High School World Languages

 

"The World brought to you by the World Language Educators of the Livonia Public Schools."

Welcome,

World languages is the study of languages and cultures.  Learners develop the ability to communicate interlinguistically and interculturally and gain insight into themselves and others.  They acquire knowledge of the structure and function of languages and societies.  Studying languages provides learners with access to the knowledge and skills necessary to function in a global community, marketplace, and workplace.

Note to Parents

  1. The Michigan State Board of Education expects all students, beginning with the high school graduating class of 2016, to complete two credits of a world language (same world language for two credits) other than English prior to graduation, or demonstrate a two-year equivalent proficiency.
  2. Beginning with the high school graduating class of 2016, one credit, of the high school world language requirement needed for high school graduation can be earned at the middle school.
  3. Please see the Michigan Merit Curriculum PDF files Credit/Experience Guidelines and Standards and Benchmarks (below) for additional information.

World Language Courses



Churchill High School

  1. French (levels 1-5)
  2. German (levels 1-5)
  3. Spanish (levels 1-5)
Franklin High School
  1. French (levels 1-5)
  2. German (levels 1-5)
  3. Spanish (levels 1-5)
  4. Spanish IB (International Baccalaureate)
Stevenson High School
  1. French (levels 1-5)
  2. German (levels 1-5)
  3. Spanish (levels 1-5)
  4. Japanese (Beginning Japanese & Advanced Japanese)