Communication, understanding and tolerance are essential to a civilized society. Through its programs, the World Languages Department strives to instill these qualities and to thus prepare the student to be a responsible member of the global community.
Two years of one foreign language are required for graduation from Regina Dominican. Students are offered a choice among French, Latin and Greek and Spanish. Students with previous language experience may take a proficiency test to determine in which class they will be placed. Four years of a language are recommended.
Course Offerings in World Languages
|French I||Level II|
|French II||Level II|
|Intermediate French||Level II|
|Advanced French||Level III|
|AP French IV||Level III|
|French V Honors||Level III|
LATIN AND GREEK
|Latin I||Level II|
|Latin II||Level II|
|Advanced Latin III||Level III|
|AP Latin Caesar and Vergil||Level III|
|Spanish I||Level I|
|Spanish I||Level II|
|Spanish II||Level I|
|Spanish II||Level II|
|Spanish III||Level I|
|Intermediate Spanish||Level II|
|Spanish Composition and Conversation||Level II|
|Advanced Spanish||Level III|
|AP Spanish IV||Level III|
|Spanish V Honors*||Level III|
*Spanish V (552) is the fourth-year course for students beginning in Spanish II.
For course descriptions and prerequisites, please see the Curriculum Guide in the main menu.