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Original Year Level Names

25 Sept 2020

In the original year level system at Concordia, the entry level class was known as Sexta (Latin for sixth). Each year it climbed one class higher, to Quinta (Fifth), then to Quarta (fourth), Tertia (third) and Secunda (second). In their sixth year, students entered Prima (first) and those who passed the final examinations were eligible to enter the Theological department or seminary.