Dear students, parents, alumni and friends of the German School of Connecticut,

Registration for the 2017/18 school year is now open.

You can access it by clicking on directly through this link.

Registering by May 21 will guarantee a spot for the 2017/18 school year and will lock in $100 savings when registering for the full year.

More details and the tuition structure for 2017/18 can be found on the registration site.

If you have any questions to the registrars, contact us as below:

Stamford: Urs Klarer

West Hartford: Gail Zimmermann


Details below:

2017/18 Tuition Rates

Per Semester Full Year
(Two Semesters)
EarlyBird Discount
per Student*
Total Savings
($100 per Student)*
First student $540 $1080 $980 You Save $100!
Second student $510 $1020 $920 You Save $200!
Third student $490 $980 $880 You Save $300!
Fourth student $460 $920 $820 You Save $400!
Flummis (under 3yrs)
Stamford only
$280 $560 $510 You Save $50**


*  The GSC EarlyBird Discount is only available when registering with payment no later than May 21,2017.
You must register for the full year, and either pay in full or make a $200 non-refundable deposit by May 21.
Payment can be either by check (payable to German School of Connecticut Inc.) or credit card using this link:

** The Flummi EarlyBird Discount applies for each registered Flummi, i.e. if two Flummis are registered, you save $50 each, or a total of $100.

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Dear students, parents,  alumnae/alumni and friends of the German School of Connecticut,

We will have our Open Houses again this Spring/Summer.  Please share this email or print the flyers out and share with your Friends and Neighbors. thank you.

As a special referral thank you, we will have a $150 tution credit if you refer a new family to our schools.

  • Our 2017/18 online registration form will include a “referred by” field for all new families.(under "how did you hear a about GSC?"
  • If a new family lists you as referrer and stays in school for at least one full semester, you will receive a $150 credit towards a future-year tuition payment.

For Stamford the OPEN HOUSE is this Saturday already, flyers can be downloaded on the links or pictures below:

STAMFORD OPEN HOUSE, MAY 6th 2017     from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm

WEST HARTFORD OPEN HOUSE, AUGUST 19th, 2017      from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm





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Our 1st GSC Family Oktoberfest on September 24th was a great success. Over 80 guests, from the GSC and beyond, came to the Beer Garden @ Shippan Landing to celebrate a wonderful fall afternoon with German beer, good food, fun, and games.

1st GSC Family Oktoberfest
1st GSC Family Oktoberfest
1st GSC Family Oktoberfest
1st GSC Family Oktoberfest
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On Sep 17, 2016 the GSC took part in the 59th German-American Steubenparade on 5th Avenue in Manhattan.

Thanks to the generous financial support of the Literary Society foundation over 40 students, parents and teachers were able to participate in the parade on GSC's own float. On a beautiful sunny day, we soaked in the wonderful atmosphere along the way, handed out Gummibärchen and promoted German language learning.

After the parade a group of families continued the celebration at the Radegast Hall, a German-style beer hall, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Steubenparade 2016

Steubenparade 2016

Steubenparade 2016

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Saturday, Sep 10 is the first day of the new semester.

If you are interested in learning more about the school, or haven't signed up yet for the semester, join us for an Open House from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at our Stamford campus (381 High Ridge Road, Stamford, CT).

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Secure your spot for the upcoming school year. Registration is open and classes are filling up fast with some classes already on wait lists.

Click here to access our registration system.

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As every year, the GSC celebrated Karneval/Fasching with abundant energy and joy. In West Hartford, students dressed up, played games, and had their traditional snack of "Berliner" along with the perennial heated discussions about the proper name for this donut-like specialty, as the name varies widely by region in Germany.
In Stamford, students enjoyed the "Karnevalsolympiade", a circuit of games and fun, at the end of which each participant received a gold medal.

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