The Autumn semester for adults begins the week of September 18 and will end the week of November 27, with a week off for Thanksgiving. Registration is now open for the Autumn session. See the schedule below.
There are 2 classes for Children this session, including a new one for older kids. Note that the kid’s classes have different starting dates. Further details are posted on the Children’s page. *Details on Children’s page Here*
Important: Classes require textbooks except for Intermediate Conversation. Details on textbook page here. Textbooks can take a few weeks to arrive, so order as soon as you can.
Details below for Free and Fun activities.
Some language hints – all about Cognates HERE
German Language classes FOR ADULTS
The Autumn Semester will begin the week of September 18. All classes will be in person at the Haus.
Details on class size, refund policy and all the policy details here.
class schedule autumn 2023 Adults
A1.1 – Beginner sequence, Course 1, 1st of 5 Courses
Thursday, 6:00 pm-7:30 (Starts September 21)
Saturday, 9 am-10:30 (Starts September 23)
A1.2 – Beginner sequence, Course 2, 2nd of 5 Courses
Tuesday, 4:30 pm-6:00 (Starts September 19)
A1.3 – Beginner sequence, Course 3, 3rd of 5 Courses
Wednesday, 6:15 pm-7:45 (Starts September 20)
A1.4 – Beginner sequence, Course 4, 4th of 5 Courses
Tuesday, 6:15 pm – 7:45 (Starts September 19)
A1 Comprehensive – Beginner sequence, Course 5, 5th of 5 Courses (Optional)
Course is not taught this session
A2.1 – Elementary sequence, Course 1, 1st of 5 Courses
Saturday, 1:00 pm – 2:30 (Starts September 23)
B1.3– Intermediate sequence, Course 3, 3rd of 5 courses
Saturday, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (Starts September 23)
B1 Comprehensive – Intermediate sequence, Course 5, 5th of 5 Courses
Course is not taught this session
Wednesday, 4:30 pm-6 (Starts June 28)
(Requires completion of B1 level or approval of teacher) For teacher approval, email LearnGerman@deutscheshaus.org, stating your desire to join the class and outlining your previous German language experience. Please also provide your phone number so the teacher can contact you if necessary for more information. We will respond with approval.
Tuition prices – adults
- Adults: Regular 10 week classes
- $182 – Deutsches Haus Non-Members
- $165 – Deutsches Haus Members
A convenience fee of approximately $4 will be added to the price when paying online.
Registration for Autumn classes is now open. *Click here to pay and register*
Private lessons may also be available.
For more information or for questions, please email:
German Class Coordinator
2023 LANGUAGE SESSIONS
The planned dates for the 2023 adult language sessions are:
|Session||Begins Week of||Ends Week of||Notes|
|Winter||January 2||March 13||Week off for Mardi Gras|
|Spring||April 3||June 5|
|Summer||June 26||August 28|
|Autumn||September 18||November 27||Week off for Thanksgiving|
FREE AND FUN ACTIVITIES
German Folk SINGING
Liederkranz is back! A new opportunity to practice German is a German Folk Sing-A-Long or Liederkranz . Not a German language class. It’s just for fun. With an emphasis of singing songs “auf deutsch”, the goal is to honor the German heritage that is remembered in old German folk songs, with perhaps a passing nod to more current German melodies. Free and open to the public. Just for fun – come and sing. Those learning German might find it helpful for practicing German pronunciation and learning about German culture. On the third Thursday evening of the month. See this month’s schedule here.
A German Detective series on PBS
WYES Passport Members can watch the two season series “Luna and Sophie“. in German with English subtitles. Still available on PBS streaming. Luna Kunathr and Sophie Pohlmann are best friends and polar opposites. They are also partners in solving crimes. Set in Potsdam, near Berlin. German with English subtitles.
German Book CLub
Date and time for the 2nd book meeting has not been picked yet. Check back for information on our next Book Club meeting. More Details Here
German Movies at the Haus
Twice a month on Kino night. See this month’s schedule here.
CASUAL GERMAN CONVERSATION
Meet with other German speakers for an hour of open conversation at the Haus, two Sundays a month. Check the newsletter for the dates and times.