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Enrollment GERMAN SCHOOL campus

Enrollment GERMAN SCHOOL campus

GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach CA 92663 is now accepting enrollment for the school year 2016 / 2017. Please find the forms and information below.

School year 2016 / 2017

Campus Location:
Youth Center Newport Beach Sea Base, 1931 West Coast Hwy, Newport Beach CA 92663

You can find all forms here

School start

Monday August 29th, 2016
Beginner class 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Advanced 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Thursday September 1st, 2016
Intermediate 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Tuition School year 2016 – 2017 – $ 1,850 – 39 German classes.

School calendar is online.

Summer Day Camp 2016 at GERMAN SCHOOL campus Newport Beach

STEM Summer Day Camp 2016 German & Environmental Science

  • 1st week Monday June 27th to Friday July 1st
  • 2nd week Tuesday July 5th to Saturday July 9th

Day camp 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Camp location is at our school campus:
1931 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach CA 92663

Please download our Summer Day Camp flyers (fillable PDF files) and return them to us as soon as possible to reserve the spot for your student. You can email the form to [email protected] or dropp them off at our school campus. Spaces are limited!

If you have questions please contact:
Phone: 949-285-0829 – Frau Schoeneich- School Director
(If you need early drop off or late pick up? Please talk to us.)

Wind Farm


„Umdenken- Von der Natur Lernen”

Feuer – Wasser – Erde – Luft

STEM (Science-Technology Engineering-Mathematics). A great week of Science with a wonderful program. Students will boost the German Language.

Classes are by age groups 7 to 17

A1/ Beginner, A2/ Intermediate, B1/ Advanced

Secure your spot and sign up today. Please download the Sign up Form and Summer Day Camp Flyer.



In the United States, National German-American Day, which celebrates German American heritage, is annually observed on October 6.

This holiday commemorates when in 1683 the 13 German families from Krefeld landed in Philadelphia. It was these families that founded Germantown, Pennsylvania which is the first German settlement in the original thirteen American colonies.

Today’s holiday was originally celebrated in the nineteenth century, it died out in World War I and was then revived in 1983.

German American Day President Reagan August 18, 1987
German American Day President Reagan August 18, 1987

To celebrate and honor the 300th anniversary of German American
immigration and culture into the United States, in 1983 President Ronald Reagan proclaimed October 6 as German-American Day. It was on August 6, 1987 that Congress approved S.I. Resolution 108, designating October 6, 1987 as German-American Day and it became Public Law 100-104 when President Reagan signed it on August 18. Proclamation #5719 was issued on October 2, 1987 at which time the President called on Americans to observe the day with appropriate ceremonies and activities. It has been celebrated each year since and other Proclamations have been issued.



Haupteingang Oktoberfest
Haupteingang Oktoberfest
Seit wann gibt es das Oktoberfest?

Seit 1810

Zu welchem Anlass wurde es zum ersten Mal gefeiert?

Zur Hochzeit von Kronprinz Ludwig von Bayern mit Prinzessin Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen.

Woher hat die Theresienwiese ihren Namen?

Von der Braut Prinzessin Therese


Die Stadt München legt fest, dass das Oktoberfest jedes Jahr gefeiert wird.


Erster Trachtenumzug zur Silberhochzeit von Ludwig und Therese.


Die „Bavaria“ wird eingeweiht.


Buden und Zelte werden zum ersten Mal mit elektrischem Licht beleuchtet.


Die erste Hendlbraterei wird eröffnet.


Wirte und Schausteller fahren zur Eröffnung zum ersten Mal gemeinsam zur Festwiese.


Größtes Bierzelt der Welt mit 12.000 Plätzen zum 100. Geburtstag des Oktoberfestes.


Der Oberbürgermeister zapft zum ersten Mal das erste Fass Bier an.


Bombenattentat von Rechtsextremen


Besucherrekord: 7,1 Millionen Gäste


Die „Ruhige Wies’n“: Erst ab 18 Uhr darf in den Zelten Partymusik gespielt werden.


Bierrekord: 7 Millionen Liter