Students Successfully Complete Internationally-Recognized Language Proficiency Exam
A group of French students recently passed the DELF (Diplôme d'études en langue française) exam, a language proficiency test organized by the French Government for non-native speakers.
The DELF test is analogous to the English TOEFL, and a DELF certificate is valid without any limitation in the French speaking world. The test aims to be a certificate of language proficiency for higher educational and professional purposes. It is not uncommon to refer to a standard or level of proficiency by the DELF level number, or score. For example, a job description or a college application might ask for foreign applicants with "B1 or better."
Over the past few years, Woodward Academy and the International and Global Connections Program office has worked diligently to become the only school in Georgia to offer international exams in French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Chinese. We are also the only school which is accredited as a test center for both French and Spanish in the State of Georgia.
This is a great opportunity that is exclusive to our students and offers them great opportunities outside of Woodward Academy in the form of scholarships and study abroad opportunities.
Congratulations to the following students for passing the exam:
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