Deutsche Schule Barcelona
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Deutsche Schule Barcelona, ​​founded by the German-speaking Protestant community in 1894, has developed in the 125 years of its history to one of the largest German schools abroad and a multicultural school of rank and name.

It has gone through many stations with a great deal of turbulence until it has become what she is today: a traditional and modern excellent German school abroad and an important location for German-Spanish encounters in the Spanish-Catalan and pan-European environment.

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Luis Martin, 2 years ago

Deutsche Schule Barcelona is a private schooling institution located in Esplugues, Barcelona. This private school aims to successfully integrate the German children with the Spanish ones, and these into the German schooling system, so that all pupils are enabled at the conclusion of school to speak both languages vernacularly. They are guided during a 12-year tuition program together, after which they are faced with a final examination named Abitur, which is recognized on a global level. For those who do not succeed or plan on going through the whole preparatory school, secondary or general school systems are also offered. As a current pupil, I can confirm that it is a very effective school and we do host quite a bit of international pupils. The Café we also have is a very great place, and it is open for non-germans.

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Angela Montenegro, 7 months ago

Exelente calidad humana!!! Académicamente excelente!!!

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Sergi Sabaté Ruano, 5 years ago

El Col·legi Alemany de Barcelona és un centre educatiu fundat l'any 1894 a Barcelona i situat des de 1977 a Esplugues de Llobregat. L'any 1894 el mossèn de la comunitat evangèlica alemanya, Otto Amstberg, va fundar el Col·legi Alemany de Barcelona orientat a la aconfessionalitat. L'any 1901 va segregar-se de la comunitat evangèlica i passà formar part de l'associació escolar Schulverein. El primer edifici propi de l'escola va ser construït l'any 1904 al carrer de Santa Anna (actual carrer Moià), en uns terrenys de l'església evangèlica (construïda en 1903), amb la qual compartí el pati. L'any 1910 s'iniciaren els cursos vespertins de llengua alemanya per adults. L'any 1936, en esclatar la Guerra Civil Espanyola, el col·legi es va tancar. Las classes per als alemanys evacuats van impartir-se a Königswinter, els nens, i a Herchen, les nenes. El 1939, en acabar la guerra, es va tornar a obrir l'escola a l'edifici antic. El 5 de juny de 1945 es va tancar l'escola per indicació dels aliats. El 1947 es van crear dos escoles alemanyes privades, l'Escola Miramar i el Col·legi La Salud, que es fusionaren el 1950 amb el nom de Col·legi Sant Albert Magne. L'any 1951 es reobre oficialment el Col·legi Alemany de Barcelona, reconegut per les autoritats alemanyes. L'any 1977 es trasllada el col·legi a les actuals instal·lacions d'Esplugues de Llobregat. Entre els seus antics alumnes hi figuren personatges com: Jordi Pujol, Joan Antoni Samaranch, Antoni Tàpies, Òscar Tusquets i Àlex Brendemühl.

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Reenation, 2 weeks ago

Die Organisation ist trotz mehrheitlich deutscher Angestellte teilweise zum Haare raufen chaotisch und peinlich ineffizient, die Kommunikation zu den Eltern ist zwar häufig und konstant, jedoch sehr undurchsichtig und teils verwirrend bzw. inhaltlich mangelhaft - die Schule selbst aber ist sehr gut und über dem deutschen Durchschnitt - unsere Kinder lernen viel und gehen gerne hin. Das hat jedoch auch seinen Preis...

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Helena Crespo, 9 months ago

Centro de estudios riguroso y bueno.

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