Stuyvesant High School offers a broad range of world languages: French, German, Japanese, Latin, Chinese and Spanish. Students who enter Stuyvesant having passed the Regents/LOTE Language Exam or who have a high level of proficiency in a particular language must begin a new language and complete a three-year sequence in the school. Note: the middle school Second Language Proficiency (SLP) exam is not the LOTE.
Spanish language classes run from Level I through V; French, Chinese, Latin and Japanese classes run through Level IV. Beginning 2019, German will also run through Level IV.
INCOMING STUDENTS HAVE TWO POSSIBLE OPTIONS
2. Continue studying the language they have studied in Middle School: Mandarin
Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Latin or Spanish, pending availability.