Deutsche Schule Ann Arbor
The Deutsche Schule Ann Arbor’s (DSAA) mission is to develop students’ proficiency in German via formal and informal instruction with the use of academic textbooks and to introduce the students to the cultural heritage of German speaking countries’ and the role they play in the global community and economy.
Founded in December 2007 by parents who wanted to give their bilingual children a wonderful opportunity to enhance their German skills through reading, writing, games, songs and movies, the school started out with only nine children and has expanded to 50 children by 2011.
DSAA currently offers classes on Saturdays for children ages 3 – 10 in German and German as a second language as well as German classes for adults. They usually take place twice a month from 9:30am to noon, September through June.
Cultural celebrations give students an opportunity to learn the historic significance of events and celebrate the way people do in German-speaking countries. Celebrations include Sankt Martins Feier, Nikolausfeier, Fasching, Easter and a summer party. >> Read more
Contact: Yvonne Stevens