High School Students

International Spanish Academy/ISA

International Spanish Academies (ISAs) are Dual Language Programs that have signed a collaborative agreement with the Ministry of Education of Spain. This K-12 educational program is carried out within the framework of cooperative activities organized by the Office of Education of Spain in the U.S. and each participating district. The language, history and culture of Spanish speaking countries are a major focus of the curriculum. Each student finishing their senior year at an ISA will take the DELE (Diploma of Spanish as a Foreign Language). Due to the sequential nature and the rigor of the language of instruction, students accepted to an International Spanish Academy (ISA) at the high school level should have had three (3) consecutive years of formal Spanish instruction at the middle school level. All students applying to this program must meet the following eligibility criteria: 2.5 GPA.

Choice*
John I. Leonard Community High

In-House (You can only apply to the in-house program if you reside in the school zone)
None

*For details regarding specific programs offered at each school, please see the Choice Programs Booklet