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Sunday, April 9th, 2006 12:59 pm
I was under the impression that a student had to take three years of a foreign language in high school in order to avoid taking a foreign language course in college. My step-mother seems to think only two years are required. High school is far enough behind me that my faulty memory can't be trusted.

Savagefuzzball is filling out her course choices for her junior year in high school and would very much like to avoid the French teacher considering their personality conflicts in the past. If she can elect for something else, she will. If, however, she'd have to take French in college, she'll elect for French III next year.

Can anyone speak with authority on this topic? E-F? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
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