Language

Students in Class

Students in the 6th grade begin with an introduction to language and language study. Beginning in seventh grade, students choose between Latin and Spanish as their primary course of language study and commit to two years of the same language (7th and 8th grade). The middle school years are an excellent time to introduce a second language to young people and SAS is committed to making language available to students in the middle school in a way that is both meaningful and fun.

Courses

William Seavey

William Seavey

Titles: Foreign Language Department Chair, Latin, Linguistics, Junior Class Coordinator, Middle School Boys' Basketball (Head), Middle School Boys' Soccer
Degrees: B.A., Brigham Young University
M.A., Brigham Young University
Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Marcus Murphy

Marcus Murphy

Titles: International Student Coordinator, Chinese, House Parent (Watts), Outdoor Adventure, Varsity Boys' Soccer
Degrees: B.S., Natural Resources, The University of the South
M.A., Teaching Mandarin as a Second Language, Qingdao University
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Diana Rinck

Diana Rinck

Class of 2015
Titles: Spanish, Middle School Volleyball, Varsity Volleyball, JV Volleyball (Head)
Degrees: B.A., German & German Studies, The University of the South
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Stephen Thomas

Stephen Thomas

Titles: Spanish, Golf (Head), Outdoor Adventure
Degrees: B.A., Foreign Languages (Spanish), University of Alaska Fairbanks
M.A., Foreign Language (Spanish), Bowling Green State University
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