At the Germanic-American Institute you and your child have an array of language learning opportunities at your finger tips.
The GAI offers classes for preschool, elementary and middle school students, teenagers and adults from beginner to advanced levels as well as language certification for the most studious scholar.
During the Summer months, your child can attend fun-filled weekly language camps that explore culture, science, sports, cooking, arts and other summer themes.
Seasonal events, like Deutsche Tage (German days) or Winterfest and Fasching (Carnival) offer fun, cultural experiences in a beautiful Summit Avenue indoor or outdoor setting, and can be enjoyed by all ages! Don't forget to sample the array of authentic German food and beverages prepared on site!
twin Cities German Immersion school
Twin Cities German Immersion School is a K-8 tuition free charter school with strong support of dedicated staff, parents and community members under the sponsorship of the Germanic-American Institute.
The school creates a stable and vibrant learning environment that nurtures a child's curiosity and fosters intercultural awareness.
Opportunities for high academic achievement through an innovative and student-centered German immersion curriculum are offered. Students leave prepared for challenging academic settings both at home and abroad.
The TCGIS uses a yearly lottery system to determine new student placement.
concordia language villages
The German Language Village Waldsee offers übercool
adventures in German for beginning through advanced learners, all in a fun, motivating setting with master teachers, talented counselors and participants from across the country and around the world.
Waldsee is the premier German language immersion program in North America and recognized as a national Center of Excellence by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG).
Concordia language villages offer camp experiences in 15 languages during many school breaks, for family weekends and summer camps. All villages are located near Bemidji, Minnesota.