About our world languages programs

The World Languages Program prepares students linguistically and culturally to live and work harmoniously in multilingual communities at home and around the world. Research shows that language learning supports academic achievement and provide cognitive benefits to students.

  

Please contact your school if you have questions about the curriculum or your child’s progress. There are many opportunities for parent involvement.

 

ASD Language Immersion Programs 2017

 

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Locate world languages program schools. Search for an address using the location box.


SchoolSchool TypePhonePrincipalGrade/age
levels

Alaska Native Cultural Charter School

Charter, WorldLang, PreK 907-742-1370

Bongi Agerter

preK-8

Aquarian Charter School

Charter, WorldLang 907-742-4900

Lucas Saltzman

K-6

Chugiak Elementary School

Elementary, WorldLang 907-742-3400

Sarah Alvarez

K-5

Chugiak High School

High, SecAlt, WorldLang 907-742-3050

David Legg

9-12

Dimond High School

High, WorldLang, CTE 907-742-7000

Tina Johnson-Harris

9-12

Government Hill Elementary School

Elementary, WorldLang 907-742-5000

Mandy Clark

K-6

Mears Middle School

Middle, WorldLang 907-742-6400

Michael Perkins

7-8

Mirror Lake Middle School

Middle, WorldLang 907-742-3500

Alexandra Hagler

6-8

Rilke Schule German Charter School of Arts & Sciences

Charter, WorldLang 907-742-0900

Christopher Barr

K-8

Romig Middle School

Middle, SecAlt, WorldLang, Qual 907-742-5200

Sven Gustafson

7-8

Sand Lake Elementary School

Elementary, WorldLang 907-243-2161

Linson Thompson

K-6

Scenic Park Elementary School

Elementary, WorldLang 907-742-1650

Jennifer Schmitz

K-5

Turnagain Elementary School

Elementary, WorldLang 907-742-7200

Carissa Cote

K-6

West High School

High, SecAlt, WorldLang, Qual 907-742-2500

Rick Stone

9-12

Winterberry Charter School

Charter, WorldLang 907-742-0139

Lee Young

K-8

 

  

Types of world languages programs

 

Partial immersion

Partial immersion language programs provide a total language experience in a multicultural setting for students whose parents would like them to have the advantage of becoming proficient in two languages – English and a second language – by the time they complete the kindergarten through grade six sequence of the program.‌

 

FLES

In a traditional Foreign Language in the Elementary School model, the focus is on language and culture, unlike immersion where the focus is content (i.e. science) taught through the language. Students receive lessons in language and culture one to two times per week.

 


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