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The place to learn about German culture and language, together. Our team of dedicated teachers will make you feel at home.
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GPSSD is WASC accredited

Visit the website of the ZfA in Los Angeles!

Visit the website of the ZfA in Los Angeles!

Visit the website of the GLSC!

Registration for the school year 2019-2020 is now open. See our registration page.

German Pacifc School San Diego Wine Tasting Fundraiser.

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zu ausgezeichneten mündlichen DSD1-Prüfungen:
Alle unsere Schüler haben mit B1 (bestmöglichstes Ergebnis!) bestanden. Wir gratulieren: Amaia, Kate, Lina, Lilia, Lilly, Milena, Mona, Sophie and Zach.

Just started new beginners' class in Poway. Call us if you are interested!

GPSSD is very proud to have received full accreditation by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges as Supplementary Education Center/Program for the German language. This accreditation is the result of a rigorous review process by WASC, and is evidence of GPSSD's commitment to using the best practices and latest developments in language education.

[Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 533 Airport Blvd., Suite 200, Burlingame, CA 94010]

Eustory, a French - German Production

Thank you to Sofia and Alexandra for going to Paris and representing SDFAS and our school at the Eustory Award's Ceremony! Eustory is an international history competition. SDFAS and GPSSD's movie "Chess Peace" won 2nd place in the tandem category. There were only 4 categories, and the awards were only for first and second places. 1005 students participated, and 133 entries ​were submitted. This is a phenomenal success for our two schools.​ ​Congratulations to everyone involved! (read more)

Sommer Camp

Script Writing Workshop

A big thank you to all our students and parents who came to participate at this fantastic writing workshop! Participants watched and analyzed a movie, then read the script and identified the essential elements. They used their new skills in a group exercise by writing their own scripts. The final script presentations showed lots of creativity and it was great to see everyone so enthusiastically engaged.

Thank you very much to Diane Alpaio, who lead this script-writing workshop, for all of the work and planning that went into teaching this one-hour event. And thank you to Benedicte Brouder and Francois Baron from San Diego French American School for organizing this workshop!

Debate Workshop

Summer Camp