Class Schedules 2017/18SpoLang creates an environment in which students literally live the language.
The Early Elementary Programs, for children age 4 to 5, are designed after the European Education Model and stimulate the German or Spanish language through circle time, themes, colorful arts, creative crafts, games, and original vocabulary-building songs. Classes are designed to be flexible and fun, so children may join a class at any time during the year.
The Early Elementary Programs are open to fully toilet trained children who are 4 years old on or before August 31st, 2018 and ready to attend class by themselves.
The Elementary through High School Programs, for children age 5 to 18, are also designed after the European Education Model. These exciting After School Programs will capture a child’s attention and imagination. Students absorb vocabulary and sentence patterns through reading, writing, hearing, speaking, singing, and participating in movie making, theater, and puppet theater presentations.
SpoLang’s dynamic learning environment helps children thrive and grow. Soon students start thinking in their new language, articulating it, and spontaneously constructing simple sentences.
Your child may try a class before you sign up! Message us for more info!
All classes are taught in small groups of 6 students.
• GERMAN EARLY ELEMENTARY (a.m.)
Level EE : Monday and Wednesday, Friday
• GERMAN ELEMENTARY (p.m.)
Level EK : Tuesday and Thursday
Level E1 : Tuesday and Thursday
• GERMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL (p.m.)
Level M1.1 : Tuesday and Thursday
Level M1.1 : Wednesday and Friday
Level M2.1 : Friday
• GERMAN HIGH SCHOOL (p.m.)
Level H1 : Friday
Level H2 : Tuesday and Thursday
Level H3 : Monday and Wednesday
• SPANISH EARLY ELEMENTARY (a.m.)
Level EE : Tuesday and Thursday
• SPANISH ELEMENTARY (p.m.)
Level EK : Monday and Wednesday, Friday
Level E2 : Monday
• SPANISH MIDDLE SCHOOL (p.m.)
Level M1 : Friday
A healthy organic snack and clarified water is provided during class.
Convenient online material for enrolled Elementary through High School students.
Foreign Language Library
A wide variety of books available for enrolled students.