Accreditations Overview

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GERMAN SCHOOL campus: Accredited Immersion Programs Overview

Our school places immense value on its accreditation and membership in esteemed organizations, which rigorously uphold the highest educational standards.


The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC), is a well-known accrediting body. WASC accreditation signifies a school’s commitment to providing high-quality education. It shows that the school is dedicated to student learning and continuous improvement. WASC accreditation ensures the legitimacy of the school’s curriculum and academic records, making credit transfer to other institutions easier. Established in 1960, WASC is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for its high standards.

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German School Campus in Newport Beach, California, is now an official ÖSD Examination Center, led by Principal Ursula Schoeneich. The school offers internationally recognized German language certifications, following CEFR guidelines. This accreditation makes it a top choice for German language education on the West Coast, providing exams from A1 to C2 levels. Join GERMAN SCHOOL campus to enhance your German language skills and cultural understanding.

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The German School Campus is accredited to award the Global Seal of Biliteracy. This certification recognizes high proficiency in multiple languages. It enhances college applications and job market competitiveness for high school graduates. The Global Seal shows our commitment to top-tier language programs and student success.

ZFA Deutsche Auslandsschularbeit International

ZfA stands for “Zentralstelle für das Auslandsschulwesen,” a German organization that supports education for German children abroad. It sets up and runs German schools worldwide, providing teachers with materials and assistance. Started in 1963, ZfA is managed by the German Federal Foreign Office. ZfA promotes German language and culture through education programs and teacher training. Its goal is to foster international cooperation and cultural understanding.

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The PASCH Initiative, or “Schools: Partners for the Future,” promotes German language learning worldwide. Started in 2008 by the German Federal Foreign Office, it involves the ZfA, Goethe-Institut, DAAD, and PAD. PASCH supports over 2,000 schools globally, fostering cooperation, intercultural exchange, and understanding. It provides programs like student exchanges, teacher training, and cultural events.

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The WDA, or “Weltverband Deutscher Auslandsschulen,” is the World Association of German Schools Abroad. Founded in 2005, it supports over 130 German schools in more than 70 countries. The WDA promotes German language and culture, helping schools grow and improve. It offers teacher training, curriculum development, and cultural exchange programs.

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The American Association of Teachers of German (AATG) is a professional organization for German language educators in the U.S. Founded in 1926, it has over 3,500 members. AATG promotes learning and teaching German language, literature, and culture. It offers conferences, workshops, and resources for professional development. AATG also supports student exchange programs, scholarships, and awards to promote German studies.

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ACTFL, the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, is a group for U.S. language teachers founded in 1967. It aims to improve foreign language teaching from kindergarten to graduate school. ACTFL offers resources and professional development, including conferences and proficiency tests. It promotes language education advocacy and public awareness of learning foreign languages. ACTFL influences policies and practices in language education.

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PAMLA, the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, represents scholars in literary and cultural studies in the Western U.S., Canada, and Asia. Founded in 1907, it has over 1,000 members. PAMLA hosts an annual conference for sharing research and professional development. It also publishes the journal Pacific Coast Philology. PAMLA promotes the study and teaching of literature and culture with a focus on diversity and inclusivity.

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The German Language School Conference (GLSC) is an association of German language schools in the U.S. and Canada. Founded in 1954, it has over 50 member schools. The GLSC supports German language learning and teaching, offering resources and a platform for sharing best practices. It provides a certification program for German language teachers, promoting high teaching standards. The GLSC plays a key role in promoting German language and culture education in North America.