L EARN G ERMAN ...
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German School of Connecticut learning for the future
Nothing connects us to a country more than its language. Speaking German can help you strengthen that connection while enhancing travel, education and business horizons. Established in 1978, the German School of Connecticut – the only professional German Saturday School in the state – provides a high-quality German educational program for over 350 children and adults. Classes are held on two campuses (Stamford and West Hartford), and feature a dual-track curriculum for non-native beginners, and native or near-fluent speakers. Students – ranging from Pre-School through High School and Adult – learn, improve or maintain German language skills while celebrating German, Austrian and Swiss cultures.
x Two convenient locations: Stamford & West Hartford x Dual-Track Curriculum for both beginners/ non-native, and native or near-fluent students
“Fluency in German gave my daughter that extra edge to get into her first choice in college… and later helped her find a job as well!” - Mother of Former Student
x All grades: pre-K-12, and adult classes too! x Dedicated, professional teachers
“My children learned so much at GSC that when we go to Germany, they feel at home with the language and culture.” - German Parent x Best CT results in the National German AATG Examinations x Deutsches Sprachdiplom A2, B1, C1 satisfying German university entrance language requirements x Prepare for SAT Subject Test and AP German Exams
“My Business Studies got me the interview, but I am convinced my fluency in German landed the job.” - Former Student/Business Major
Students learn for their future Many students realize the advantage of studying one of Europe’s leading languages: Some plan to study in a German speaking country of Europe. Others study to gain a professional advantage. High school students can take a special German language exam, which fulfills the language requirements for direct entry at a German university. High School students are also eligible to receive high school foreign language credit for their studies. They can also prepare for the AATG National German Exam and the AP German Language Exam earning one or more US college credits.
For more details, please see our website at: www.GermanSchoolCT.org
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