German School of Tallahassee

At this time, registration for the online summer class for intermediate and advanced students of German is closed. More information is on our Classes Page.

We are planning to offer Saturday on-line classes in Fall 2021 starting on Saturday, September 11th, but this is subject to change.


If you want to be added to our e-mail list for information about future classes, send an e-mail to: german.school.tlh@gmail.com.


Individual study with our Tutors is also available.

About Us


Classes are available at the beginning and advanced levels. Classes are mixed with non-student adults, college students, and older high school students. We try to tailor the class curricula to the needs of the students, and welcome beginners with no or little knowledge of the language as well as those who have taken classes in German. We also welcome adults and young people who have lived in German-speaking countries and who want to improve their German.


Our instructors are all experienced teachers with college degrees in German or language education. Many are native speakers of German, or Americans who have worked or studied in Germany.


The classes can also be of benefit to those who are studying German at a community college or university. Our students aren't graded, and there are no tests to pass (unless you elect to take the DSD Language Exam) so there is no pressure, and you can speak and hear German spoken in a relaxed and fun environment.


All classes are on Saturdays starting at 10 a.m. with two hours of instruction. Classes are on-line using the Zoom app.


Individual tutoring is available for those who can't attend the Saturday classes, or want to improve their German language skills.



DSD Language Exam


The Deutsches Sprachdiplom (DSD) is an official German language certificate certifying levels of knowledge of the German language. We are authorized to administer examinations at levels A2 to C1. The exam tests people in reading and comprehension, listening and comprehension, writing in German, and the ability to converse and give presentations in German.


School History and Accreditation


The German School was founded in 2004. It is a non-profit organization registered with the State of Florida.


The German School is accredited by the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and is authorized to administer the Deutsche Sprachdiplom (DSD) language exam at levels A2 to C1.

A Thank You to Friends and Supporters


Vielen Dank to the students, parents, teachers, administration, friends and supporters of the German School for their time and generosity without which the school could not succeed.


Thank you to the Cornerstone Learning Community for letting us use their facilities.
(Note that although we rent classroom space at Cornerstone, we are not directly associated with the school.)


Contact Info

You can contact us through Facebook 


or send an e-mail to our director, Konrad Plendl, at german.school.tlh@gmail.com if you want more information.




The organizers and participants of the German School of Tallahassee acknowledge the time and assistance offered by the following institutions:

The FSU Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics
The German Language Section of the FSU Faculty and Friends Club
The German School of Atlanta
Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Miami
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