High School Latin VI: College-Level Latin Reading
Latin 6 is a college-level Latin reading class for students who are prepared to read at an advanced undergraduate level. The pace is faster than Latin 4 and 5 and more difficult texts are chosen. Most students will move into Latin 6 after successful completion of the Latin AP Exam but students who are not taking the AP exam may move directly into Latin 6 after Latin 4. Latin 6 is a live Latin reading class. Students read, translate, and discuss beautiful and thought-provoking Latin literature with their peers under the guidance of the instructor. The course meets for 1.5 hours a week with both graded and un-graded options. Students who take the class for a grade make several class presentations, and submit a final exam and paper each semester.
Latin 6 is open to students who have graduated from other Latin programs and are looking for another Latin reading class before college. If you are interested in the class but unsure if you are sufficiently prepared please contact email@example.com.
To high school students taking this course for dual enrollment credit, the University of St. Katherine will issue a transcript with 3 college credits per semester. USK credits are transferable to other colleges and universities.
Conversational 'Add-on' is available for this class!
Please note: not all the texts shown below are used each year. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before purchasing the texts.
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Cicero: Pro Caelio
Pliny: Fifty Letters
Res Gestae Divi Augusti