News & announcements
Enrollment for Spring Semester
Our 2015 Spring Semester starts on 1/31 (see
Students that were enrolled in the Fall
Semester 2014 and then attend class on 1/31 become
automatically re-enrolled. But you
MUST let us know if a student will NOT ATTEND ON 1/31 and
plans to continue at SBDS, otherwise he/she may loose the
spot in the class. A simple email is sufficient,
enrollment forms are only needed for NEW student
applications. Please let us know ASAP if your student will
not continue at SBDS and you have not notified us yet.
We apologize in advance for any
disappointments. SBDS received an unexpected and
overwhelming high amount of new student applications for the
2015 Spring Semester (>2x than in previous years).
Unfortunately we are not able to accommodate everybody, our
staff is working hard to find a good solution for all
students and works on a process adjustment with
priorities/assessments for incoming students. Tuitions and
payments are due in February and can be paid in the office
(check or cash only).
Thanks for your understanding and
Please scroll down for the link to
download the Enrollment Form.
Please mark you calendar for the German
Immersion Day on March 29th.
More details, a video and sign-up information
will be available shortly.
Please stay tuned and check this page for
More information go to our
Openings at SBDS.
The South Bay German Language Saturday School
(SBDS) in Campbell/San Jose has an immediate opening for a
Teacher for the Pre-K and the 1st/2nd Grade and 3rd-5th Grade class rooms.
For details please click
Volunteering @ SBDS
The success of our school is largely
reliant on parents and members being actively involved.
Consequently SBDS needs your help and
Volunteer Sign-ups are ALWAYS available during recess
For more details about volunteering opportunities, please
Thank you and
we look forward to seeing you in the new school year.
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