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First Day of School September 5, 2017

On Tuesday September 5th 2017, GSB started a new school year for the fourth time in its existence. With 100 returning and 40 new students, it was a day full of hugs, excitement, laughter and some first day jitters for the youngest ones. The newcomers were greeted with the GSB’s traditional opening ceremony at the Union Temple’s ballroom, where they […]

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Gala 2017

For the second time parents, teachers, friends and supporters of the German School Brooklyn made their way to Red Hook/Brooklyn to celebrate the Annual Summer Gala at the spacious Liberty Warehouse which offers a spectacular view of Liberty Island. Special Guests included the German Consul General Brita Wagener as well as Brooklyn Deputy Borough President Diana Reyna. After a the […]

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2nd Annual Gala

We are very much looking forward to holding our second Annual Benefit Gala May 16 at the Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook.  

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GSB Winterfest 2016 (Wednesday December 7th 5:30-6:30PM)

GSB students and families celebrated at the Union Temple’s Ballroom with music, dance, and theatrical performances to welcome winter and the upcoming holiday season. Almost 100 students were joined by family members and friends, as well as supporters of the school. Katja Wiesbrock-Donovan, Head of cultural and science affairs of the German consulate general spoke to the children and as […]

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2nd Family Octoberfest

Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Family Oktoberfest. The Parent Association of the German School Brooklyn celebrated a fun Brooklyn-style German-inspired Oktoberfest at Irondale on September 24th 2016 from 1P – 6P. Live performances by Niko’s Kids and Spätzli, a DJ and a Kid’s Corner with tons of fun activities guaranteed a fun, loud and exhilarating afternoon. See […]

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1st Annual Summer Gala

Thank to everybody who joined us for this special evening. Here a wonderful piece written about it by Claudia Haj Ali. A cobblestone path led to a secluded area on the Hudson River. For a moment it felt as if you were stepping through an iron gate into another world. Into a movie set of the mid-19th century à la […]

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