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Gingerbread House Decorating Contest & Party

Gingerbread House
Decorating Contest & Party

Enjoy one of our most popular school events for all kids. This is a lot of fun and the school year highlight they are all waiting for. Gingerbread house or also “Hexenhaus” decorating contest and our traditional Year end party at German School campus and Ute’s Kinderschule. Come and enjoy this day with the kid’s and family. Please make your reservation, places are limited and they fill fast.

You and your friends are invited to join us
Saturday December 3rd – from 4pm to 7pm

Gingerbread House
Gingerbread House

GERMAN SCHOOL campus
Sea Base, 1931 West Coast Hwy, Newport Beach CA 92663
Room “Foxtrott” downstairs

Please register today, just click on the link below  – do not miss it!
Gingerbread House Decorating Contest & Party

It is the day before St. Nikolaus and we have a lot to prepare. German School campus with Frau Ursula and Ute’ Kinderschule will assist you. Please make a reservation soon: ages from 4 – 17 years.

German School campus age 7-17 years [email protected] Phone (949) 285 0829

We ask for a donation of $ 30 per Hexenhaus towards the material.
Please mail the check no later than November 28 ($30 each child). Please include with your check payment the name(s) of your kid(s).

to:
GERMAN SCHOOL campus
26895 Aliso Creek Rd, #B858 – Aliso Viejo CA 92656

Scout-O-Rama 2016

What is Scout-O-Rama?

Scout-O-Rama is the annual “trade show” of Scouting in Orange County that is attended by over 20,000 participants. Scouts, their families and friends interested in learning about Scouting enjoy a fun-filled day of exhibits, competitions and displays. Some popular events from recent years include dutch-oven cooking demonstrations, climbing towers, obstacle courses, Bubble Rollers, Medieval Times and the Vans Skate Team shows. Local Packs, Troops, Teams, Posts and Crews can participate in the Scout-O-Rama event by displaying an exhibit booth. This event is open to the public.

From left to right: Alwin Morgenstern, Dr. Steven Skahen, Greg Taylor, Ursula Schoeneich, Charlotte Mueller
From left to right: Alwin Morgenstern, Dr. Steven Skahen, Greg Taylor, Ursula Schoeneich, Charlotte Mueller

Dr. Steven Skahen, Ursula Schoeneich and Alwin Morgenstern all from Troop 90 Newport Beach and intern Charlotte Mueller (GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Sea Base) presented this year:

Ursula Schoeneich Principal of GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Seabase
Ursula Schoeneich Principal of GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Seabase
  • German Interpreter Stripe
  • Most influential German Inventions
  • Building Human DNA
  • Presenting the GERMAN Language program with the GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach
Scouts building human DNA
Scouts building human DNA

Open House

GERMAN SCHOOL campus and Sea Base at Newport Sea Base celebrated Open House

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher opening speech GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Sea Base
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher opening speech GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Sea Base
Open Ceremony GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach
Open Ceremony GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach

all day on Saturday April 30th, 2016 at the beautiful location at Newport Sea Base, 1931 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach CA, 92663 Visitors could pick up German School Camp Information STEM and enrollment documents for the 2016/2017 school year. German School Campus has a competence-oriented education that is also on the needs of the students. Students can come too us with their wishes and remarks. We take the time for the students and promote them in the world language German. Our students are on task and learn a world language with fun and joy by speaking, reading, hearing and seeing.

GERMAN SCHOOL campus open house sing up Newport Beach
GERMAN SCHOOL campus open house sing up Newport Beach

They are eagerly learning to achieving their certificates which brings them every year a step further to achieve a language diploma in German.

GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach kids activities Newport_Beach
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach kids activities Newport_Beach

School Director Frau Schoeneich offered delicious German cake and coffee. The Balboa Bay club sponsored free Hamburgers. It was a fun-filled event, full of activities and delicious food! Children and parents had the opportunity to join free events and activities which included:

Roboter demo GERMAN SCHOOL open house Newport Beach Sea Base
Roboter demo GERMAN SCHOOL open house Newport Beach Sea Base
  • Sailboat & Pontoon Boat Rides
  • “Coastie” the Talking Tugboat
  • Sea Scout and NSB Sailing Team
  • Vessel Tours
  • Face Painting
  • Origami Boat Making
  • Huck Finn Fishing
  • Row Boats
  • Kayaking
  • Andy Fitzpatrick Regatta

Easter Party – Frohe Ostern

March 19th, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Wintermist Park

Eastereggs und Ostereier
Eastereggs und Ostereier

On Saturday, March 19th, we will have an Easter Party and would be so happy if you could join us!

We would appreciate if you could bring a little something to eat and share with everyone. Also, please bring a dozen filled plastic eggs (don’t le the children see it!) foru our egg hunt.

We will meet at Wintermist Park (2 blocks up the loop), where we have the Easter Egg Hunt, enjpy the yummy food and friends, and play some games.

Egg Hunt will start at 10:15 a.m.

RSVP by 3-13 please email or call or send message below.

Please download Easter Party 2016 Flyer

AATG

The National German Exam

is administered each year to nearly 22,000 high school students in the second, third and fourth level of German. The Exam, now in its 56th year, provides individual diagnostic feedback, rewards students through an extensive prize program, and creates a sense of accomplishment. Exam results provide a means of comparing students in all regions of the country, as well as programmatic data provided to help inform curricular decisions. Exam results are among the criteria used in selecting the recipients of chapter awards and the national AATG/PAD Study Trip Awards, a four-week study trip program in Germany.

Each Exam is comprised of 100 questions. Question types include multiple choice, matching, and true/false. The Exam is comprised of two parts. The listening and viewing portion is 40 minutes in length and consists of a series of short audio and video segments with a total of 50 questions and tasks. The reading portion is 45 minutes in length and consists of a number of print texts, including graphs and images with a total of 50 questions and tasks. All materials used in the exam are from authentic resources.

Targeted Proficiencies. The Level 1 Exam measures student proficiencies in the Novice range as measured by the ACTFL_Proficiency_Guidelines. These students understand some ideas on familiar topics containing phrases, simple sentences, and frequently used expressions. They can understand the main point and a few details in short conversations, messages, and announcements.

The Level 2 Exam measures student proficiencies in the Novice High to Intermediate Low proficiency range. These students understand the main idea and some details on familiar topics expressed in sentences, short conversations, presentations, and messages.

The Level 3 Exam measures student proficiencies in the Intermediate Low proficiency range. These students understand the main idea and many details on familiar topics expressed in a series of connected sentences, conversations, presentations, and messages. They comprehend information related to basic personal and social needs and relevant to their immediate environment such as everyday life, school, and community.

The Level 4 Exam measures student proficiencies in the Intermediate proficiency range. These students understand the main points and most details in conversations, presentations, and messages on familiar topics. They also understand the main idea and some details on unfamiliar topics. They demonstrate emerging evidence of the ability to make inferences. They comprehend texts focused on relevant real-world topics of general interest.

Lantern Walk

Lantern Walk

Laternenumzug

We invite you to our Lantern Walk on Wednesday, November 11th, at 6:00 pm in front of Frau Ute’s Kinderschule. Please bring a jacket.
In Cooperation with: Ute’s KinderSchule and GERMAN SCHOOL campus. Please see details special flyer.

Traditional “Weckmännchen” and refreshments will be served after the walk. Please make a reservation with your teacher

Ute’s KinderSchule
949.786.3877
Email: [email protected]

GERMAN SCHOOL campus
949.229.7389
Email: [email protected]

A donation of $10 to our schools would be appreciated.

Meeting point is: 28 Silkgrass, Irvine CA 92614

Ribbon Cutting

Ribbon Cutting

GERMAN SCHOOL campus

On September 19th we opened the doors for German School campus. Many people came to learn about the classes and curriculum “Deutsches Sprachdiplom” and the cultural and great programs this school has to offer. It was a special day. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher spoke about the school and how his triplets learn German through a great program.

Vice-President of the German Bundestag Frau Ulla Schmidt has sent greetings from Berlin and success to the school.

Ursula Schoeneich Principal GERMAN SCHOOL campus opening remarks
Ursula Schoeneich Principal GERMAN SCHOOL campus opening remarks
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Ribbon Cutting
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Ribbon Cutting

The Principal and Director of the GERMAN SCHOOL campus Ursula Schoeneich cut the Ribbon with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and some of the school children.

Congressman Dana Rohrabacher GERMAN SCHOOL campus Grand opening speech
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher GERMAN SCHOOL campus Grand opening speech
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Grand opening
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Grand opening
Ursula Schoeneich Principal with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
Ursula Schoeneich Principal with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher

We offer first class German Language classes. The German School campus Newport Beach is a Language school open to all students who desire to master the German Language or to enhance their German language skills. We offer classes to native and non-native speakers from 7 years to 17 years old. Each level of German studies will culminate in the corresponding German Exam A1, A2, B1 through B2/C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFRL) and AATG Level 1 to 4. We have open enrollment in September.

German language classes have started:
Monday
Beginner 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Advanced 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Thursday
Intermediate 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m

Please sign up your kids and students here: Registration Forms

German School Campus Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Public Benefit Corporation – Founded in 2015 – Tax ID: 47-4952874

Location:

Youth Center Newport Sea Base
1931 West Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Phone: (949) 229  7389

GERMAN SCHOOL campus 3 Fold(pdf version)
Please reserve your space for the new school year 2015/16. Classes are are filling up fast. Email: [email protected]

GERMAN SCHOOL campus class room view
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class room view
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms

 

GERMAN SCHOOL Grand Opening

GERMAN SCHOOL Grand Opening

We are proud to announce our GERMAN SCHOOL campus opening @ the Newport Sea Base in Newport Beach, California.

Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Saturday – September 19th – 2015

GERMAN SCHOOL campus Facility Newport Beach
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Facility Newport Beach

Campus Location @ NEWPORT SEA BASE
1931 W. Coast Highway – Newport Beach, CA 92663

9:00 am – 11:00 am open house
11:00 am – 11:30 am Speaker: Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
11:30 am – 12:00 pm Ribbon Cutting
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm lunch
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm open house
Please RSVP for lunch

German languages classes are:
Mondays & Thurdays 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

GERMAN SCHOOL campus Inc.

German School Campus Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Public Benefit Corporation – Founded in 2015 – Tax ID: 47-4952874

Location:

Youth Center Newport Sea Base
1931 West Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Phone: (949) 229  7389

GERMAN SCHOOL campus 3 Fold(pdf version)
Please reserve your space for the new school year 2015/16. Classes are are filling up fast. Email: [email protected]

GERMAN SCHOOL campus class room view
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class room view
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms
GERMAN SCHOOL campus class rooms