbook for more detailed information.