Chinese Class for High School Credit 

  Many students are recognizing the significance of learning Chinese. The standards for these students are becoming higher and higher. By taking Chinese during high school, students will be able to further improve their skills in college. Many competitive colleges require students to become fluent in a second language other than English. Some will specifically look at a student's transcript to see whether they have completed at least two years of a language. 

  New Concept Chinese School is now offering up to 10 credits per year or 30 credits total for high school students in the Fremont Union High School District. These schools include Lynbrook, Monta Vista, Homestead, Cupertino, and Fremont. Earning more credits is advantageous to those that want to apply for college or graduate. The Chinese class will be counted as an elective and be recorded in the student's high school transcript.

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