World Languages Department Overview

  • German Students

    The World Languages Department offers 4 languages: French, German, Latin, and Spanish.
     
    The goal of the World Languages department is to develop the reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills of students. These skills are developed to help students have efficient communication in an Interpretive, Interpersonal and Presentational modes, using the standards of communication, culture, comparison, communities and connections. The World Languages Department also promotes awareness, curiosity and respect for other countries and their people, based on the Catholic Social Teachings. 
  • 2020 German Day Results

     

    HUT AB!(Hats off) to the students who participated in German Day at Wake Forest University!

    Catholic placed 3rdBest Overall School!   With over 350 students from 13 NC competing schools, Charlotte Catholic represented well!

     

    Kudos to: 

    Ardy Stevens:1stplace Verb Bee

    Jack Dorsch:Honorable Mention Poetry Level 1

    Ethan Canon:1stPlace Poetry Level 2

    Makkenzie Beer: 2ndPlace Poetry Level 2

    Emma Blanton:2ndPlace Heritage Poetry

    Anna Oltmanns:Honorable Mention Heritage Extemporaneous Speaking

    Advanced Skit:  Honorable Mention – German 4 Honors Class

    Jamie Kalbaugh

    Jing Russell

    Andrew Templeton:   3rdPlace Culture Level 2

    Clara Lobsiger: 1stPlace Tee Shirt Design

    Tierney Petras:  Honorable Mention Photography

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  • Courses Offered:

    • French: I, II, III, Honors III, Honors IV
    • German: I, II, Honors III, Honors IV
    • Latin: I, II, Honors III, Honors IV, AP Latin
    • Spanish: I, II, III, Honors III, IV, Honors IV, AP Language and Culture, AP Literature and Culture