Adolfo Camarillo High School

EST. 1956

World Language


The study of foreign language develops proficiencies, knowledge, and attitudes that cannot be acquired through the study of other subjects. Such proficiencies, knowledge and attitudes are essential to understanding the political motivations of other nations and are crucial to appreciating and accepting cultural and individual diversity within the United States.

To attain these proficiencies, knowledge, and attitudes, students should be encouraged to begin foreign language study early in their academic careers. Their foreign language education should continue throughout their entire educational career, with the district making every effort to provide each semester enough teachers credentialed in the target language to accommodate all of the students who enroll for study in that language.


  • French 1
  • French 2
  • French 3
  • French 4
  • AP French
  • German 1
  • German 2
  • German 3
  • German 4
  • AP German
  • Spanish 1
  • Spanish 2
  • Spanish 3
  • Spanish 4
  • AP Spanish

Anna Soberanis

Department Chair
(805) 389-7366

Roberta Castro

(805) 389-7366

Jesus Duran

(805) 389-4699

Sylvia Garcia

(805) 394-4797

Francesca Gurney

(805) 436-8527

Karolyn Marinas

Christina Stevenson

Asher Stolte

(805) 385-5959

Fan scarves and a big hat hanging on the wall.