• Welcome to the CB South World Languages Department!


    January 2018 Update

    Click here to see our  Program Planning Video

    Click here to see Recommended Course Sequences

    Click here to see a video of our French Teachers



    Click here to see a video of Intl Day at CB South!


    On March 1st 138 CB middle and high school students went to Quakertown Community HS to participate in the Annual Bucks County World Language Tournament. This tournament is sponsored by the Bucks County World Language Advisory Council, every Bucks County district is invited to attend and there were approximately 400 students who participate every year. 

    They competed against each other and students from other districts in Bucks County by answering trivia questions related to the languages that they study, participating in scenarios and debating all in other languages. 


    Congratulations to the CB South teams who won first place and to

    all of the students who participated!

    CB South Advanced Spanish Team-1st place

    CB South Advanced French Team - 1st place

    CB South Spanish Level 3 Team - 1st place

    Participants: Brian Bugieda, Crystal Castillo-Gomez, Emma Crandall, Shayna  Fink, Brooke  Gallagher, Andrea  Garrido, Alex Heiman, Emily  Herstine, Jacob Kang, Sarah Letizia, Laya Madulapally, Luci Mahar, Sara Jimenez Rincon, Olivia Romano, Julia Szysko, Elise Velez.    

    Spanish Advanced  
    French Advanced Team  
    level 3  

    The teachers of the Central Bucks World Languages department believe that all students have the ability and should have the opportunity to study a world language. We believe this experience will enhance the students’ perceptions of the world and they will become more productive members of an increasingly global society. In the classroom, we strive to simulate authentic experiences, compare and contrast other languages and cultures, promote tolerance, and make connections with other disciplines. Finally, we seek to inspire students to extend the classroom experience beyond high school.