German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale

4200 N 65th Ave Hollywood, FL 33024

4200 N 65th Ave Hollywood, FL 33024

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  • Ages

    12 months - 12 years

  • FL DCF

    License no. C17BO0494

  • Hours of operation

    7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

  • Weekly cost estimate

    $230 (5 days/week, full-time)

  • Educational philosophies

    Learn Every Day

  • State quality rated

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  • Accreditations

    APPLE

About the school

The German-American School of Fort Lauderdale offers full-time and part-time programs for children age one through five, including VPK. This APPLE accredited school began serving families in the Fort Lauderdale area in 2001. It’s open Monday through Saturday from 7:00am to 6:00pm, with after-care. The school is committed to motivating children and providing safe places for them to develop. The school offers a full-immersion German experience, with dual German programs: One for native speakers and one which treats German as a foreign language.

Educational philosophy and administration

The German-American School’s curriculum is inspired by the Montessori method, a child-centered approach designed around scientific observations of early childhood development. Activities are hands-on and self-directed, and teachers serve as guides. The school also uses elements of the Funshine Express and Learn Every Day curricula. One parent says the school offers a “loving and stimulating environment, where learning is fun and done mostly through playing and investigating with all senses.” The school also teaches about German culture, customs and traditions and participates actively in the German community. The facility also features three large, shaded playgrounds. Owner-Director Svenja Iglesias grew up in Germany and received advanced early education degrees there before opening the German-American School in Fort Lauderdale. One parent describes the teachers as “very caring” and “fun-loving.” Another writes, “The teachers are truly amazing, so dedicated, encouraging and kind. They not only nurture the children’s minds but also their hearts.” The campus features cameras outside the building and inside each classroom to keep children safe.

Amenities

  • Shaded outdoor area
  • Shaded outdoor area

Enrichment Programs

  • Physical education
  • German
  • Physical education
  • German

Programs & Pricing

This school has Full day,Part day, and After care programs. Log in or create a free account to see further details about programs and prices at German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale.

Accreditations

  • Accredited Professional Preschool Learning Environment

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is the address of German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale?

    German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale is located at 4200 N 65th Ave Hollywood, FL 33024.

  • What ages does German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale accept?

    German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale serves children ages 12 months to 12 years.

  • What hours is German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale open?

    German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale is open from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

  • How much does German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale cost?

    The average cost of attending German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale 5 days/week for the full day is about $230 per week, depending on the age of your child.

  • Is German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale accredited?

    German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale is accredited by APPLE.

  • What is the curriculum at German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale?

    The German-American School’s curriculum is inspired by the Montessori method, a child-centered approach designed around scientific observations of early childhood development. Activities are hands-on and self-directed, and teachers serve as guides. The school also uses elements of the Funshine Express and Learn Every Day curricula. One parent says the school offers a “loving and stimulating environment, where learning is fun and done mostly through playing and investigating with all senses.” The school also teaches about German culture, customs and traditions and participates actively in the German community. The facility also features three large, shaded playgrounds. Owner-Director Svenja Iglesias grew up in Germany and received advanced early education degrees there before opening the German-American School in Fort Lauderdale. One parent describes the teachers as “very caring” and “fun-loving.” Another writes, “The teachers are truly amazing, so dedicated, encouraging and kind. They not only nurture the children’s minds but also their hearts.” The campus features cameras outside the building and inside each classroom to keep children safe.

  • How many students attend German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale?

    German-American School of Ft. Lauderdale has a maximum licensed capacity of 74 children.

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