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Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone Online enrollment will occur at the beginning of the school year, and as needed throughout the school year. Licenses run from start date through mid-August.

Price is approximately $100 for the school year and are not pro-rated for late signups.

When your license is activated, your ES will receive the website link and user name/password combination.  They will forward this to your email address.  The usual user name will be last name first initial, i.e. jonesm for Mary Jones.  If your student has more than one license, the user names will reflect the language, i.e. jonesms for Spanish & jonesmf for French.  If there is another student with the same user name, there will be added letters on the first name until the system recognizes a unique user name. The password for all students is rosetta.

Our Rosetta Stone siteThis site is unique to our school and can’t be reached through  The site is for all CWCS schools.

a-g High School credit: High School Students must also access an EE in the language learned to earn a-g credit.

Reports: Students can create reports from their log-in page.  

Log in to Rosetta Stone.

Click on “My Reports” instead of “Launch Rosetta Stone Lessons” and choose the dates needed.

Choose "Create PDF". Reports will be downloaded to the desktop and students can email them directly to the ES or EE.  The report can be sent as a portfolio sample.

Change Languages: If your student needs to change languages at any time, download a usage report and then email your ES with the preferred language.

Languages available:

  • Arabic
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • Dutch
  • English (American)
  • English (British)
  • Filipino (Tagalog)
  • French
  • German
  • Greek
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Irish
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Persian (Farsi)
  • Polish
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Russian
  • Spanish (Latin America)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • Swedish
  • Turkish
  • Vietnamese

We have online access to the Rosetta Stone Foundations languages platform. Latin is not available to us.


Rosetta Stone has from 1-5 levels for each language offered, corresponding to years in High School.  They are divided into 4 units each so level 1 consists of units 1-4, level 2 is units 5-8, and so on.  Your student will choose the level by starting on the correct unit.

Rosetta Stone workbook downloads are available through your ES.  Workbooks are available in 4 languages only (English, French, German, and Latin American Spanish)

Rosetta Stone is now available for use on many mobile devices.  Note that the mobile application does not include the Writing and Milestone activities.  You will need to do those activities on a regular computer/laptop.  Your progress automatically syncs so you can learn and practice on your own terms, even when you're away from your computer. 

Online Demo: click the “Launch the Interactive Demo” button. Note that, due to security concerns, our program does not have access to online chat or access to native speakers.

Learner Orientation: Students new to Rosetta Stone should watch both of the following short videos to see how the program and the extended games and stories work.

Rosetta Stone Foundations

and Extended Games and Stories

Chromebook Info:  

Per Rosetta Stone Support, here are the links needed to configure with Chromebook to make sure it works with Rosetta Stone:

Selecting USB Headset as Default on Chrome OS

Configuring Microphone with Adobe Flash Plugin (Step 1 only)

Configuring Microphone with Google Chrome

System Requirements are available for online subscriptions. You must have a High Speed internet connection (not dial-up) and a microphone headset to use the program.

Need Help with Rosetta Stone?  Parents and students can get technical support from the general support line at 877-223-9848 Option 2, then 2 or use the tab on the sign-in page of Rosetta Stone to live-chat or email with technical support.