What is the SC Seal of Biliteracy for Juniors and Seniors?
- A nationally recognized credential that certifies a student’s proficiency in
English and at least one other language.
- Proof of a student’s high proficiency in the skills of writing, reading, speaking,
and listening in two or more languages.
-A clear symbol of bilingualism and biliteracy for employers and universities.
How does a junior or senior earn the SC Seal of Biliteracy?
- Qualification I. Language Other than English: at least an Intermediate
Mid Proficiency Level.
- Qualification II: English Proficiency: Native English Speakers may
demonstrate a minimum of 3.0 English Language Arts GPA.
Multilingualstudents in Grades 6-12 may demonstrate proficiency by
attaining a minimum of an overall composite score of 4.0 on the
How to Apply for the SC Seal of Biliteracy?
Applications are due by December 15.