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Eleven Lexington Two students qualify for the South Carolina Seal of Biliteracy

West Columbia, SC ()612/2021) - Eleven Lexington Two students qualified for the South Carolina Seal of Biliteracy, an award from the SC Department of Education that recognizes students who have attained proficiency in English and another language by graduation.

Students are recognized for their levels of mastery in testing, with gold being the highest. The Biliteracy Seal may appear on the student’s diploma or a separate certificate, and it may include a notation that appears on a graduating senior’s transcript.

Among the Lexington Two students recognized:


Angel Altamirano (Bronze, Spanish)

Aylin Arellano Bernal (Silver, Spanish)

Yoselin Paniagua (Silver, Spanish)

Caroline O'Neal (Silver, Spanish)

Keren Gonzalez (Silver, Spanish)

Carlos Lopez Lopez (Bronze, Spanish)


Tina Dong (Bronze, Latin)

Carley Craft (Bronze, Latin)

Jacob Mixson (Bronze, Latin)

Fabiola Meja Cinto (Silver, Spanish)

Dainery Hernandez (Silver, Spanish)

The majority of U.S. states and Washington D.C. have approved Seals of Biliteracy. According to the SC Department of Education, the award encourages students to take ownership of their language proficiency growth, to better prepare themselves for today’s workforce, and to become lifelong language learners.


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