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World Languages





The Upper School world languages curriculum creates an appreciation for cultural diversity in today's global society and enhances listening and speaking skills.

High school students are required to take at least two years of a world language, although most students take at least three years. Students with a strong interest and understanding of a language may take Advanced Placement courses to earn college credit.

A fully equipped, state-of-the-art digital audio/video language lab provides students the opportunity to master conversation, pronunciation and comprehension skills.

Many students take advantage of a variety of international travel opportunities available to high school students, such as the IU Honors Program, where students can practice the language and experience the culture firsthand.