Schools

The association offers quality courses in four schools in Quebec.

Our Schools

Montreal Center School Montreal Area

German School Montreal Center

Are you looking for a pleasant and efficient way to learn more about the German culture and language, mother tongue of more than 100 million people worldwide. The school offers German courses of all levels to all age groups.

South Shore School Montreal Area

German School South-Shore

Our German language school has been teaching German since 1986 and it mainly targets the South Shore community, but anyone who is interested in learning the German language and culture is welcome.

The school offers courses on the Kindergarten (3 to 5 years), Elementary (6 to 11 years) and High school (12 to 17 years) levels, as well as the 'Deutsches Sprachdiplom I and II' (15 to 20 years) and courses for adults.

Baie-D'Urfé School West Island Area

German School Baie-D'Urfé

Our classes are for everyone and we can accommodate students without any knowledge of German as well as native German speakers. Since our courses are accredited by the Ministry of Education of Québec, our secondary students receive four creditsfor each year completed.

We also offer Deutsches Sprachdiplom I and II classes. The text and exams for this course of study are selected by the Council of Education Ministers of Germany and their successful completion certifies that the students possess the requisite German language proficiency required of foreign students who wish to study at the university level in Germany.

Our classes are small for individual attention, and are taught by qualified German-speaking teachers. Students are grouped according to age and knowledge and classes are structured to incorporate traditions, folklore, music and geography of the German-speaking countries into the academic program.

Quebec City School Quebec Area

German School Ville de Québec

The school offers quality German courses at very competitive prices for people of all ages. We not only want to teach the German language but also to introduce aspects of the German culture. In our interactive lessons in small groups, the teachers privilege the oral communication without neglecting, on the other hand, a solid grammatical knowledge.



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