World Language

Today's students prepare for the tomorrow in which they will need to function in varied contexts. The constant shrinking of the globe will expand their experience beyond that of previous generations to include contacts with other languages and cultures, both in their private lives and in their work. Languages are increasingly demanded in a wide range of professions. To succeed, students will need new tools, many of which are available primarily, if not solely, through the study of other languages. 

Arizona Department of Education State Education Standards

Glendale Union High School District #205
7650 N. 43rd Avenue
Glendale, Arizona, 85301
Phone:  623-435-6097
Fax:  623-435-6078