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International Language Courses

HUMANITIES DISTINCTION

The Humanities distinction acknowledges graduating seniors that complete a plan emphasizing a humanities focus in one of the two humanities pathways:  International Language and Social Science. To be eligible for this distinction, the student must complete all requirements in one of the two pathways. Students earning this distinction are eligible to wear a light blue distinction cord at graduation.

International Language Pathway   

International Language criteria for distinction:
          ►  4.0 consecutive credits in Spanish or French
          ►  A Portfolio of extra-curricular/community involvement activities totaling 15 points by March 1 of  senior year or 2 years of another language offered at GHS (French or Spanish) 
          ►  Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and a 3.2 GPA in International Language courses

All activities MUST be recorded via the Portfolio Log/Application and include a reflection statement. Reflection statements should be kept in a folder on the students SD5 Google Drive labeled "20____ IL Pathway – Last Name". Folder will be shared with AP French/Spanish teacher before Mar 1 of Senior Year.

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International Language Faculty

harbaugh

 ADAM HARBAUGH
*Department Chair
harbaugha@sd5.k12.mt.us
406-758-8600, ext 8330

de Mazancourt

CORALIE de MAZANCOURT
demazancourtc@sd5.k12.mt.us
406-758-8600, ext 8347

denney

AARON DENNEY
denneya@sd5.k12.mt.us
406-758-8600, ext 8313

Gardner
BROOKE GARDNER
gardnerb@sd5.k12.mt.us
406-758-8600, ext 8332
 
Hill

STEPHANIE HILL
hills@sd5.k12.mt.us
406-758-8600, ext 8338