World Languages Department
WORLD LANGUAGES CURRICULUM
- Latin I (Grade 7)
- Latin II (Grade 8)
- Latin III or Modern Language I (Grade 9)
- Advanced Latin or Modern Language II (Grade 10)
- Beginning Greek or Modern Language III (Grade 11)
- Intermediate Greek or Modern Language IV (Grade 12)
The course builds upon the fundamentals of Latin grammar, but includes a review of all key concepts of English grammar, including mechanics, usage, vocabulary and basic writing skills. Students will be introduced to Roman culture and begin to translate basic texts.
A continuation of Latin I studies, emphasizing the mastery of grammatical details, such as endings/forms, passive and active voices for all tenses, and translation of intermediate texts. The course is a further exploration of the foundations of Roman culture through the reading of literary and historical documents.
Students can choose between Latin III, French I, German I or Spanish I.
Students can choose between Advanced Latin, French II, German II or Spanish II.
Students can choose between Beginning Greek, French III, German III or Spanish III.
Students can choose between Intermediate Greek, French IV, German IV or Spanish IV.
Querétaro, México Summer Program
San Juan del Rio, Queretaro, is located on Mexico’s central plateau, 31 miles south-east of the state capital Querétaro (2 hours from Mexico City). San Juan is famous for its opals. It is an agricultural center and has light industry. A number of wineries, dairies, hotels, Colonial buildings, museums, and churches are also located in the vicinity.