Online Foreign Language Classes

Additional languages are available through dual enrollment with the Apex Learning virtual school, subject to approval. Languages include: German I & II, Latin I & II, and Mandarin Chinese I and II. These courses are not available for missionary or any other discount. Contact the school to learn more.

*Honors versions may be available upon request and approval.


French 1 A & B

French I teaches students to greet people, describe family and friends, talk about hobbies, and communicate about other topics, such as sports, travel, and medicine. Each lesson presents vocabulary, grammar, and culture in context, followed by explanations and exercises. Vocabulary includes terms to describe school subjects, parts of the body, and people, as well as idiomatic phrases. Instruction in language structure and grammar includes the verb system, adjective agreement, formal and informal address, reflexive verbs, and past tense. Students also gain an understanding of the cultures of French-speaking countries and regions within and outside Europe, as well as insight into Francophone culture and people. The material in this course is presented at a moderate pace. This course is built to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) standards.

In addition, custom foreign language projects and multimedia assignments are added to enrich students’ learning experiences. Spoken assignments are presented in a live virtual meeting with a credentialed teacher. Depending on the availability of schedules, foreign language workshops are often hosted wherein students can practice with their peers and an instructor.

Back to the Top


French 2 A & B

  • French II
  • Prerequisites: French I or the equivalent
  • Length: Two semesters
  • View Course Syllabus: View Course Syllabus

French II teaches students to communicate more confidently about themselves, as well as about topics beyond their own lives – both in formal and informal address. Each lesson presents vocabulary, grammar, and culture in context, followed by explanations and exercises. Vocabulary includes terms in cooking, geography, and architecture. Instruction in language structure and grammar includes present- and past-tense verb forms and uses, negation, and direct and indirect objects. Students deepen their knowledge of French-speaking regions and cultures by learning about history, literature, culture, and contemporary issues. The material in this course is presented at a moderate pace. The content is based on the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) standards.

In addition, custom foreign language projects and multimedia assignments are added to enrich students’ learning experiences. Spoken assignments are presented in a live virtual meeting with a credentialed teacher. Depending on the availability of schedules, foreign lang