Sunday, October 25, 2015

Lantern Walk

You are invited to Das Schulhaus annual Lantern Walk in Wascana.

Das Schulhaus is inviting people young and old to take part in a lively tradition to celebrate the Light/ St. Martin’s Day with a lantern walk in Wascana Park on November 6th.

The custom of carrying lanterns is rooted in the fact that “light needs to be brought into the darker times of the year” like many other festivals of lights traditions seen around the world. This day is also connected to the story of St. Martin and the kindness of sharing.

This will be the 5th  year Das Schulhaus will celebrate this wonderful tradition and we invite you to take part this joyful event of bringing light in the eyes of your children, like the lanterns they are carrying, whom bring light to the dark season of the year.

When: Saturday, November 7th at 5pm
Where: meeting point is the parking lot North of Hill Blvd, just off of Lakeshore Drive

Please bring your Lanterns, a cup for a hot beverage and dress warm!

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

school year 2015-2016

VORSCHULE (age 3,5-7):
A fun and engaging learning environment suited to our youngest students. Songs, games, crafts and stories interspersed with educational activities make learning German pure child’s play
GRUNDSCHULE (age 7-10):   and         
MITTELSTUFE (age 10-15):
Reading and writing in German as well as further development of oral language skills using age-appropriate materials
OBERSTUFE (age 14-19):
Grundschule Native Speaker: (grade2-8):  With native speakers, we focus on reading and writing skills and the developing of language.

look for high school credit or DSD (Deutsches Sprachdiplom)
                                                                                                                                                                                            $ 285 per year

Classes for Adults:   ThURS 6pm-8pm or WED 7pm-9pm
ADULT 1 / Beginner: a fresh start into German language learning
ADULT 2 / level A1.1: after 60 hours of instruction and continue working on their basics
ADULT 3 / A1.2: the class had already 120 h of instruction and is working towards the next level

ADULT CONVERSATION:  this class is for the advanced speaker of German, we focus on fluency, talk about interesting topics and focus on expanding vocabulary and grammar
                                                                                                                                 $ 310 per year (60h)                       
                                                                                                               $ 195 per semester (30h)

Classes for High school Credit       ThURS 6pm-9pm
this is the opportunity for high school students  (grade 9-12) to work toward receiving high school credits for second language German 10/20/30. Classes follow the curriculum of the Ministry of Education, require a minimum of 100 hours and run from September until June. 
                                                                                                               $ 390 per year


Friday, June 26, 2015

registration night

Please mark your calendar for our upcoming Registration Night in the fall:

SEPTEMBER 10th 2015

Thursday, May 14, 2015



Early bird -registration for the regular classes are still open until June 30th.

school year:

Pre registration

$265 per child
$285 per child
families with 3+ children
$255 per child
$255 per child
high school credit
$370 per child
$390 per child
Adult Year
$300 per student
$315 per student

Tuesday, April 21, 2015


We are proud to announce our Open House on May 14, 2015 (6:30 pm, Campbell Collegiate in Regina), where our students will show what they have learned.

Komm, wir lernen Deutsch! (Come, let’s learn German!)—is the motto of Regina’s German Language School “Das Schulhaus”, founded in 2011. For the last 3.5 years, more than a hundred adult and young students have taken our classes, where everything from conversational skills to grammar to orthography is taught.

“It is great how committed the teachers are, it is such a wonderful place to learn!” says Joe Lovick, a student in the advanced German conversation class. “Every time we visit my wife’s family, I notice how much I have learned.”

“We speak German in our home and all our relatives live in Germany. It is very important for us to keep German alive in our family,” says Yvonne Schmidt-Sobek, a founding member and teaching assistant in the pre-school class. “Das Schulhaus is a good place, the kids learn every Thursday night for 2 hours German and about German culture.”

Our students learn German for all sorts of reasons: Some, like Schmidt-Sobek and Lovick, want to keep their children’s (or their own) heritage alive. Still others want to visit, or even move to, Germany and are picking up vital language skills for their trip. We teach students of all ages, from pre-school (beginning at 3 years of age) to adult classes at different levels.

At our Open House, visit each classrooms, where students will guide you through several stations of their journey of learning. There will also be a short entertainment program.

May 14, 2015, 6:30 pm, at Campbell Collegiate, Regina

For more information, please contact us at

Monday, January 5, 2015


The semester starts:  

January 21 for our Wednesday classes Level A.1.2 and Advanced Levels at 7pm
  • the level A1.2 class already had around 80 hours of instruction
  • the advanced level class is a mixed class with a lot of conversation, but still working with a text book to improve skills in all areas (reading / writing/ speaking / listening/ vocabulary and grammar)

January 29 for our Thursday class Beginner level A.1 at 6pm
  • this beginner class started fresh back in September (30 hours instruction time)

ongoing... Thursday Children/ Teen classes at 6pm
  • children and teenagers are able to join us every time during the year 

If you are unsure which class you might fit in, please contact us at

Registration takes place January 14th and 15th, 2015 at 7pm / Campbell Collegiate using North Entrance.

Thursday, November 27, 2014


The German-Canadian Society Harmonie (Regina German Club) invites you to join the charm of a German Christmas Market: