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My son is interested in a school which will allow him to take up to 3 foreign languages (Advanced French, Latin, plus one more to start) AND which will have plenty of other students doing the same. He is bilingual English/French and coming from a school in Europe with a strong focus on language acquisition. We have toured Andover, Hotchkiss and Taft. He loved the 1st two, but didn't feel the same about Taft. I would really like him to add another school to his list. Do you have any suggestions? We have looked at many websites & read the course listings, but would love some insight beyond simply which AP language courses are offered. Specifically, are foreign languages and an international outlook important to the school? Are there opportunities outside of class to use these languages in a meaningful way?