Taking a second language widens your knowledge of other countries and cultures, and it immerses you into subjects that you may not otherwise lean about in regular classes
Why take a second language?
A second language mark can be used to replace a Social Studies or Mathematics grade in some university program. Applicantions with more rigorous university programs look at portfolios that could include student international accrediation such as DELF/DELE/HSK international language exams.
Learning a language leads to new adventures, new people, and new loves to be discovered. ~ Sarenna Lalani, LOHS Alumnus
I am currently in my last year of Neuroscience at the University of Alberta. Despite being a science student, pursuing languages both in high school and university has done nothing but open doors for me. These classes gave me the opportunity to interact one-on-one with professors and classmates in a small classroom environment, and proved me invaluable opportunities to communicate with people I have met abroad. ~ Alexis Katzell, LOHS Alumnus