German Week at FA

Monday: Schwarz-Rot-Gold Day
Tuesday: German Unity Day, 27th anniversary of reunification
Wednesday: Famous Germans and Inventions
Thursday: The 'How Do You Pronounce THAT?' Game

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German at FA

Learning any foreign language brings amazing benefits. By studying German, you can distinguish yourself on college, scholarship, or job applications, as learning German shows universities that you are serious about getting a head start on a global career: Learning German connects you to millions of native speakers and billions of dollars of economic trade.Germany is currently the biggest economic power in the European Union and the fourth biggest economic power worldwide. German companies provide more than 7 million jobs in the United States alone. If you are interested in helping to engineer your and our future, Germany is a world leader in both wind and solar power production, as well as a leader among biotechnology firms. In addition, German is the second language most commonly used in scientific terms. And if you dream of studying abroad: Germany offers more scholarships for international students than any other country. 

Falmouth Academy's German program provides an excellent starting point for your learning of German. In addition to being highly-qualified professionals, all of our German teachers are native speakers who are striving to make your experience as authentic as possible. Our school may be small, but Falmouth Academy's German program has been recognized as a German Center of Excellence by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG), an honor bestowed on only 26 high schools nationwide.

So consider learning German. The next time someone asks you "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?" your answer could be a resounding "Ja!"

To learn more about our German program, click here.