International Private Elementary Bilingual School
Morning Classes and German Language Afterschool Program K-12th Grade
Our traditional curriculum is based on the German school system. Kindergarten through 5th grade. Math, German, English, Spanish as an Elective, Science, Music, Art, and Geography D-A-CH (Mo.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.), Newport Beach school campus.
We are recognized by WASC and the University of California A-G List. This allows us to give our high school students credit for studying a world language. Our high school students have the chance to move up to the Honors class level, which helps them when they apply to college and get in.
Our native teachers welcome students with open arms, boundless enthusiasm, and dedication to their children’s education. As part of an intercultural community, we make sure that all students are seen, heard, understood, and accepted. Everyone is free to be themselves while they are with us.
Students in high school who have completed the B1/DSDI German Language Diploma and have achieved the B1 Language Level have the chance to participate in “Jugend debaters” every year.
Expand Your Knowledge Base!
15.4 million people learn German. With over 200 million speakers, it’s the language of global importance. No matter what you want to do in the future, knowing German will give you more options. When you learn German, you get a lot of skills that can help you at work and in your personal life. Adults who need to relocate to Germany or want to work in the international marketplace will benefit from the German School’s online classes, primarily geared toward professionals.
Get an International Degree in Germany. Bachelor’s, master’s, and structured doctoral programs with no tuition costs. Semester contributions of up to 250 euros (pays for administrative expenses, student services, cafeteria prices, sports clubs, cultural activities, and public transportation), Study Abroad.
Introduction German International School
Our classes have grown, and we can proudly offer August 2022 our elementary classes K-5th grade on Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
We teach DaF (Deutsch als Fremdsprache—German as a Foreign Language) to the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR), ACTFL, from Beginner to Advanced A1-C1, classes that can lead our students through the years to the Language Diploma I and II, AP German for Language and Culture to earn high school credit, and AATG-National Exam Level 1-4 to earn scholarships to summer camps and summer studies abroad.