Do you know that your dyslexic child doesn’t have to take a foreign language in Middle School? High school is different. Two years of foreign langue are required.
When I taught Second Language Learners in middle school, they chose to take Spanish and improve their language. Spanish has many similar roots to English and ha a predictability factor and students may enjoy this, although it is still difficult. Students benefit from grammar rules which may help them learn English. Parents of autistic students had their students skip foreign language, but students with an IEP can skip the foreign language in middle school.