Schooling is conducted on the basis of English language, taking into account the requirements of German state standards. Beginning with junior classes, students of St George's School Duisburg in Düsseldorf wear school uniforms. The institution establishes close relations with parents, invites them to open days, festive evenings.
The school educates the children in good manners, courtesy and mutual assistance. Classes do not exceed 20 people, often children from different countries. English education system provides the passage of the basics of mathematics, geography, history, natural subjects, computer science. English and German are basic. In addition, children are engaged in art, dance, sports and French. Drawing lessons are provided for everyone.
In the open air, students spend a large part of the after-school training. The school offers classes in gardening, outdoor games, yoga. You can learn to play a musical instrument, sing in the choir, or attend debates, books, theatrical circles.
Year Established: 2002 Location: Germany, Duisburg-Dusseldorf Age: 2-18 years Type of training: joint Number of students: 500 Programs: Primary, Secondary School, IB, GCSE, A -Level Accommodation: day school Cost: from 4000 euros for a term without residence Rating: The prestigious English school, one of the best in Germany
St. George's School Duisburg-Dusseldorf is one of the first English schools in Germany. The campus in Duisburg was opened in 2002. St. George School Duisburg / Dusseldorf is a full-cycle educational institution. Here programs of a kindergarten, elementary, high school are offered. Foreign students are admitted to the language school from the age of 10 (unaccompanied by the parents, to full board) and from 2 years with the family residing in Germany.
The campus of the school is conveniently located. It is located in a picturesque suburb. The territory of the school is landscaped. The campus has everything you need for living, studying and relaxing. After lessons, the children are offered a rich extra-curricular program. It is represented by creative circles, recreational activities, and sports. Junior students can study in sewing circles, information technology, German theater, Celtic and variety dances, a foreign language (Spanish), sing in the choir, and be engaged in music. For toddlers clubs of reading, art, debates, and mass media are also open. Sports fans are offered yoga, outdoor games. For senior students there are subject clubs (physics, chemistry, mathematics, biology, geography, literature), classes in a music, theater, chess club.