CERTIFICATES

ACHIEVE DUTCH EXCELLENCE

CERTIFICATES

ACHIEVE DUTCH EXCELLENCE

The Dutch language offers many benefits. Today, more than ever our students are awarded with many great opportunities! From pursuing studies, employment, or residency in the Netherlands or Belgium, to achieving the Seal of Biliteracy for US students, fulfilling language requirements, earning high school and college credits, and beyond.

Let’s explore which tests and certifications can open doors to recognition and achievement for our beloved Dutch/Flemish language! 

The CNaVT exams assess your Dutch language proficiency. Whether you are a student looking to study in the Netherlands or a professional aiming to work in a Dutch-speaking environment, achieving a CNaVT certification can significantly enhance your opportunities.

For students aspiring to attain the Seal of Biliteracy in Dutch, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) test is a pivotal step in showcasing your Dutch proficiency. Explore how this assessment opens doors to recognition and achievement.

We are committed to providing our students with valuable opportunities to showcase their Dutch language proficiency. One such opportunity is the ALTA Test for the Dutch language, a key step towards earning the prestigious Seal of Biliteracy and more. 

Embark on a rewarding journey towards bilingual excellence. We pave the way for our students to achieve the prestigious Seal of Biliteracy awards for the Dutch language in elementary, middle and high school. Earning this seal enhances your academic record.

WHAT WE OFFER

The pathway to certifications and the Seal of Biliteracy

We can help you prepare for the testing and assist in achieving your goals!

So many benefits. From pursuing studies, employment, or residency in the Netherlands or Belgium, to achieving the Seal of Biliteracy for US students, fulfilling language requirements, earning high school and college credits, and beyond.

We have helped over 100 students with certifications and many achieving in getting the Seal of Biliteracy!

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