General Semester Information
A strong team of experienced and dedicated teachers is developing the curriculum for the German School Of Northeast Kansas. German is spoken almost exclusively during instruction. In order to create an interactive and cohesive community of German speakers, each Saturday session will begin with an ‘assembly’ in which all classes - students of all ages - participate. Following the assembly, three classes will then meet simultaneously for one hour.For our younger students, we offer 2 classes, the Bären, beginnig at age 4 through age 7 and the Igel, age 7 through 14 years of age. Both groups, at age appropriate levels, will work with themes based on authentic stories, develop conversational skills, and progress to reading and writing practice. All students of the various age groups are involved in role-plays.The adult class, Sterne, will concentrate on conversational skills while immersed in the language, with a thematic focus based on the participants’ interests.
For class specific details, please following this link.
Class Levels Being Offered
For our Spring semester (Spring of 2015) our team of experienced and dedicated teachers will facilitate three proficiency levels:
Bären: Ages 4-7 (beginning level)
Students must be 4 years of age by September 8th
Igel: Ages 7-14 (beginning level)
Sterne: Ages 14 - Adult
Session length is determined by class level.
9.30 - 9.45 am Morgenkreis (Opening group circle time) - all students
9.45 - 11.00 am Students meet in their individual classes until the school bell rings just a few minutes prior to 11 am
Enrollment is currently underway and you are more than welcome to also drop us a note here to begin the registration process.
To enroll, please contact the administrator and provide the following details with your note, along with a completed Registration document, which can be found at the top of this page:
- Age of child and prior experience with German
- Your contact information, preferably including an email
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The German School Of Northeast Kansas (GSNEKS) is open to all students who desire to learn the German language, enhance existing skill levels or simply want to maintain their German language skills, native or non-native speakers alike.The GSNEKS accepts students from pre-school age through adulthood. The school year consists of two 12-week sessions, beginning in September and January, respectively.
All classes meet on Saturday mornings from 9:30 am until 11:00 am at the location outlined below.If a class session falls on or close to a Holiday, the school will post cancellation notices in advance.
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Spring 2015 - The semester begins on January 24th;
Saturdays without class will be announced at the beginning of the semester.
determined by class level
9.30 am - 11.00 am
Please arrive a few minutes early
9.30 - 9.45 am Morgenkreis - all students
9.45 - 11.00 am Igel - Students meet in their individual classes until the bell rings just a few minutes prior to 11 for closing activities
Partly based on age but also on familiarity and experience with the German language
Bishop Seabury Academy, Reese Hall
4120 Clinton Parkway
Lawrence Kansas 66047
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Tuition and Enrollment
Spring 2015 semester: $150 per student plus $30 registration fee.
The cut off date for Spring semester enrollment is January 25th; any interested parties after this date will be offered enrollment for the subsequent semester.
Pro rated tution is currently not being offered.
If enrolling via email, once your information has been received by the administrator, you will be contacted with additional information, such as confirmation of first class session, class location and any additional registration information, if needed.
Documents may also be downloaded from the left navigation at the top of this page.
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