Open House at Preschool and School Entry Level of the German School Washington D.C.

Mar 3, 2017 | Potomac, MD

DSW Enlarge image (© DSW) The Preschool and School Entry Level of the German School Washington D.C. will jointly host an Open House on Friday, March 3, 2017, from 9 am to 12 pm. Visit the schools to learn more about programs for 2, 3, 4 and 5-year-olds, meet teachers and explore the campus. Knowledge of German is not required for admission to the pre-K and Kindergarten programs.

The German School Washington D.C. is a private, co-educational school which provides students with a unique international perspective by combining elements of both U.S. and German academic education. Beyond the daily exposure to German curricula, language and culture, students benefit from a strong focus on sciences and foreign languages. 500 students from over 20 different countries attend the German School Washington D.C. and have the opportunity to graduate with a Maryland High School Diploma and the German International Abitur (DIA). As Washington’s only German full-time day school and one of 140 recognized German Schools Abroad, the German School Washington D.C. offers an attractive alternative to other American independent schools.

If you cannot attend this Open House, please schedule a private tour.

Friday, March 3, 9 am

German School Washington D.C.

8617 Chateau Drive

Potomac, MD


Open House


German International School Washington D.C.


The German International School Washington D.C., located in the picturesque town of Potomac, MD, has been teaching children from preschool through twelfth grade for over 50 years. Known for its strong focus on science and foreign languages, the school prides itself on its challenging German curriculum, taught in a truly international environment. The student body of over 500 is comprised of families from German-speaking countries who temporarily reside in the area for professional reasons, as well as local families with or without a German-speaking parent. The diplomas granted at the end of twelfth grade are the German International Abitur (DIA) and the U.S. High School Diploma. They provide our students access to universities in Europe, in the U.S., and all around the world. Alumni have been accepted to top universities around the world.