The Christian County School system is in a league of their own when it comes to educating local students and preparing them for the future.
The school district offers more foreign language classes than any other of its surrounding school districts.
For the past three years, under the guidance of Superintendent Brady Link area students in elementary, middle and high schools have been exposed to learning either German, Japanese, Chinese and Spanish.
Martin Luther King jr. Elementary School students in kindergarten through 4th grade have been learning Spanish from Alfonso De Torres a native of Madrid, Spain.
Alfonso De Torres says he is very fortunate to have the opportunity to teach local students Spanish and about his culture.
De Torres says he tells each student that learning a second language will help them in the future when getting a job.
For 40 minutes each week, De Torres teaches students basic words and sentences in Spanish in the hopes that one day they will be able to read and write Spanish on their own without his help.
Due to lack of funding, only 4 out of 10 elementary schools in the school system offers a foreign language class, but school officials hope to see that change in the near future.