• Latin Course Descriptions
     
    2429 LATIN 1
     
    Latin I Grade Level: 9-12 Credit: 1
    Prerequisite/Notes: None
    Latin I, an introduction to the language, includes the basic communication skills: listening, writing, reading and speaking. The
    course stresses grammar and vocabulary, especially as they relate to the English language, as well as enrichment studies in
    Roman culture, history, and mythology.
     
    2430 LATIN 2
     
    Latin II Grade Level: 10-12 Credit: 1
    Prerequisite/Notes: Latin I
    Latin II continues the study of the basic language skills through a review of Latin grammar, vocabulary and composition. Ability
    to read original Latin texts is stressed, as well as the Roman influence on government, law, politics, medicine and literature.
     
    2431 LATIN 3 Q
     
    Latin III PreAP Grade Level: 11-12 Credit: 1
    Prerequisite/Notes: Latin II
    Latin III provides an emphasis on the linguistic analysis of both Latin and English vocabulary and grammar. Increased ability to
    read original Latin texts and to communicate orally and in writing receives emphasis, as well as the continued study of Roman
    culture, literature and contributions to Western civilization.
     
    2432 LATIN 2 Q
     
    Latin II PreAP Grade Level: 10-12 Credit: 1
    Prerequisite/Notes: Latin I
    Students with an outstanding academic record in Latin I may apply for enrollment in Latin II PreAP. The curriculum is accelerated,
    and test-taking skills are emphasized in preparation for Latin achievement tests and the AP Latin course sequence.
     
    2433 APLATVG
     
    AP Latin IV Grade Level: 12 Credit: 1
    Prerequisite/Notes: Latin III
    Students with an outstanding academic record in Latin III PreAP may apply for enrollment in AP Latin IV. AP Latin IV is a collegelevel
    Latin language and composition course taught to high school students. The course stresses the development of proficiency
    in the use of the language. The focus of the course is the preparation of students for the AP exam for college credit.
Last Modified on September 26, 2016