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    1. DC Bilingual Public Charter School

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    21 reviews
    DC Bilingual Public Charter School
    Location
    5
    Prices
    5
    Classes
    5
    Facilities
    5
    Teachers
    5

    Address: 33 Riggs Rd NE, Washington, DC 20011

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 750-6674

    Guy: Charter school



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    kassahun workneh: Hi I love the school, my son likes it to and he has been there since he was a little baby. This is his ninth year at the school and currently in fourth grade and about to go to fifth grade. He has made lots and lots of friends and every year he makes a new friend. They have classes of Spanish and English. I in Spanish they learn reading and writing and science. I in English they learn math and writing and reading.

    LaShae Ferguson: My daughter's experience has been amazing with CAPCS-Amos 2. Since the first day, she has been excited about going to school, learning and making new friends. Already, she's counting in Spanish, beginning to read and everyday, she is surprising me with the new things she's learning. I approve of the Reggio-inspired program at CAPCS-Amos 2 and even though I did not really understand the fundamentals initially, it works! The teachers, staff and extraordinary program have exceeded my expectations. In addition, the school always keeps the parents informed through phone calls, text messages and a large digital board near the entrance of the school. I plan to enroll my youngest child there next year. LaShae Ogunfiditimi

    Kevin Ventura: I love it Great Education

    Milton Avalostorres- Class of 2022: i was a dcb too

    Clark Johnson: great education

    Camila Martel: (Translated by Google) For me it is one of the best school my son has grown in DC bilingual. God bless all the teachers. (Original) Para Mi Es Una De Las Mejoress Escuela Mis Hijo An Crecido En DC Bilingual Que Dios Bendiga A Todos Los Maestros

    2. Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School

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    13 reviews
    Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School
    Location
    5
    Prices
    5
    Classes
    5
    Facilities
    5
    Teachers
    5

    Address: 5000 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20011

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 726-6200

    Guy: Montessori school



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    Jennifer Anthony: awesome I just moved ther

    Yoissi Ramos: unique

    Anibal Segovia: Great

    Carlos Lopez: (Translated by Google) It is bilingual(Original)Es bilingual

    3. Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School

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    12 reviews
    Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School
    Location
    4.8
    Prices
    4.8
    Classes
    4.9
    Facilities
    4.8
    Teachers
    4.8

    Address: 30 P St NW, Washington, DC 20001

    Telephone: (202) 750-7060

    Guy: Charter school



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    Osa Obaseki: My experience started off very well at this school. My son first attended during the 2013-2014 school year in 2nd grade. I was very impressed. The mission, his teachers, the attention my son received; I was very satisfied. In my opinion, all of that drastically fell off as they moved into a new building and grew larger. As the staff multiplied the quality divided. Unfortunately none of those dividends worked in favor of my son. The teaching staff became too over worked and was unable to attend to my son's relatively simple academic needs (the school is equipped with an inclusion team but I guess since my son isn't a "special needs" case, his support wasn't that urgent to ANYONE). It's clear that though they emphasize bilingual education there is very little cultural competency among the staff (a teacher made some culturally insensitive remarks to me, I sent a simple email to leadership suggesting some training for the staff, not an apology, that was met with an apology from said teacher.....the training never happened and coincidentally the same teacher later made another culturally insensitive remark to me). To go along with that, very few people that work at the school even speak to me as I walk through the halls. I guess that's fine if that's the culture they strive for but the people at the front desk barely say anything to me when I walk in...and that's their job. I have some suspicions as to why that is but I'll keep that to myself. Based on my experience it seems that there is a lack of behavioral structure in place which breeds many avoidable behavioral incidents (many of which go unreported for some strange reason). My son doesn't cause any problems but is often victim to the consequences what seems to be lack of classroom management skills in many of his classes. I've concluded that the leadership of the school is piss poor. I have never encountered a "leader" of any organization that avoids leading their staff when necessary. It's hard to blame the staff for anything knowing that they don't have any leadership that takes charge. This isn't to knock the whole school and this is just my own experience. I'm sure there are many families at the school that are receiving great customer service and attention. I just wish that after attending for almost 3 years, I had that privilege.

    tyeshia johnson: My son is a pre k4 student and I love this school. Such a great place for him to learn about the world around him in a diverse environment where he is learning another language!!

    Ileana Schinder: Awesome school, great teachers and excellent curriculum.

    Euclides Rengifo: (Translated by Google) I like MVPCS. Honestly it is a wonderful world where education and culture is built in English and Spanish. Students and Teachers maintain a pleasant educational environment with a policy of care and preservation of Nature. (Original) Me gusta MVPCS. Sinceramente es un mundo maravilloso donde se construye educación y cultura en Ingles y Español. Los estudiantes y Maestros mantienen un agradable ambiente educativo con una política del cuidado y preservación de la Naturaleza.

    Julio Diaz: (Translated by Google) Megusta the geography(Original)Megusta la geografia

    4. Oyster-Adams Bilingual School

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    7 reviews
    Oyster-Adams Bilingual School
    Location
    4.9
    Prices
    4.8
    Classes
    4.8
    Facilities
    4.8
    Teachers
    4.8

    Address: 2801 Calvert St NW, Washington, DC 20008

    Telephone: (202) 671-6130

    Guy: Elementary school



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    Cinthya Alvarez: Oysters Adams Elementary school is great, I love it, my daughter is on firsts grate and she has learned so much. The teacher are fGreat and after care program is Olson, they helped the kids to do homework, I olso love the Communication is great.

    Isabella Hallman: Such a good schoolGreat sport programsGreat peopleGreat sportsmanship

    Rose Urquil: Wondering when will they start calling people of the waitinglist. 😐

    lana hailemariam: Most children graduate bilingual.

    5. Oyster-Adams Bilingual School (Adams Campus)

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    7 reviews
    Oyster-Adams Bilingual School (Adams Campus)
    Location
    4.2
    Prices
    4.3
    Classes
    4.2
    Facilities
    4.2
    Teachers
    4.2

    Address: 2020 19th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

    Telephone: (202) 673-7311

    Guy: School



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    Nevaeh Blaize: I want to go here

    6. Sacred Heart School

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    16 reviews
    Sacred Heart School
    Location
    4.5
    Prices
    4.5
    Classes
    4.6
    Facilities
    4.5
    Teachers
    4.5

    Address: 1625 Park Rd NW, Washington, DC 20010

    Telephone: (202) 265-4828

    Guy: Elementary school



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    Nubia Fasil D.: Been sending my kids to this school since 20011. Students are obedient and caring and loving they knew each other by name from 8th graders to kinder; it's like one huge family. I love the car pool thing. Staff and teachers super helpful and caring. My only concern is the art classes are limited to certain works, paper only and I wish they can diversify to crafts and knitting. Other than that best school for my kids 😍

    Cindy Herrera: The teachers give each student individual attention and they are warm, loving, and respectful to the parents and children. The preschool programs integrates learning about the community, helps the children develop their intellectual curiosity, works on emotional self development, and academics meanwhile teaching the children about caring for and loving each other. They mix the Montessori method with traditional education based on a program thru Harvard. In Pk3, one year, they had a general focus on learning about birds and migratory patterns based on a science grant and the children would regularly take hikes to Rock Creek, at the end of the year the children received certificates. Another year they had the PK children write stories and won an award to be published. They also integrate Art and STEM into their school work. It is an immersion program so the classes do have teachers that only speak Spanish in PK, but they also have an English speaking teacher in the class. Academically it's a great program my child who is in Kindergarten is already learning to read and write in Spanish and he has learned addition and subtraction this year. They offer before and after care, and after care on days where the school is only open half day. School day drop off begins at 7:30 (7:00 for before care) and ends at 3:15 (or 6:00 with aftercare).

    Brianna Perez: This is the best school there is NO FIGHTING LIKE OTHER PRIVATE SCHOOLS!!!!!Thank you!!

    Gerald Mendizabal: Great place to send your kids, very open and caring. Very diverse. Great memories here.

    Bostick-Delgado Family: Amazing principal and teachers. A perfect school for my son.

    Betsy Pacheco: the best school and the best education for everybody!!!

    Victor Soria: I like this school

    Erick y Jaudy Ambrocio: (Translated by Google) I'm lovin 'it(Original)Me encanta

    7. Washington International School

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    24 reviews
    Washington International School
    Location
    4.1
    Prices
    4
    Classes
    4
    Facilities
    4
    Teachers
    4

    Address: 3100 Macomb St NW, Washington, DC 20008

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 243-1800

    Guy: Middle school



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    mat tan: This school is not good. I have been a student at WIS from kindergarten up to now in high school. The academics here are ok. No interesting courses and the courses do not teach you useful skills except for digital design with Mark Perkins which is very useful and you learn a lot. There is no real entrepreneurship or programming course. In terms of students its horrible. From what I have seen, the students are not interesting, don't do anything, and are horrible influences. The students are bored and the few that do anything extra other than school don't actually do cool things. All the students are also bullies who never change, this happens in every grade. Also, the students are horrible influences, so many high school students do drugs (weed, cigarettes, LSD) and they drink alcohol. I don't think this is very rare but still here and very present. If you send your child to this school be prepared to see your child likely to develop into a bully, not feel good, and perhaps even do drugs or drink alcohol. One pro is their campus which is very good and their teachers are good. Also, its a good brand for college and university.

    graysmiles: I used to go to this school and it was a great experience the lunch is great the kids are so kind and the teachers and staff are really really caring. There is no such thing as detention and they have all these special events in the school year. The sports day is amazing and the P.E program is very good. Now in Paris I am doing everything I can so that I am up to level in my Spanish and can get back into the school when I come back to DC.

    David Zamula: WIS has the best Art program in the world, Annette and Nancy have transformed art education at WIS. The graduates of the program have gone on to pursue fine art, graphics and design ventures.

    Andre Gardiner: Best. School. Ever

    delee 18: There is no better school.

    S Horton: it sucks

    Ana Diaz-Young: It is awesome

    Yaquelin Jimenez Martinez: (Translated by Google) It is very large and beautiful also has a large court (Original) Es muy grande y bonitas además tiene una cancha grande

    Lorenzo Faccini: (Translated by Google) I spent the summer there and recommend it a lot (Original) Ci ho passato l'estate e la consiglio molto

    8. Powell Elementary School

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    15 reviews
    Powell Elementary School
    Location
    4.4
    Prices
    4.5
    Classes
    4.4
    Facilities
    4.4
    Teachers
    4.4

    Address: 1350 Upshur St NW, Washington, DC 20011

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:15AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 671-6270

    Guy: Elementary school



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    Keyri Villatoro: I love this place because is my school

    Marilyn S: This school is great

    Judith Ortiz: This is my school

    FERNANDO ROSARIO: (Translated by Google) Very good attention from the staff towards me (Original) Muy buena atención del personal hacía mi persona

    none none: (Translated by Google) Endy(Original)Endy

    9. British International School of Washington

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    7 reviews
    British International School of Washington
    Location
    3.5
    Prices
    3.5
    Classes
    3.6
    Facilities
    3.5
    Teachers
    3.5

    Address: 2001 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20007

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 829-3700

    Guy: International school



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    BSW PA Treasurer: A super professional independent private school in the heart of DC serving Nursery to High School Students. What makes this school standout is its British high quality curriculum and diverse student population. Class sizes are small and the teaching first class.

    Tuna Şeker: Its professional school for me. Education is super and beautiful classes in this school.

    10. Marie Reed Elementary School

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    13 reviews
    Marie Reed Elementary School
    Location
    4.4
    Prices
    4.3
    Classes
    4.3
    Facilities
    4.3
    Teachers
    4.3

    Address: 2201 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 673-7308

    Guy: Elementary school



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    Diego Chojkier: *This is only a review of the school's field* For a long time, there has been a dearth of good fields in DC. I used to commute to Pentagon City to play soccer or football on something other than dirt-and-pot-hole field. This field is gorgeous and well-maintained astro-turf. Lots of bleacher seating and full-sized soccer goals. Plenty of bars to get a post-game beer... celebratory or consolatory...

    Lyuba Rubio: Great school and improving every year - thanks to the current principal Ms Lundgren. So nice to have a decent alternative to dual language charter schools that are often impossible to get into in the neighborhood!

    Jide Amosu: Neat park. Suitable for 7 v 7 soccer pick ups.

    Jeana Richardson: I went there when I was small and graduated from there. I grew up around there my older children went there.

    Maria Pizarro: (Translated by Google) Because my children studied there for two and a half years ... and they miss their school a lot (Original) Porque mis hijos estudiaron allí por dos años y medio....y extrañan mucho su escuelita

    11. Early Steps Bilingual Preschool

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    8 reviews
    Early Steps Bilingual Preschool
    Location
    3.8
    Prices
    3.9
    Classes
    3.8
    Facilities
    3.8
    Teachers
    3.8

    Address: 3222 O St NW, Washington, DC 20007

    Telephone: (202) 944-8440

    Guy: Preschool



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    Mercedes M: This unique row house was re-converted into a beautiful bilingual preschool, that is a little known secret in Georgetown! The pictures posted are from the previous owners who sold (without warning parents) out to the new company, Early Steps Bilingual Preschools. They have 3 other highly rated centers in NoVa. It took some serious reconstruction to create the optimum learning areas for young children and the company retained artist to transition this little gem. The older photos do not give justice to how beautiful the center is and how much TLC the new owners put into their new baby school! Take a look at the website for further information about curriculum and the education processes held there. This new school has a great future!

    Jeffrey Muench: Wow!! Could not be more pleased!. We reviewed about 10 programs for our 1 year old. Visited three and settled on Little Seasons. The reasons: teacher: child ratio, the flexibility the programs have with our and our sons schedules, and most importantly, watching the children. With the latter, children don't lie and the positive way they interacted with the teachers was great. There was real affection from the teachers to the children and more importantly, from the children to the teachers! We have been there for 3 months and it started great and I get even more pleased as the months go by. From the intense supervision and fun during splash days on Friday, to watching on the continuous feed cameras, one of the teachers giving hugs and pats on the back to my son for 5 minutes after he cried after he bumped his knee, to watching my son run back to one of the teachers every 4 minutes to give a hug for 30 seconds before off to play somewhere, to the teacher sitting with the toddlers in the dark during nap time while doing paperwork to be near them! I could go on and on with so many examples. It is so nice to be surprised to the positive side with an organization, and Little Seasons is one of those places. My wife and I could not be more pleased.

    Parent LittleSeasons: We are not longer sending my child there because of the mediocre administration beginning with the Director all the way to the Board of Directors. When I'm looking for a child care center for my child, who the Director is speaks volumes about the center as a whole. I want someone who eludes both great leadership and communication skills and displays a level of respect for her employees as well as her costumers- the parents. Unfortunately, that can't be said about the current Director. Communication between the parents and the administration was also abominable. My child's class went through multiple teacher replacements and not once were the parent's notified about the changes, we didn't even receive a formal introduction of the new teachers. That's not to say that we didn't grow to appreciate and love each new teacher, however, it was just a little startling to see a strange face almost every month. The lack of communication stemmed all the way up to the Board of Directors. I never got the opportunity to meet anyone on the board, but their ability to communicate major changes (e.i. unexpected tuition increases!) was dismal at best. I became close with a lot of other parents at this center and while I don't want to speak for anyone else, I can't say that most of them wouldn't agree with this post. However, despite my problems with the administration, I have nothing bad to say about the teachers. To be honest, they are the reason we stayed for as long as we did. They are attentive, and caring and my child was always happy to see them. They are a group of incredible teachers it's just a shame that they are wasting their talent on a place that doesn't seem to appreciate their hard work. Little Seasons doesn't deserve to have such talented teachers working for them. Overall, don't be fooled by the fake facade that is put on by the women running that place. Your children deserve the best, and frankly this place just isn't that.

    Former Parent: The teachers are good. That is the only thing that is working. Unfortunately, they all leave after a short amount of time, which can be disruptive and traumatic for toddlers and preschoolers. They need a warm and loving environment, not drama. Because of the terrible management, and the "board", who don't seem to have any clue what they are doing, and want to run the program on a shoestring, the staff turnover is high and the environment in the center is not conducive to learning. Our child was not happy there and that even affected his behavior. Once we moved him to a quality program, he improved dramatically and is one happy kid now. Apparently, Little Seasons was barely scraping by, even by OSSE government standards. Many of their licenses were temporary and conditional. Our family was duped by the nice facade the school presents, just like most of the parents who enrolled their kids there. After enrolling, we realized it was not a good place, but we could not change preschools quickly, because of the scarcity of available and affordable quality programs in the area. The school is only open and working because of this scarcity and taking full advantage of the situation.

    leguiguren: My daughter has been attending this preschool for almost a year and it has been a wonderful experience. When I look for a place to leave a child I want them to be safe, to be loved and to have fun. The curricular part is important, but to be honest and afterthought for me. She has made friends with the other kids, the teachers and the rest of the personnel. Every morning she wakes up and sing the songs she learnt during the week. she runs to the door when I pick up her backpack, and that's enough for most parents to know she loves the place. Academically, she went in there barely talking and now she talks, sings, counts and knows the colors in 2 languages.

    Doreen Noveno: I have been working in this center for over a year, and I have loved it ever since. The director and assistant director and all my co-teachers are awesome and very experienced. We do our best to maintain good communication and relationship with all the parents, and we make sure that they are always involved in the children's activities.

    Rebecca S: I was skeptical based on reviews about the place but took a chance. The people and families are nice. The Director and Asst are lovely and very helpful. I like the structure for my little one and the teachers have told me they are enjoying it. I saw the posts and was skeptical at first, but I have been there for a month and we like it. Looking forward to the play area and the warm weather so the kids can go outside. I would recommend to others.

    juan carlos cabrera: I have my baby there, they take babies as early as 6 weeks old and love being able to see her thru the web camera system they offer, I could see her all day in the room and outside when they are out at the patio they have. What I like the best is that they have a lot of staff available to take care of the kids.

    12. Rochambeau French International School

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    16 reviews
    Rochambeau French International School
    Location
    4.5
    Prices
    4.5
    Classes
    4.6
    Facilities
    4.5
    Teachers
    4.5

    Address: 9600 Forest Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (301) 530-8260

    Guy: Primary school



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    Johanna Koolemans-Beynen: A very welcoming school, with dedicated teachers, and a French curriculum.

    Zouhour Hamahoulah: Il disappointed in this school especially the students

    Isabelle Jeannotte: Excellent teachers and curriculum

    Rahel Tsige: This is the best school

    MANUEL MARQUEZ: (Translated by Google) Excellent school to follow the European methodology and not only French. Very demanding with the students to demonstrate their work and quality, which contrasts with the USA system of "good job" with which I do not agree or identify. My two children have developed skills and knowledge unthinkable for their age. There are NO large sports facilities but a school is not a physical training field and if intellectual, values ​​and mental. In addition to the quality offered by the price, it is well below the elite private schools in the area. (Original) Excelente colegio para seguir la metodología europea y no sólo francesa. Muy exigente con los estudiantes para que demuestren su trabajo y calidad, lo cual se contrapone al sistema USA del "good job" con el que no estoy de acuerdo ni identificado. Mis dos hijos han desarrollado habilidades y conocimientos impensables para su edad. NO hay grandes instalaciones deportivas pero un colegio no es un campo de entrenamiento físico y si intelectual, valores y mental. Adicionalmente a la calidad que ofrece el precio está muy por debajo de los elitistas colegios privados del área.

    Hugo Lagarde: (Translated by Google) Mr. Ismael <3(Original)Monsieur Ismael <3

    13. Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School

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    11 reviews
    Washington Yu Ying Public Charter School
    Location
    5
    Prices
    5
    Classes
    5
    Facilities
    5
    Teachers
    5

    Address: 220 Taylor St NE, Washington, DC 20017

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (202) 635-1950

    Guy: Charter school



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    d B: My child attended K-5 (they start even younger now) and speaks tourist-passable Mandarin Chinese. i don't, so that's something. An administratively functional school in DC is rare, much less one that trains in 2 languages, much less an under-represented language. A good bet for a family willing to commit to supporting their kid on an unusual journey. Not a good bet for lazy or selfish parenting--it's hard work. Also not a good bet if you plan on leaving before fruition.

    Kayla Jackson- Class of 2024: I am proud to have gone to this school, because it is a really wonderful place. I would never choose to go anywhere else.

    Egypt Lyons: Here at Washington YuYing they treat you like family and even if you don't know any, you'll soon be picking up some Mandarin.

    Ehrin Crawford- Class of 2024: THIS WAS THE BEST SCHOOL EVER I WISH I NEVER HAD TO LEAVE DX

    Lucas Parham- Class of 2023: God, this school was the most amazing experience of my life

    Chris Chambers: Very blessed to be a part of this community!

    Mirefer: Good

    14. German International School Washington D.C.

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    17 reviews
    German International School Washington D.C.
    Location
    4.3
    Prices
    4.4
    Classes
    4.3
    Facilities
    4.3
    Teachers
    4.3

    Address: 8617 Chateau Dr, Potomac, MD 20854

    Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM Thu

    Telephone: (301) 767-3800

    Guy: High school



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    Hans Loes: Our son came into K and was well able to read and write, and was looking forward to starting school. Within a year, and mainly through teacher behavior, they destroyed his motivation entirely, and caused learning disorders and behavior issues in the poor child. As a 'remedy', they put tremendous pressure on us as parents to drug the kid. The English language classes were particularly poor, and we had to tutor privately. As a result, we removed both children and enrolled them in an (excellent) public school, where he scored solid 2's in Q1. The damage was done. The teachers worked together with us to constantly address any issues, something we have always looked for at German School but could never managed to achieve. Here, it was built into the curriculum. Within the year, our son improved to 3's and is now bringing home straight 4's. After a year's worth of repair and nerves, our kids are finally back on pre-German school levels. The more people we talk to, the more we find with a similar experience. We are very disappointed how unaccommodating the school was towards any child or situation out of the ordinary. Compared to the public school we on now, we cannot understand to this day how all these fees were justified.

    Jan Eichstaedt: Best school ever!

    tan tai Nguyen: very good

    Robro: Fantastic 👍