Learn German from Kindergarten up to High School
- Starting from kindergarten, children can immerse themselves in the German language, laying a solid foundation for fluency through engaging, age-appropriate activities.
- As they progress through elementary and middle school, students continue to build their German vocabulary and grammar skills, preparing them for more advanced language study.
- In high school, students have the opportunity to deepen their German proficiency and earn academic credit through the Advanced Placement (AP) program offered by the College Board.
- The AP German Language and Culture exam, recognized by many colleges and universities, allows students to earn college credit while still in high school.
- Mastering the German language not only provides educational advantages but also opens the door to free study opportunities in Germany, one of the world’s leading countries for higher education.
Morning Program Newport Beach:
The institution offers Pre-K classes catering to individuals aged four and five Mo-Fr from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and Elementary students grades 1-5 Mo-Fr attend on its Newport Beach premises, operating from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., throughout the weekdays.
Morning Program Laguna Niguel:
Our institution provides Spanish and cooking classes for K-12 students, along with handwriting classes specifically for 1st to 3rd graders.
On Mondays, pupils from grades K to 6 who are acquiring the German language attend the elementary program in the afternoon hours 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, while students from grades 7-12 attend both on-site and remotely on Wednesdays from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The well-structured curriculum of the institution imitates the German educational system. Additionally, the elective course titled “German as a Global Language” carries high school credit and fulfills the requirements for obtaining a high school diploma.
GERMAN SCHOOL classes online
German School Online provides comprehensive online classes, designed to span from kindergarten through to grade 12, offering an enriching curriculum that caters to a wide range of learners. 12th graders can earn high school credits, providing an opportunity for career advancement or personal growth. With a focus on academic rigor and flexibility, our German School Online platform ensures a seamless, engaging, and effective remote learning experience for all.
The German School Online offers an adult learner program, providing a flexible and comprehensive curriculum designed to empower adult learners with linguistic skills, and cultural insights, all within a supportive and engaging online learning environment.
Our school’s recognition by WASC and the University of California A-G List enables our high school students to earn credit for studying a world language, of which we are proud. Additionally, students who excel in their language studies have the opportunity to advance to the honors class level, which may prove advantageous when they apply to college.
Our native teachers put in a lot of effort to create a welcoming and supportive environment where everyone is valued, heard, understood, and embraced. We strive to establish our school as a safe space where individuals from diverse backgrounds can coexist harmoniously and feel empowered to express their true selves.
Students in high school who have earned the B1/DSDI German Language Diploma and attained a B1 Language Level are eligible to take part in the annual “Jugend debating” event. This provides an excellent opportunity for students to refine their language abilities and acquire valuable experience.
German language acquisition can be an excellent means of broadening one’s knowledge base!
German is a language of great global significance, with over 15.4 million learners and more than 200 million speakers worldwide. Proficiency in German can unlock numerous opportunities, both professionally and personally. The German School provides customized online classes that cater to adults intending to work in the international market or those relocating to Germany.
Furthermore, Germany offers programs for bachelor’s, master’s, and structured doctoral degrees that are tuition-free and require only a semester contribution of up to 250 euros. Additionally, students can study abroad.
Introduction German International School
In September 2015, the German International School was established and has since gained accreditation from both the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Central Agency of German Schools Abroad (ZfA). Our curriculum features Deutsch als Fremdsprache (DaF) from Beginner to Advanced A1-C1 levels, which can lead to the attainment of Language Diploma I and II, AP German for Language and Culture credits, as well as AATG-National Exam Levels 1-4, offering scholarships to summer camps and summer studies abroad. Our classes are centered around conversation, listening, reading, writing, German culture, and applied geography.