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Academic Excellence at the German School

At the German School Washington D.C., we are proud of our challenging German curriculum that is taught in a truly international environment. Our academic program has a strong focus on foreign languages as well as on science with lab science being continuously integrated from fourth through twelfth grade. As a certified German School Abroad, we comply with both educational guidelines required in Germany and those mandated by the State of Maryland. The German International Abitur (DIA) and the U.S. High School Diploma granted at the end of twelfth grade provide our students access to universities in Europe as well as in the United States. Our alumni have been accepted to top Universities around the world.

> FAQs about Academics at the DSW (from DSW parents for DSW parents - 2016)

> List of universities that have accepted students of the German School Washington, D.C.

> DIA: The German International Abitur

> Information on Advanced Placement (AP) level courses

> SAT averages at the DSW in comparison to Maryland and the U.S.


The German School Washington stays in touch with its alumni around the globe and is very proud of their achievements.

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