The subjects taught in grades 5 through 12 are:
Art | Biology | Chemistry | German | English | French | Geography | History/U.S. History | Technology | Latin | Mathematics | Music | Physics | Religion/Ethics | Social Science/Politics | Spanish | Physical Education
> Curricula and grading criteria for several subjects (will be posted here)
> Detailed description of Class Tests and Exams in Grades 5 to 12
The weighing of academic performance elements is based on decisions made by the subject teacher group and/or the all faculty body and the details lie in the pedagogical responsibility of each individual teacher.
To learn more about how we are supporting German language competency from preschool to high school graduation with our FastTrack program, please see the Overall Language Concept (currently only available in German).
At the German International School Washington D.C., Latin is offered as a third World Language in grades 8 to 10 with four lessons per week.
In grades 8 and 9 the textbook Viva (Verlag Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht) is used. In grade 10, original Latin literature is read.
Students who take Latin as a 3rd World Language from grade 8 onwards can acquire the Latinum through an examination in grade 10. Information about the Latinum examination can be found in the Richtlinien für die Ordnung zur Erlangung der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife an Deutschen Schulen im Ausland (Rili DIA-PO, current version).
Students who started Latin in Germany in grade 5 or in grade 6 and transfer to the German International School Washington D.C. in grade 7 , 8 , 9 or 10 will be taught in a separate Latin course (Latin 2).
Spanish as a Second Foreign Language:
Spanish as a Third Foreign Language:
> Spanish Curricula - Grades 10-12 (to be posted)
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