Enrollment for Session III is now closed Deadline was June 26th, 2020
The German-American School Association of Southern California, Inc. (GASA) is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, founded in 1954. GASA offers classroom-based German language programs to children ages 4 – 17 years in its Saturday Schools, ages 3 – 5 years in its Kinderland School. Parent & Me classes for children 1-3 years old are currently offered in Anaheim Hills. Saturday adult classes are offered in our Costa Mesa, Northridge, San Diego, Temple City and Ventura schools, with Monday and Wednesday night Adult Classes in Torrance, (Alpine Village).
Our Saturday Schools offer classes from 9 am to 12 pm at 12 different campuses throughout the Southland. The Kinderland School offers its program twice weekly from 9 am to 12 pm. Our school year coincides with the public school calendar.
Our newest school in Thousand Oaks opened it’s doors on January 11th, 2020.
GASA also offers online courses for different age groups during the school year and summer months, and after-school classes at various locations throughout the school year.
As a non-profit 501(c)(3), GASA relies heavily on and very much appreciates all donations, which allow us to provide more educational opportunities for our students. Your gift is tax-deductible.
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The German American School Association stands firmly in solidarity and support with the Black Community and the Black Lives Matter movement. We invite our families, friends, staff and supporters to join us in making a statement against racial inequity and systemic racism and support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Dear Parents, We are all facing a difficult and constantly changing situation at this time. As all schools will be closed for at least the next two weeks or more, GASA has also decided to close their campuses.
Multilingualism is the norm in most of the world and we believe that children who speak and write more than one language will be better prepared for life in the 21st century with its growing global economy. The best way to master another language is to start learning at an early age.