GERMAN SCHOOL campus proud Member
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.
Since 2009, German lessons are also available in distance learning.