World Languages


“Students communicating enthusiastically about a variety of topics and in multiple contexts while enriching their lives and preparing for a successful future”

School Board Value:

“All APS students should be proficient in at least two languages upon graduation and should have access to world language proficiency programs regardless of school of attendance.”
(adopted as part of the FLES matrix by the Board on December 16, 2010)

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