German Club

Willkommen! German Club gives students the opportunity to experience the culture of all German speaking countries through authentic food tasting, after-school events like Oktoberfest, Fear Factor, and field trips, including our annual Christkindlmarket visit.  

Membership

  • Membership is open to anyone interested in learning more about and participating in activities relating to German culture. You do not need to be a student of German to be in German Club
  • We understand that you have other commitments to other extracurricular activities. If you are participating in a seasonal activity, you can still join German Club after your season is over.
  • To be an official member, you need to attend a minimum of five meetings. In addition, meetings must be attended both semesters.
  • Members must also participate in the German Club fundraiser (we sell delicious German candies and chocolate). Money raised helps pays for field trips, food (at meetings), etc.
  • Officers are expected to attend almost every meeting. Absence at more than three meetings may result in the appointment of a new officer.

Meetings

  • We typically meet every other week on Wednesdays.
  • Meetings are held after school in the German room, D214.

T-shirts

  • T-shirts are available for sale to anyone interested. (You do not need to be a German Club member.)
  • T-shirts must be paid for in advance.
  • Cost will depend on this year's design ($10-$15).
  • If you have any design ideas or ar an artist, we welcome your contributions!

For more information, please contact Frau Santeford, club sponsor.

Auf Wiedersehen!

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Oktoberfest

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Swimmers warm up at the grill

 

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CAF German Booth

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CAF Freshman Orientation

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Fear Factor

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Competitive Frankfurter Eating