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 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.


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


  • 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!






Swimmers warm up at the grill



CAF German Booth


CAF Freshman Orientation


Fear Factor


Competitive Frankfurter Eating