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Spanish V: Spanish V is an advanced foreign language course covering skills that will further enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of Hispanic culture, geography and history and their influence on the Spanish language. (Prerequisite: Spanish IV)

Advanced Placement Spanish Language: Advanced Placement Spanish Language is intended for students who wish to develop proficiency and integrate their language skills, using authentic materials and sources. Students who enroll should already have a basic knowledge of the language and cultures of Spanish-speaking peoples and should have attained a reasonable proficiency in using the language. This course conforms to the CollegeBoardÂŽ topics for the AP Spanish Language examination. (Prerequisite: Spanish V)

French I: French I is a beginning foreign language course covering skills that enable the students to understand, read, write and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language in context and will demonstrate an understanding of French culture, geography, history and their influence on the French language.

French II: French II is a beginning foreign language course covering skills that enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of French culture, geography and history and their influence on the French language. (Prerequisite: French I)

French III: French III is an intermediate foreign language course covering skills that will further enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of French culture, geography and history and their influence on the French language. (Prerequisite: French II)

French IV: French IV is an intermediate foreign language course covering skills that will further enable students to understand, read, write, and speak the target language in a culturally acceptable manner. Students will function in the language using the grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary in context and will demonstrate an understanding of French culture, geography and history and their influence on the French language. (Prerequisite: French III)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION ALL students must earn 1 unit of Health/Personal Fitness for graduation. Three (3) units of credit in JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) may be used to satisfy the health/personal fitness requirement.

Courses in Physical Education: Health/Personal Fitness: Health explores the mental, physical and social aspects of life and how each contributes to total health and well-being. Personal Fitness is designed for students to assess their own personal fitness level and needs, learn about the role activity plays in their lives and plan a personal fitness program.

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