An introduction to the Spanish language gives our students a jump on fluency in the second-most spoken language in the world.  Learning a second language has shown to improve overall cognitive development, enhance performance in other classes, improve memory, increase communication skills in the first language, increase understanding of grammar in the native language, and increase openness to other cultures.




Children in grades K-5 attend Spanish class twice a week.  During this time, they become familiarized with the language, focusing on:

  • Vocabulary

  • Verbs and sentence formation

  • Simple conversations

  • Songs and games


In grades 6-8, Spanish is offered to all students as one of their core subjects. Students are given a more thorough understanding of the language and a basis for high school studies. Every day, each student learns by:

  • Hearing Spanish

  • Speaking Spanish

  • Reading Spanish

  • Writing Spanish




In addition to learning in the classroom, students can participate in Spanish Club, which emphasizes understanding Spanish-speaking cultures and traditions through events such as:

  • Dia de los Muertos celebration

  • Las Posadas

  • Making maracas and piñatas

  • Watching Spanish film

  • Listening to Spanish music

  • ...and more!