English schools in Europe

Germany - Berlin
School:John F. Kennedy School

Providing German-American bicultural, bilingual education since 1960, the John F. Kennedy School is dedicated to serving German- and English-speaking students of all cultures for the purpose of developing academic excellence, mastery of English and German, independent inquiry, international understanding, and mutual respect.

The John F. Kennedy School (JFKS) is a bilingual, bicultural, German-American, college preparatory public school with approximately 815 students in the elementary school (Entrance Class and grades 1 through 6), 520 students in the middle school (grades 7 through 10), and about 375 students in the senior high school (grades 11 through 13). Students of both nationalities are taught together in the same classroom with the goal of developing respect, tolerance, and understanding for each other and for the partner culture.






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