SPCPA assists students in becoming diverse and active citizens by preparing them to communicate with people of other cultures and backgrounds. Courses challenge students to expand their worldview. Students purposefully acquire listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills as they engage in the process of learning a second language. Although not a graduation requirement of the state or school, many post-secondary institutions require a minimum of two or three years of the same language studied at the high school level.


World Languages Faculty

Tiffanee Shelton

World Languages Vision and Priority Standards



World Languages Curriculum

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