Boulder High School is proud to offer five world languages: Spanish, French, German, Latin, and Japanese. Each language class offers several levels of study including Advanced Placement (AP) classes.
Studying a world language broadens students' perspectives by introducing them to new customs, literature, art, food, music, history, and more. According to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), there are many benefits with learning a new language. See ACTFL Website for more details.
Students need at least 10 credits of a world language, level 2 or higher, for graduation. Many colleges require three years of a world language for admission, but we highly encourage students to take a world language through at least level 4. View the BHS AP Focus Program Website for details about the Advanced Placement World Language classes and the AP Achievement Recognition Cord offered at Boulder High School.
For additional information, please view the list of teachers personal website under their photo below or visit the one of the following websites. Each have links to the individual teachers' website.
- Boulder High Spanish Website
- Boulder High French Website
- Boulder High German Website
- Boulder High Latin Website
- Boulder High Japanese Website
Note that many of the world language teachers are sponsors for a language club. See details at the BHS Clubs Website.
World Language Distinction & Biliteracy
Boulder High students who have excelled in learning another language have the opportunity to be recognized at graduation with the following awards. Please see the BHS World Language Distinction & Biliteracy Website for more details.
- Distinction in World Languages
- Seal of Biliteracy Endorsement