As rising 9th graders, you have many choices to make in determining
which Specialty Center and high school is the right fit for you. Henrico County offers several opportunities for you to visit and learn more about the various Specialty Centers.
1) Attend one of four informational sessions. All
of the Specialty Centers are available to give an overview of their
Highland Springs High School Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Godwin High School Monday, October 5, 2015
Glen Allen High School Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Henrico High School Tuesday, October 20, 2015
2) Come to the Center for World Languages Open House.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Tucker High School Auditorium
3) Shadow a current Center student for a full
day. We encourage all 8th graders interested in our program to find
out more about us by shadowing.
We recommend Mondays in order to experience all 7 classes
(the rest of the week is block scheduling).
4) Follow the application process.
November 23, 2015 • On-line application available
January 15, 2016 • Applications due
March 11, 2016 • Letters of acceptance are mailed
March 25, 2016 • Students must respond to acceptance letters by this date
April 15, 2016 • All students being offered a spot from the wait list must
//////////////////////////////////specialty center chairs of their intent to accept an offer of admission.
Non-HCPS Students must take the NWEA Reading and Math tests
For an appointment to test, please click here
5) Take the entrance exam for the Center for World Languages. This is a required part of the application process.
Saturday, January 30, 2016
9:00 am • Immersion Building
Make-up Testing Session is scheduled for 2/2/16 from 4pm to 6pm
Please contact Anne Fano to sign up for the test.
Admission - Students will
be selected based on the following criteria:
of submitted application and grade transcription
of entrance exam
of the selection committee
Please Note: Bus transportation is provided
for all students attending the Center for World Languages.
|Anne G. Fano - Chairperson
Center for World Languages
|Robert C. Lowerre, Ph.D. - Principal
Tucker High School