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Deutsche Sprachschule Bloomfield, Inc.

Educational mission statement
The Deutsche Sprachschule Bloomfield, Inc. supports its students in their personal development to become language-skilled, responsible, tolerant, team-oriented, and environmentally conscientious citizens of the world.

School fundamentals

Deutsche Sprachschule Bloomfield, Inc. (DSB) was founded in 1982 and reorganized to a Non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in 1999.

The Deutsche Sprachschule Bloomfield, Inc. Student Lessons 2

Since 2007, DSB has been an accredited testing school and PASCH-SCHULE, and is supported by the German Agency for Schools Abroad "Bundeszentralstelle für das Auslandsschulwesen" (ZfA) in Germany.

Values & Principles

Why We Stand Out

Since 2009, the Deutsche Sprachschule Bloomfield, Inc. has worked in cooperation with Fern-Universitäten in Hagen, Göttingen, Riedlingen, Koblenz-Landau, and AKAD Hochschule Stuttgart, Germany, and supervises testing for the different faculties in Michigan.

Administrative School Team (AST) and Board members are comprised of experienced professionals and parents with educational backgrounds. The highly motivated and committed team members contributed to the school’s growth from 35 students to the present enrollment of about 300 students. DSB has become one of the largest German Language Schools in the US.

Classes are held in rooms leased at Berkshire Middle School, in Beverly Hills, which is part of the Birmingham School District. Music classes are held at an off-site location close to Berkshire Middle School.
DSB admits students of any race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national, and ethnic origin, or any other legally protected status under Michigan or Federal law, to all the programs, activities, rights, and privileges.

What Our Students & Parents Say

Angela Barths, Controller - Evelyn Tomazic, Admin. Assistant - Franziska Hildebrandt, Media & Operation - Sabine Greiss, Principal