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Language Ambassadors Program

Who are Language Ambassadors?

Language Ambassadors are students in elementary, middle and high school who are actively developing a world language in addition to English. They are students who, together with their families, schools and communities, recognize the value of multilingualism in our global economy and multicultural society. Language Ambassadors connect people across languages and cultures.

Find out more about Language Ambassadors Program

Click on the link below to see the list of Language Ambassadors recognized in 2020

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Language Ambassadors Expo

The Expo is a student-to-student learning experience where students who are interested in learning world languages develop presentations or interactive sessions using their language skills to engage other students. Language Ambassadors showcase what they have learnt throughout the year with performances, interactive games or presentation videos.

Read more about the first Language Ambassadors Expo held in March 2019

Language Ambassadors Expo 2021

Language Ambassadors Expo was launched in 2019 to bring together students from schools across the county and showcase their language skill in a peer to peer setting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Expo entries will be submitted as virtual entries, posted to this website. There are 5 major entry categories- performance, interactive games, Kahoot, Padlets and video presentations. Please click on the tabs below to explore more.

Living through a pandemic is very difficult for all of us, especially young adults. Schools are an important aspect, not only for their learning and growth, but also social development. Ms. Cappiello's Harbor High students (SSP3 and SSP4) have put together some very powerful content, which enriches, encourages and comforts us during these tough times.

Do you love learning languages? Check out these apps and websites that make language learning fun.

Interested in listening to radio stations across the world. Check out this app that lets you listen to radio from any country. Enjoy!

Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), celebrate their diverse staff with inspirational videos on how being multilingual has shaped their lives.