The TAS Language requirement for graduation is satisfied by completion of Reading Greek and Latin or Honors Reading Greek and Latin Classics, which comprises the study of the Ancient Greek and Latin languages, along with the literature, art, and history of the ancient Mediterranean world, is fundamental study in language and culture. At TAS the focus of the program is on giving students the tools they need to become sophisticated interpreters of primary sources of understanding the Greek and Roman worlds.
Students may begin their their study of classics in any grade . Colleges are especially impressed by students who have achieved high scores on external measures such as the IB assessments. AP Latin Examination, and the National Latin and Greek Exams.
In order to be able to succeed on these exams, students should start their study of classics in grade 9 or earlier.
- ELEMENTARY GREEK & LATIN (UCLS01)
- INTERMEDIATE GREEK & LATIN (UCLS02)
- HONORS READING GREEK & LATIN (UCLS02H)
- READING GREEK & LATIN (UCLS03)
AP LATIN (UCLS04)
IBSL CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (LATIN) (UCLS051)
IBSL CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (GREEK) (UCLS052)
IBHL CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (LATIN) (UCLS061)
IBHL CLASSICAL LANGUAGES (GREEK) (UCLS062)
ADVANCED LATIN (UCLS07)
ADVANCED ANCIENT GREEK (UCLS08)
ADVANCED GREEK & LATIN (UCLS09)
HONORS ADVANCED LATIN (UCLS07H)
HONORS ADVANCED ANCIENT GREEK (UCLS08H)
HONORS ADVANCED GREEK AND LATIN (UCLS09H)
- HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT GREEK PEOPLE (UCLS101)
- HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT ROMAN PEOPLE (UCLS102)