World Language Information for the Class of 2023
Welcome to the World Language Program at TJHSST! Beginning a new world language or continuing your journey with one - TJHSST World Language has a place for you!
World Language Requirement at TJHSST
Three years of study in the same world language are needed to meet the world language requirement at TJHSST.
Our primary goal is to make your freshman year of world language learning at TJHSST as enjoyable and as enriching as possible.
Which world languages are offered at TJHSST?
TJHSST offers seven world language programs: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin, Spanish and Russian.
Class of 2023 students who wish to begin a new world language in Level 1 may choose from a rich selection: Chinese, German, Japanese, Latin, and Russian.
We are excited to meet you at the Class of 2023 Welcome Night on April 4, 2019. The world language teachers will be happy to answer all your questions about our programs.
Do I need to take a Readiness Assessment?
Maybe or maybe not.
If you have one or two credits in the same world language, and do not want to start a new world language, you may sign up for Level 2 without the need to take a Readiness Assessment.
If you have two credits in the same world language, and would like to advance to Level 3, you must take the Readiness Assessment. If you are not available to take the Readiness Assessment for Level 3, you will automatically be placed in Level 2.
If you have individual world language placement concerns, please contact us prior to the Readiness Assessment date of April 6, 2019.
Readiness Assessment date for the Class of 2023
World Language Readiness Assessments for any Level 3 course will be administered in all seven world languages on Saturday, April 6, 2019.
Please plan to attend one of the following two sessions:
- Session 1: 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
- Session 2: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Required supplies to bring with you to the readiness assessment:
- Pen and Pencil
- A cellular phone for the speaking section of the assessment
Please note: Students and families coming to campus on April 6, 2019 for the Readiness Assessment should enter our campus, turn left and park in the lot. Please enter through Door #3 and the world language teachers will meet you for the assessment.
If you have questions regarding our world language curriculum, please speak with our Division Manager, Ms. Szilvia Oszko at the Class of 2023 Welcome Night or contact her by email: firstname.lastname@example.org