If my secondary school education was in a language other than English, what more do I have to do to fulfill the requirement?

If your entire secondary school education was in a language other than English, you must be prepared to produce a transcript from your school that clearly indicates that this is the case. Once you have demonstrated your proficiency level, you could take two semesters of a new language, or, if you are not a native speaker of English, you could fulfill the requirement by taking ENGL 114 a or b, 120 a or b, or 450b. Consult Chapter III of the Yale College Programs of Study for specific regulations. (If you have further questions, contact the Center for Language Study at cls@yale.edu.)