GERMAN SCHOOL campus Proud Member
As of today, we are pleased to announce that we have joined the WDA (Weltverband Deutscher Auslandsschulen).
GERMAN SCHOOL CAMPUS
The school is a leader in the field of extracurricular German language education in California, which is gaining popularity not just in California but across the United States. In 2015, Mrs. Ursula Schoeneich established German School Campus, Inc.
Learners of German often begin with the Absolute Beginner level (A1) and progress through the various levels as their needs evolve.
The examinations are open to you.
- First through Fourth Year German Test of the American Association of Teachers of German
- The German Language Diplomas I and II, as well as the Advanced Placement (AP) German Language and Literature courses (Advanced Placement for the College).
Vocabulary and grammatical ideas are taught in a way that pupils are more likely to remember them. Sports-wise, they make the most of their prime location just off Newport Bay by taking the students kayaking or teaching them how to set up a sail—all while speaking German. Whoever said learning new words had to be boring was clearly wrong!
Events are held for German Reunification Week, Martin Luther King Day, St. Nicholas Day, Christmas, Carnival, Easter, May Day, and German Heritage Day in America to help students better understand and appreciate German culture.
The Newport Beach location of the school is used not just for regular lessons (on Monday and Thursday afternoons), but also for an annual STEM / MINT summer camp.
The German School Campus Newport Beach is an institution with the goal of helping its students become fluent in German or get better at the language. Kids and teens, both native and non-native speakers, can enroll in these classes. All students of the school are afforded the same rights, advantages, programs, and activities at the Newport Beach campus, regardless of race, color, religion, nationality, or ethnicity. In the administration of its educational policy, it does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, or national or ethnic origin.
Distance learning courses in German have been accessible to students since 2009.