Lane Tech offers the following World Languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Students should take the language placement exam if they speak the language they will be taking as a freshman OR if they took the selected language at their elementary school. The language exam will allow students to test out of the level one language and into a higher level.
Students who speak conversational Spanish at home and will be taking Spanish as a freshman should take the Spanish placement exam. Lane offers a Spanish for Native Speakers course that many of our students place into. Students who indicate on the Home Language Survey that they or someone that they live with speaks Spanish at home will automatically be placed in Spanish for Native Speakers.
Click here for information on the difference between Spanish and Spanish for Heritage Speakers.
If you missed the language exam on May 15th, we will have a make up session on Friday, May 29th. All language exams will go live on this page at 10 am on Friday, May 29th. Students will have 1.5 hours to complete the exam, which will consist of multiple choice and matching questions, along with a short response section. Students typically complete the exams in 45 minutes-1 hour. Students will also have a speaking portion of the exam at staggered times from noon – 2 pm on Friday. You will receive an email by noon on Thursday, May 28th that will indicate your scheduled ten minute time slot and a link to join the session for your speaking portion.
Click here to sign up for the May 29th language placement exam.
Lane Tech Language Placement Exams
Click the appropriate link at 10 am on Friday, May 29th to take the placement exam. The exam will not be live prior to 10 am. You must complete the online portion and submit the exam NO LATER than 11:30 am. The exam will shut off at 11:30 am and you will not be able to submit your responses after 11:30.