Proficiency Graduation Requirement in World Language
You must demonstrate proficiency in a second language in order to graduate from Farmington High School. The Farmington Language Standards Test (FLST) provides the opportunity to measure how well you reach the district standards in world language. The five components of the FLST assess the essential content/skills of speaking, listening, reading, writing, and culture. This skill-based test is administered to you as part of your final exam in French III/III H and Spanish III/III H. Most students complete this requirement in one of these classes. According to BOE policy, students are not able to meet this requirement in Latin class. If you believe that you are capable of meeting the five standards (especially reading and writing) in another language, you need to speak with your guidance counselor and the department leader.
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