Chagrin Falls High School World Language Students Earn Seal of Biliteracy

World language teachers at Chagrin Falls Schools have developed and implemented a successful K-12 world language program that acknowledges and reinforces language proficiency and cultural awareness by encouraging students' proficiency in multiple world languages.

To recognize student achievement in World Languages, the Ohio Department of Education has established the Seal of Biliteracy. This prestigious designation means that the student is proficient in two languages after taking a nationally normed assessment (AAPPL).  Students must score at a proficiency level of at least Intermediate High in all modes of the tested language, which indicates that they would be able to effectively use their language skills in a business or professional setting.  

Chagrin Falls High School World Language teachers Lisa Fetterman, Jen Stone, and Laurie Walsh are pleased to announce that the following seniors have earned this distinction and will wear an honorary red cord at graduation: Ella Angel, Genevieve Armstrong, Sophia Avery, Christopher Baker, Duncan Bannerman, Joseph Cimperman, Samuel Clark, Madalyn Couch, Aleeta Cowan, Isabelle Coy, Matthew Daniels, Aubree Daugherty, Noah Elconin, Leo Fornara, Peyton Gellin, Alyson Kaplansky, Emma Murphy, Azzura Opperman, Brenna Sincaglia, Claire Stinson, Calvin Struk-Marn, Maximilian Tucker, Alison Tull, Kinga Turoczi, and Amanda Williams.

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