World Languages

"Learning languages prepares students to be college and career ready and builds state and national language capacity to improve economic competitiveness and strengthen national defense strategies. Equally, it answers the growing need for the critical skills of language and cultural competencies for relationship building—a keystone for success in global business and diverse social environments." - South Carolina Standards for World Language Proficiency. Accessed October 1, 2015. ed.sc.gov

Visit the South Carolina Department of Education for World Languages standards.

Select a language below or view the World Languages - Teacher Resources page for a quick series listing.