World Language

  • Township High School District 211 offers four-year programs in Spanish, French, German, and Chinese. The study of one language for four years is highly recommended for reaching an intermediate to advanced level of proficiency as well as satisfying many college requirements. Many colleges require or recommend the study of a world language for entrance and/or graduation. Colleges may grant credit for successfully passing the Advanced Placement or college entrance exams, receiving the State Seal of Biliteracy or meeting requirements in a Dual Credit course. In addition to preparing for college, the study of a world language has become important to career readiness. Students who fail first semester are not eligible to continue in that language course second semester.

  • World Language Department Teachers

  • Bottom Row: Amber Wozniak (German), Lichien Chan (Chinese), Heather Doan (Spanish), Carrie Halter (Spanish)
    Middle Row: Andrea Storey (Spanish), Brittany Mendoza (ESL), Patrick Malloy* (Spanish), Anthony Spizzirri (Spanish)
    Back Row: Jennifer Langer (Spanish & French), Brian Drenth (Spanish), Jodie Weintraub (Spanish), Vicki Chriske-Hines (French)
    Not in photo: Ann Henning (Spanish)
    * Department Chair

  • World Language Office: 847-755-3731
    Department Phone: 847-755-3731
    Department Chair Phone: 224-653-3482

World Language Faculty