Foreign Language courses consist of two or more years of the same language: Latin, American Sign Language, Chinese, Spanish, French, or any other foreign language. For more information on curriculum and classes, login to your FSP portal and view your shared documents.
A foreign language can be taken for high school credit in 7th or 8th grade.
In 11th or 12th grade, a student may take foreign language classes at Montgomery College or any other college for both high school and college credit.
Most colleges prefer at least two years minimum be taken in the same foreign language. Some colleges, but not all, accept sign language as a foreign language. Consult the colleges that your student might attend if you choose American Sign Language as a foreign language.
A student must earn either:
- 2 credits of Foreign Language or American Sign Language – OR
- 2 credits of Advanced Technology – OR
- Complete a State-approved career and technology program.