A Journey Pre-K and up

Multi Class Levels K-5 at GERMAN SCHOOL campus

New at GERMAN SCHOOL campus – full-time Pre-K program for children aged 4 and up!

Teaching preschool to first grade can be an exciting and rewarding experience.

We create a welcoming environment. We make sure the learning environment is welcoming and safe for young children. We use bright colors, posters, and familiar objects to make the classroom a fun and welcoming place for children to learn.

We use hands-on activities: Children at this age learn best through hands-on experiences. To help children learn, we plan activities where they can touch things, make things, and play games.

Repetition is key in helping young children learn and remember new information. We use repetition to reinforce key concepts and vocabulary.

Children today know a lot about technology, and using it can help keep their attention and help them learn.

We encourage social-emotional development. Young children are still developing their social and emotional skills. Teach skills such as taking turns, sharing, and showing kindness to others. We provide opportunities for children to practice these skills throughout the day.

Storytelling is a great way to engage young children and reinforce learning. We use stories to introduce new concepts and vocabulary and encourage children to tell their own stories.

Communication with parents is key to helping young children succeed. We keep parents informed of what their child is learning and how they can support their child’s learning at home.

Remember, every child is unique and may have different needs and learning styles. We are flexible and willing to adjust our teaching methods to meet the needs of each child in our classroom. With patience, creativity, and a good attitude, we can help young children develop a love of learning that will serve them well throughout their academic careers.


Enrollment GERMAN SCHOOL

School year: 08 – 2023 to 06 – 2024

Register by May 2023, and the $100 registration fee will be waived.

Please enroll now before the limited places are gone!

Registration is open for the school year 2023 / 2024

At Newport Beach Main Campus


For decades, the “Schultüte” school cone has been a tradition in Germany.

What is the “Schultüte” tradition?

The “Schultüte” tradition is a long-standing practice in Germany that has been celebrated for generations. This unique tradition involves the creation of a cone-shaped container, which is then filled with treats and school supplies, and given to children on their first day of school.

The “Schultüte” is traditionally presented to children on their first day of school, often filled with candy, small toys, and school supplies. The “Schultüte” is thought to have originated in the 19th century as a way to make the first day of school a special and exciting experience for children.

The cone-shaped container, which is typically made out of colorful paper or cardboard, is decorated with images and designs that reflect the child’s interests and personality. It is then filled with treats, such as chocolates and candies, as well as practical items like notebooks, pencils, and crayons, that the child will need for their studies.

The “Schultüte” is not only a fun and exciting tradition for children but also a meaningful and memorable experience that can be cherished for years to come. In addition to providing a sense of excitement and anticipation for the first day of school, it also represents the beginning of a new chapter in the child’s life, one that is filled with growth, learning, and exploration.

The “Schultüte” tradition has become an important cultural symbol in Germany, representing the importance of education and the value that society places on the education of its children. It is a tradition that is deeply ingrained in German culture and is passed down from generation to generation.


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