Preschool-12 Dual Language Education in
Two Locations in the Bay Area

Elementary School Camp SF: Age 6 - 9

>>> Location: 117 Diamond Street, San Francisco

Our camp for kids who have completed 1st Grade by the summer and up blends classroom study of the German language in the morning with engaging activities in the afternoon.

Morning German classes consists of max. 12 students and one teacher. In the classroom, instructors teach in German exclusively, no matter the level of German.

Afternoon Activities are held in the same class setting with one teacher and are likely to be outdoors. Children may take daily field trips to popular San Francisco locations.

Activities are exciting, active, and social, and offer a "lived" experience of German. Instructors speak mostly German, with a sprinkling of English to ensure everyone can follow along.

Our camp is a 2 week-long or three long intensive immersive German environment that brings students closer to the language and culture, and to their peers who share a connection with or interest in German. 

Registration opens:

  •  on February 1st, at 6pm

Enrollment for Summer Camp is on a first come, first served basis.
Registration will close on May 24.

Once capacities for sessions are reached, or if we do not have enough staff due to teacher's shortage, if not enough children sign up for a class, or if CDC guidelines change we cannot guarantee desired schedules or camp availability. 

Enrollment from waitlists when possible.


Sign up for a 2 week package for Full Day (AM Camp + PM Camp).
Supervised lunch included for everyone.

AM Camp: 9am - 12pm
Supervised Lunch: 12pm - 1pm
PM Camp: 1pm - 4pm


Registration is first come, first served, with caps on all programs. Register early to secure your desired schedule.


                                             WEEK 1 & 2

                                                                               06/ 27-07/ 08   

                                                                         *No camp on July 4th.


AM Camp: German Language Classes

Groups are capped at max 12 students each with one instructor. All materials are provided.

Please note that students must be able to read and write in English to participate.

AM Camp: 9am - 12pm / snack break 10:30am - 11am


Supervised Lunch

Supervised by our instructors and our camp managers, each group from Elementary School Camp, enjoy and outdoor lunch and games.

Please pack a hearty lunch! Kids get hungry in camp. 

Supervised Lunch: 12pm - 1pm


PM Camp: Afternoon Activities

German language classes in the morning are complemented by a fun-filled afternoon program that introduces students to sports, music, art and other activities in mostly German and some English.

Different activities are offered daily.

Students will stay in one group with one or two instructors for as long as two weeks. Afternoon Activities are very likely to be taught outside. Students and staff are asked to wear a mask and keep social distance at all times.

Due to our regulations this year, groups always stay in the same setting for language classes and afternoon activities. Activities will  change daily. A set afternoon activity schedule will be send out to all language classes once available. For more information about variety of activities see below. 

PM Camp: 1pm - 4pm / first activity: 1pm - 2:20pm / second activity: 2:40pm - 4pm

European Travelers 
Europe is a diverse continent. Our adventure goes through Italy, France, Germany and Austria and we will explore the geography, history and culture of each country along the way. We will travel with handmade maps and passports and will have hands-on fun with country-specific crafts.

Mad Scientist 
Science plays an important role in helping children explore and understand the world around them. In this hands-on class, we will be learning about biology, chemistry and physics by conducting experiments, observing our environment and recording our results.

Sports & Games 
Get active with all kinds of German Games and Activities—from Völkerball, Fußball and Basketball to Topfschlagen and Ochs am Berg, this is traditional outdoor fun and “Sport” just like in Germany!

Yoga & Meditation

Learn basic yoga poses in a playful way. Yoga practice is complemented by relaxation and meditation, and lots of fun games and group exercises that build balance, concentration, and body awareness.

Little Architects 
Design and build a collaborative miniature city out of cardboard and all kinds of junk! We will learn vocabulary for all city landmarks and discuss urban life.