Arlyle Schultz I would like to use this tool to show students how to navigate their high school experience
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  • You may have taken a language course while you were still in middle school or have experience with a language other than English.. I took a course at a community college that counted for 2 years of credit (level one of language courses at Laney, Merritt, Berkeley City, and Alameda Colleges count for two years of credit). I am fluent in a language other than English. I took a course through a program like UC Scout. I took a course through a community college outside of the Peralta System. I was in an immersion school or had access to continuous language classes.
  • Sign up for a higher level language through OSA or the Peralta system. You will have to take a placement test to enter into any high level language class.
  • Please submit the transcript to OSA and sign up for the next level of the language through OSA or the Peralta System.
  • Are you interested in taking more language courses? Yes. No.
  • One language course in the Peralta system counts for two years of credit. Are you interested in taking your next language course through OSA? I would like to, but OSA does not offer that language. Yes.
  • Make sure to submit your transcript from Peralta to OSA and sign up for level III of that language.
  • Make sure to submit your transcript from Peralta to OSA and sign up for the next level of that language through the Peralta system.
  • This meets the graduation requirement, but UC and CSU schools (as well as competitive colleges) recommend taking three years of language. This fulfills your graduation requirement, but the UCs, CSUs, and more competitive colleges recommend 3 years. Are you certain you want to stop here? No. Yes.
  • Make sure to submit your transcript from Peralta to OSA and check in with your counselor to ensure that this is the best decision that helps you meet your goals and keeps your opportunities open after high school.
  • Make sure to submit your transcript from Peralta to OSA and sign up for level III of that language through OSA or the next level of that language through the Peralta System.
  • Was this course A-G approved? I Don't Know. No. Yes.
  • Please submit the transcript to OSA and sign up for the next level of the language through OSA or the Peralta System.
  • Unfortunately, courses that are not A-G approved do not count for credit. Sign up for a language through OSA or the Peralta System.
  • Meet with your counselor- they can help you determine whether or not the course you took will receive credit. Unfortunately, courses that are not A-G approved do not count for credit. If your course did not count for A-G credit, sign up for a language through OSA or the Peralta System.
  • Are you able to read and write in addition to being able to speak that language? No. Yes, but not well. Yes.
  • You may want to look into seeing if the AP or SAT offers a subject test for that language. If you pass an AP or SAT subject test for a language, you meet diploma and A-G requirements. If you are interested in still taking a course, you can take a placement test to enter a higher level language class. Also, you may want to look into the Peralta System's course offerings; they have some language classes for bilingual speakers..
  • You should meet with your counselor and the language teacher to take a placement test and see what the best option is for you. Also, you may want to look into the Peralta System's course offerings; they have some language classes for bilingual speakers. .
  • You should meet with your counselor and the language teacher to take a placement test and see what the best option is for you. Also, you may want to look into the Peralta System's course offerings; they have some language classes for bilingual speakers..

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