High School for Language and Diplomacy's Full Profile
High School for Language and Diplomacy says
A member of the Asia Society International Studies Schools Network, our school will teach all of our students the meaning and skills of being an Ambassador. Through a challenging academic program that provides opportunities for international exchange, travel and public service, our students will learn the art and craft of international diplomacy as well as develop their technology and communication skills. Students will also be given the opportunity to achieve proficiency in Mandarin Chinese through an intensive, engaging program designed for students of all levels, including those who have never studied the language before.
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Student Teacher Ratio
13 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
High School for Language and Diplomacy.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
There were 7 incidents of bullying last year at High School for Language and Diplomacy, which equals 0.044 incidents per student.
Anime Club, Book Club, Chess, Embassy Program, Freedom Ride Program, Japanese, Journalism, Language Exchange Program, Model United Nations (MUN), Peer Mediation, Saturday Seminars, Service Club, Student Government, Tech Squad, Tutoring; as we expand, we plan to offer opportunities for student art, music, and digital photography