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Latin 1 students learn the basic grammar and vocabulary of Latin in a way that improves their ability to understand English, and prepares them to study other languages.

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This course is eligible for dual credit.

German 1 is an interactive multimedia course designed to engage students in mastering the basic skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. The course uses various methods to give students an authentic picture of the German-speaking culture.

Dual Credit

This course is eligible for dual credit.

Latin 2 is designed to increase reading proficiency. Vocabulary and grammatical structures, cultural and historic materials, and excerpts from original Roman authors enhance student understanding of the language and culture of the ancient Romans.

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This course is eligible for dual credit.

German 2, a new and improved course, allows students to customize learning by navigating multiple instructional segments, including dramatizations, music, interviews, film clips, and slide shows. The course is a fast-paced, fun way to learn that helps students grasp meaning quickly, and begin communicating in German with confidence.

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This course is eligible for dual credit.

Latin 3 is designed to increase vocabulary and assist students in applying the grammatical concepts learned in Latin I and Latin II. In addition, Latin III is an honors course to prepare students for Latin Literature or AP Latin.

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This course is eligible for dual credit.

German 3 continues the multimedia approach to help students maintain the language skills learned in German I and II. In this accelerated course, students will explore the topics relevant to today’s German-speaking countries while expanding their vocabulary, and reviewing and extending their language skills.

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This course is eligible for dual credit.

German 101 is an interactive multimedia course designed to engage students in mastering the basic skills of speaking, listening, writing, and reading. The course uses various methods to give students an authentic picture of the German-speaking culture.

Latin Literature is structured around the writings of Catullus and Horace. Students concentrate on the thematic and literary devices used in prose and poetry as they develop critical thinking skills necessary for reading and analyzing Latin literature.

German 102, a new and improved course, allows students to customize learning by navigating multiple instructional segments, including dramatizations, music, interviews, film clips, and slide shows.

AP® Latin is a writing intensive course. Students read authentic Latin selections from Vergil’s Aeneid, produce a literal translation of over 850 lines of poetry, and extensively analyze the text in numerous critical essays.