Open House at New German Bilingual School for Children in San Francisco

New German Bilingual Program for children in San Francisco

Do you live in San Francisco and would like your toddler practice his/her German also in Kindergarten? AltSchool in San Francisco has started a German Bilingual program in collaboration with families from Kinderhaus, San Francisco’s only German preschool.

Kinderhaus’ families wanted a progressive, child-centered program, which also was rigorous in German language. The launch of the inaugural German Bilingual program at AltSchool’s Dogpatch school has been a success. The program fosters a whole-child, personalized learning experience while developing proficiency in the German language. Class work is 50% in German and 50% in English, and educators inspire an appreciation of German culture, arts, and history through project-based learning.

The school is accepting applications for TK – 2nd grade from students who are strongly proficient in the German language. If you are interested in learning more about the program, please attend the AltSchool German Open House!

The Open House event will be led by German Bilingual program co-teacher and Head of School, Annette Bauer.

OPEN HOUSE EVENT Details including registration information:                                              Date: Monday, November 23, 2015                                                                          Time: 10:30-11:30 am                                                                                           Location: AltSchool Dogpatch, 610 20th Street, San Francisco, 94107

You can Register for the Open House also online today!

Additional information on AltSchool German Bilingual Program

AltSchool’s German bilingual program is TK-2nd grade, with a minimum age of 4 years, 9 months at start date. Applications from children that are strongly proficient in German are welcomed.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.                                                     Monthly tuition is $2925 per month, with a 10-month minimum per year. This tuition covers all supplies and field trips and accounts for German curriculum and rich language instruction. The school offers up to $5,000 merit scholarships to students fluent in German, to encourage a rich language experience in the classroom.



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