The School for Human Rights Foreign Language department offers courses in Spanish for non-native as well as native speakers of Spanish.
Students are required to take one year minimum of foreign language as part of their graduation requirements. Students who wish to pursue an Advanced Regents Diploma must take three years of foreign language and successfully pass the LOTE-Checkpoint B exam. In addition, LOTE-Checkpoint B exam is now considered a 4+1 pathway for fulfilling the Regents requirements toward graduation.
Spanish for Natives: Students who speak fluently, study and whose first language is other than English.
Spanish for Non-Natives: Students who only have classroom experience with the language.