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Hi all. My son has taken Latin for the last 3 yrs at his middle school. He will be attending a HS that unfortunately no longer offers Latin. We have signed him up for Spanish but he would like to see if he could continue Latin somewhere for HS credit. Any thoughts on how this might happen are appreciated. Loves Latin
If you have the budget for outside of school teaching, Latin is taught at Tilden Preparatory School on Solano, a private middle and high school where students can enroll in one class at a time. Many kids take a class here at the end of the day after they finish classes at a public school.
ATDP (Academic Talent Development Program) is a summer program sponsored by the UC Berkeley Dept of Education, and in past years I've noticed Latin as part of their offering.
My kids have not taken Latin, but they have taken classes from both Tilden and ATDP and really liked them. Pat
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