We offer German language affordable courses for Adults and Children in our Fall and Spring Semesters.The German Language Learning Club is30 years oldand is not a profit making entity. Adults get together to better our knowledge of German through structured
We meet in Yorkville at the Historical Kolping House at 165 East 88th Street
The30-year-old German Language Learning Club is not a clinical classroom. We strive only to supplement other German courses. Our groups are purposely small so each student can get the full attention of the native and accredited teacher. Our purpose is to offer a relaxed, pressure-free atmosphere without exams. We are not profit oriented, and only wish to keep the memory of the lost Yorkville/Kleindeutschland alive. Your learning benefit is realized from the degree of interest you invest in the course. All classes cater to the specific needs of its participants from toddlers to teens and, to all walks of life and ages for adults.
The FALL semesters run from September - January , including holidays. The SPRING semesters run from January - May including holidays. There are no summer semesters.
Classes meet on Tuesdays: All levels Kids meet 4-5 PM, 5-6 PM, and 7 PM and adults meet from 6:30-8:30 PM. Fees for kids are $415. Sibling allowances apply. The Adult fee is $500.00 for the 30-hour 15-week semester. Thus, professionals have plenty classes if some are missed.
Due the COVID issue, we have only a mixed ZOOM Class for adults and no kid's classes this semester. We start November 4, 2020 and run through Wednesday, March 3, 2020, with no classes during the holidays. Class is held from 6:30-8 PM. Cost: $315.00.
In this class, one must have a working knowledge of German (B1-B 2 level) but needs to refresh his or her German via conversation with grammar, and reading.
But a short phone conversation can determine if you can be comfortable in the class.
YOU MAY BE BETTER THAN YOU THINK!!!
As a Club we have cultural and social outings and events, such as marching int the annual September von Steuben Parade, with the Gala the night before, and the Oktoberfest in Central Park afterwards.