Die Vorstandsvorsitzende der German School Campus, Frau Ursula Schoeneich reiste vom 3.-9.Juni nach Berlin, um an der WDA Tagung teilzunehmen.
Die Tagung bot den Mitgliedern die Möglichkeit sich über die aktuellsten Entwicklungen im Auslandsschulwesen zu informieren und mit anderen Schulträgern und Trägern der auswärtigen Kultur und Bildungspolitik und Partnern der Wirtschaft, auszutauschen.
Das diesjährige Symposium stand unter dem Motto „Werte vermitteln-Fachkräfte bilden. Deutsche Auslandsschulen als Leuchttürme in unsicheren Zeiten.“ Das Thema zog sich als roter Faden durch die Veranstaltungen von Mittwoch bis Samstag. Den Deutschen Auslandsschulen lässt man eine besondere Bedeutung zukommen, da sie als traditionell bedeutsamer Spiegel der Grundwerte Deutschlands im Ausland gesehen werden.
Marwan a student we cannot be more proud of. He was one of the first students at German school Campus.
Today on his Graduation he was wearing the German 2019 Tassel and black-red-yellow-cord. He will have the Global Seal of Bi-literacy on his High School Diploma. Marwan accomplished the B1 / Deutsche Sprachdiplom I, AATG 4, AP German, C1 / Deutsche Sprachdiplom II.
Marwan is a member of the honor Society Delta Epsilon Phi and Alumni California Delta ETA and received the American Association of Teaches of German (AATG) outstanding High School Senior in German Award. Marwan was elected for excellent academic achievement, demonstrated exceptional commitment to the study of German, and participation in extracurricular activities related to German. AATG also acknowledge the German Teacher Frau Ursula Schoeneich for providing quality language instructions to the students of German School campus. His name will be listed on the Outstanding Senior in German Honor Roll on AATG’s website. Marwan will speak on Saturday to our students on their Award Day. We wish Marwan „Alles Gute für die Zukunft!“
Dear Colleague,On behalf of the Executive Council of the American Association of Teachers of German, I would like to commend you and your students for participating in the 2019 AATG National German Exam for High School Students.
Nearly 19,600 students participated in the program this year, and your students’ involvement in this national competition brings honor to your school, your district, and your German program. The AATG salutes the tremendous work you do every day preparing students for tomorrow’s world with skills in German that will enhance their educational and career opportunities.
We greatly appreciate the support the German program has from your administration and we are especially grateful for your involvement and dedication to students.
Thank you for participating in this valuable program. We wish you and your students continued success in German!
Im Rahmen der WDA Amerika Tagung 2018 (Weltverband Deutscher Auslandsschulen mit Sitz in Berlin), reiste die Vorstandsvorsitzende der German School Campus Inc aus Newport Beach Kalifornien, Frau Schoeneich nach Valdivia in Chile. Die Einladung galt der 160 Jahr Feier der Deutschen Schule Valdivia in Süd Chile zu der Vorstandsvorsitzende, Schulleiter und Vorstandsmitglieder aus zehn Ländern Nord und Südamerikas, sowie Vertreter des WDA aus China, Frankreich, Kolumbien und Deutschland anreisten.
Vom 25.10.2018 bis 28.10. 2018 trafen sich die Mitglieder um gemeinsam mit Vertretern der ZfA (Zentralstelle für das Auslandsschulwesen) und dem Ministerium für Bildung aus Rheinland-Pfalz auch über Themen der Vorstandsarbeit und Verwaltung und Schulleitung zu diskutieren und sich mit dem Thema Bildung Made in Germany und Begegnung der Kulturen – Herausforderung und Chancen für das Schulmanagement zu beschäftigen.
Der erste Eindruck bei der Landung in Valdivia war, dass es doch sehr grün dort aussah, mit Landwirtschaftlichen Flächen, Kühe, die weideten und Pferden auf den Koppeln.
Der Eröffnungsempfang fand im Ruderverein Phoenix statt, der 880 gegründet wurde und direkt am Valdivia -Fluss lag. Von dort aus waren es nur 15 Kilometer bis zum Pazifischen Ozean.
Am 2. Tag fand die Tagung in der Aula der Deutschen Schule Carlos Anwandter statt und man lernte die deutsche Schule mit einem gemeinsamen Rundgang durch Klassenräume, Sporthalle und Außenanlage kennen.
Carl Anwandter wanderte 1850 vom Brandenburgischen Luckenwalde nach Valdivia aus, gründete die Anwandter Brauerei, die Freiwillige Feuerwehr Germania, den Deutschen Club und die deutsche Schule im Jahr 1858. Es hatten schon 14 Generationen in dieser Schule ihren deutschen Schulabschluss gemacht, und so hat es niemanden verwundert, dass in der Stadt sehr viele Leute bereits die deutsche Sprache sprachen.
Zur 160 Jahr Feier fand im Auditorium der Universität San Sebastian Valdivia eine Theateraufführung statt, bei der die Schüler aller Jahrgangsstufen der Deutschen Schule ein Programm zusammengestellt hatten mit dem Motto einer Zeitmaschine von der Entstehung der Schule zur heutigen Zeit. Die Jüngsten der Kindergarten Klassen kamen mit Laternen auf die Bühne und sangen „Sankt Martin.“
Der folgende Tag galt der gemeinsamen Netzwerkarbeit in Arbeitsgruppen und Workshops über die Verbandsentwicklung.
Ein gemeinsamer Ausflug mit Booten zum Restaurant Rio Ariba hinterließ einen großartigen Eindruck von der Schönheit der Umgebung, der Gastfreundschaft der Chilenen und der schmackhaften Küche.
Der letzte Tag war noch einem Landausflug gewidmet. Im Boot ging es den wunderschönen Flussarm hinauf, eine heutige Seenlandschaft. 1960 entstand durch die Senkung der Erdplatte das bisher größte Erdbeben in der Geschichte (9.4-9.6). So bildete sich diese Seenlandschaft in Valdivia, in der einst nur ein kleiner Fluss zwischen landwirtschaftlichen Flächen, floss.
Den Abschluss bildete eine Einladung zu einem hervorragenden und köstlichen Mittagessen in einer Reiterstube, bei der folkloristische Tänzer/innen eine traditionelle Darbietung gaben.
Am Nachmittag wurden alle Beteiligten zum Flughafen gefahren und jeder konnte seine Rückflug antreten.
Es war beeindruckend, wie stark der Einfluss eines deutschen Immigranten von vor 160 Jahren in dieser Region Chiles zu sehen war.
As a member of the GLSC, our students, together with other German language schools in the USA, are invited to take part in a writing competition in 2019 as part of the German Year. We are looking for contributions on this topic:
My door to Germany
Photograph your favorite door or choose a royalty-free photo from the Internet!
What is behind it? What does your Germany look like behind this door?
Conditions of participation:
The text length should be max. 1.000 words. Children up to the age of 7 are welcome to paint a picture.
Only essays and pictures with the name and age of the student and the school German School Campus will participate in the competition.
The closing date for entries is 1 April. Please send by March 25th only in Word format: [email protected]
We'll forward the essays to NY. A jury evaluates the entries according to content, creativity and language. Decisions cannot be contested. With the support of the Federal Foreign Office, GLS can award particularly attractive prizes, publish award-winning contributions in a book, and invite selected winners to the November GLSC conference in New York to present their contributions.
The GLSC looks forward to receiving many exciting and interesting stories and photos and creative pictures!
By submitting the entries, the participants or their legal guardians declare that they agree that all products may be published at exhibitions, on the Internet and in a book, provided the names and school names are mentioned.
Dear Respected Business Owner,
Dear Friends of our German Program,
We are a German School with locations in Newport Beach, Aliso Viejo and Carlsbad, with a wonderful German program for students age 4- 17-years. In our morning and afternoon program students build up the language courses over the years and can reach at High school level the German Sprachdiplom I or II which allows them to study in German or Austria on free tuition.
The German language gives students an investment in their future careers. With over 200 million speakers, it’s the language of global importance.
Each year, the school needs to ask for fundraising to raise money for the necessary capital improvement, financial aid and scholarships, which are not covered by tuition.
Some businesses helped to make a difference last year. The donation went to the scholarship fund and helped students to get a tuition free year of German Language classes.
We are also looking to get technology in class.
We are hoping, that your business can donate either goods towards our raffle at the St. Martin Lantern Fest in November 11th, or money this year. This will provide a tax-deduction for your company and a gift to all children. In addition, your donation will be acknowledged on all advertising through social Media and our promotional materials as well as announcement on the event.
Your 100% tax-deductible contribution will earn your business the respectful attention of our communities.
We are thus particularly grateful for the generosity that enables us to maintain our School program and retain a reputation as a center for loving and intelligent child education.
This program is designed for students who want to investigate another language like German, for students who speak German and want to improve as we immerse 8 hours daily the language. Students in the age group of 6-year-old up to 17 are welcome. In playful and fun experiments students will be introduced to science. Every day we look to the Elements of – Earth- Fire- Water- Air. Students learn about the various environments, and become familiar with sustainability, recycling, clean air solutions, wind power and much more. We go on exciting excursions on a pontoon boat to a local Science center in the Bay Area and sail to ocean or go on a Kayak to explore waters. The program binder is written in German and English which each student will receive on the first day plus a German School camp T-shirt. Students will bring their own snacks and lunch for the day. Sign up forms and check payments need to be mailed to German School Administration in no later than June 20th.
GERMAN SCHOOL campus Inc.
Attn. Ursula Schoeneich / Principal
26895 Aliso Creek Rd, #B858
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Please contact me if you have questions: [email protected]
We love to see you and join us for an exciting week of science and outdoor activities.
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GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach Award Ceremony 2018
German school campus, Newport Beach is a Language School open to all children age 6-17 or if they are enrolled in a High School program.
In a special event on Saturday morning German School campus represented by School Director Ms. Ursula Schoeneich honored their outstanding students with certificates and medals. Everyone received a bag with treats and a gift for her/his accomplishment in
the German language.
In German School campus students can earn the Language certificates they need for High School credit and can participate every year in the AATG- National German Exam for High School students. The National German Exam provides an excellent opportunity to highlight student success and promote the German program to school. Recognizing students of the German Language at the special award ceremony every year and the schools honor program are wonderful opportunities for positive publicity for the German School program.
The Exam is comprised of two parts: Reading and Listening and Viewing. The Exam material comes from authentic resources. The Exam has 100 multiple choice and matching questions on each Level.
In 2018 AATG published that 25,939 students entered the exam on Levels 1,2,3 and 4. About 8,302 students earned medals and the Presidential Honor Roll, 3,158 in Gold, 2,461 in Silver and 2,683 in Bronze. 44 students received study trip awards to Germany:
For over 50 years, the Federal Republic of Germany, through the German Foreign Office (Auswärtiges Amt) and its Pedagogical Exchange Service (Pädagogischer Austauschdienst), has provided the AATG/PAD Study Trip Awards, a 3-4-week trip to Germany in the summer following the Exam. Students attend classes at an academic High School stay in homestays, and participate in various excursions to places of cultural significance.
All National German Exam Gold, Silver, and Bronze Award Winners will be honored online with a special commendation from the AATG President. These Awards are given to students who achieved the highest percentile rankings on the NGE. German School campus students have the possibility to be part of this exam program
and they did it! We proudly honored this year 2 students with Bronze and 9 students with Gold certificates and medals.
During the Schools award ceremony one students was sworn in to the Delta Epsilon Phi (ΔΕΦ) National Honor Society for High School Students of German who recognizes the outstanding academic achievement of a learner of German. completed three semesters of German with a 3.6 grade point average in German and have an
overall grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The organization was founded in 1968 by Käthe Wilson at Coral Gables High School
(FL), a devoted AATG member, to reward scholastic achievement in the study of German and to promote interest in the study of German language, literature, and civilization.
Additionally, two students were honored who mastered the Goethe C1 Sprachdiplom in April 2018.
We are proud to announce that we are the latest member of WDA Weltverband Deutscher Auslandsschulen.
GERMAN SCHOOL CAMPUS
In the context of extracurricular German language teaching in California, which is gaining importance not only in this state, but generally in the US, the school occupies an important position.
German School Campus Inc was founded in 2015 by Mrs. Ursula Schoeneich.
Students start with the German Beginner's Course A1 and build up the language courses over the years.
You can take the exams
AATG German Examination for High School 1 to 4,
A1, A2, the German Language Diploma I and
the German Language Diploma II as well as AP German (Advanced Placement for the College).
Part of the teaching philosophy is to help students retain new vocabulary and learn grammatical concepts more easily. When talking about sports, they take advantage of the exceptional location just off Newport Bay and take the students out to sea for kayaking or rigging a sailboat “in German”. Who says working on new vocabulary is not fun ?!
In order to bring the German culture closer to the students, the school has cultural events throughout the year, such as the German Reunification Week, St. Martin's Day, St. Nicholas, Christmas, Carnival, Easter, May Day, German Heritage Day in America.
In addition to classes (Monday and Thursday afternoon) at the Newport Beach site, the school also runs a yearly STEM / MINT summer camp each year.
The mission of the German School Campus Newport Beach is a language school that is open to all students who want to master the German language or acquire German language skills. Courses are offered for native and non-native speakers ages 4 to 17. The Newport Beach campus offers students of all races, color, religion, national and ethnic origin all rights, privileges, programs and activities that are generally granted and made available to the students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color and religion, national or ethnic origin in the management of its education policy.
What a beautiful day at Sea Base Open House. Kids got an excursion on the water in a Sail boat, Pontoon boat or row the boat and kayak. They got a hand on fishing and life science.
Principal Ursula Schoeneich worked with children on the “Bridge to Europe” game to wake the interest of another language like German. Children of all ages with or without their parents challenged themselves to find the capital cities of European countries on the map.
The Sea Scouts did very well. Sea Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Cup Scouts raised the American Flag.
German School campus presented the STEM Summer camp program and talked about the opportunities the German language can have and with how much fun the language will be learned . As this was a Community event, German school Campus hand out 100 donuts, treats and balloons to the children.