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School Solutions

Middlebury Interactive is the only world language provider with a full suite of digital courses developed by academics exclusively for K-12 learners. Our courses are designed for students at grade level, meaning the content is age-appropriate and features engaging themes and topics. Middlebury Interactive is unique among world language providers in the depth and breadth of courses we offer, from elementary through high school and Advanced Placement.®

We also provide districts with the flexibility to offer blended or comprehensive digital solutions. Middlebury Interactive views in-classroom teachers as our most important partners to inspire students to learn languages. When an in-classroom teacher is unavailable, we provide our own state-certified online teachers who have been trained in Middlebury Interactive's best practices for world language instruction.

Middlebury Interactive currently serves the needs of more than 200,000 K-12 students nationwide. Our courses are deployed in nearly 4,000 schools, from the largest urban districts, like New York City and Miami-Dade to the smallest towns, like Weybridge, Vermont. Middlebury Interactive has also been tapped by the State of Delaware and the State of Louisiana to boost digital world language learning. We believe that all students should have access to superior world language instruction and provide a fully integrated solution to meet every school's or district's needs.

Grades K-2 Elementary
Grades 3-5 Elementary
Grades 6-8 Middle School
Grades 9-12 High School
Grades 9-12 Fluency
Grades 11-12 AP* Advanced Placement
Spanish 1 1 & 2 1 & 2 I, II & III I & II  AP*
French 1 1 & 2 1 & 2 I, II & III I & II AP*
Chinese 1 1 1 & 2 I & II I & II  
German   1 & 2 1 & 2 I & II    

*Advanced Placement and AP are registered trademarks of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.

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Students definitely had access to languages they would have never been exposed to otherwise. We had students taking Chinese and German which was not possible anywhere else in our school district.
- Joy Bieker,
Jewel Middle School