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United States Army
Grafenwoehr Germany 92655
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
The Military Community has three Elementary Schools, one Middle School, and one High School. All schools are part of the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) which is part of the Department of Defense Educational Activity (DoDEA). Children of Military Members and Department of Defense Civilians, and qualifying NAF employees who are command sponsored may attend DoDDS schools on Post.
There is one each Elementary school located in Grafenwoehr and Vilseck. Middle School students (grades 6-8) from Grafenwoehr and Vilseck attend
Middle School in Netzaberg. High School students (grades 9-12) attend High School in Vilseck. Vilseck is located about 15 miles from Grafenwoehr.
School bus transportation is provided for children living off post and for children attending Vilseck High School coming from Grafenwoehr.
Standardized test scores for the schools servicing the United States Army Garrison Bavaria can be found through the following links:
Grafenwoehr Elementary School
Netzaberg Elementary School
Vilseck Elementary School
Netzaberg Middle School
Vilseck High School
DoDEA Online Registration for Students (DORS) eliminates manual forms and makes it easy for parents to register their child for school. Visit www.dodea.edu/DORS to access DORS and register your child. Report to the main office of the school that your child will attend to Finalize registration.
In order to register your child for school, you must have current orders (family travel orders and sponsor's orders), the student's birth certificate, student's social security card, sponsor's or spouse's ID card, current shot records, two local emergency contact information (other than parent) and one stateside permanent contact. Your child cannot start school without the documents listed.
DoDEA has changed its Early Childhood Education programs entrance requirements. Age requirement are:
If you have any questions about exceptions, contact DoDEA.
The AAFES Exchange Student Meal Program provides wholesome, nutritious meals to students in participating DoDEA-E schools. Reduced and free meals are available to all DoDEA-E students who are eligible. Applications are made through an online application on the AAFES site https://freeandreducedapps.aafes.com/ . For questions and assistance contact the USAG Bavaria Grafenwoehr School Liaison Officer (SLO) Grafenwoehr Bldg, 539.
School Bus Transportation
Parents of students living off post must contact the School Bus Office (SBO) in advance to arrange for bus passes, bus stops and bus registration. Consult SBO before leasing off-post housing to confirm housing is within bus district.
Buses are provided free of charge but each child must be registered in the school before they can register or be issued a School Bus Pass. The school bus offices are located at the Rose Barracks (Vilseck) High School and in the Netzaberg Schools. Only those students with passes will be authorized to ride school buses. The services are limited to specific areas off post, so be certain to only accept housing within the commuting area. Housing will be able to tell you if your quarters will be within the bus service district.
The Vilseck Military Community of Rose Barracks is on the southern end of the Grafenwoehr Training area. Vilseck High School and Elementary School are part of USAG Bavaria which consists of 23 schools.
The Department of Defense Schools are a great place for learning. Students at Vilseck HS consistently score above the national average in all core subject areas. The HS has state of the art equipment for its 15 Professional Technical Studies programs. Some of the programs are Video Production, Information Technology, Engineering, Business Management and a new Culinary Arts program. Additionally, VHS offers Advanced Placement courses, honor programs, distance learning opportunities, college preparatory courses, and student assistance programs to meet individual needs.
Students at Vilseck High School participate in a comprehensive athletic program with a history of championship teams. The sports offered are Football, Cross Country, Volleyball, Tennis, Wrestling, Golf, Boys and Girls Soccer, and Track and Field.
Vilseck Elementary School students score above the National average in Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. The school enjoys strong community support, cultural exchanges with the local community. The community of Vilseck is an exciting and inviting place to be. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Tower and Rose Barracks have three Elementary schools (K-5), one High school and one Middle school. There is one each Elementary school located in Grafenwoehr, Netzaberg and Vilseck. Middle School students (grades 6-8) from Grafenwoehr and Vilseck attend Middle School in Netzaberg. High School students (grades 9-12) attend High School in Vilseck. School bus transportation is provided for all school age children.
Grafenwoehr Elementary School www.dodea.edu/GrafenwoehrES
Vilseck Elementary School www.dodea.edu/VilseckES
Netzaberg Elementary School www.dodea.edu/NetzabergES
Netzaberg Middle School www.dodea.edu/NetzabergMS
Vilseck High School www.dodea.edu/VilseckHS
There are a few private schools in the USAG Bavaria area. Most schools accept American children. School is taught in German. Depending on the school, lunch may be provided along with other snacks or you may have to pick your child up and then bring your child back in the afternoon. The school usually has someone who speaks English.
Home schooling is authorized for SOFA sponsored dependents in Germany. Sponsors of school age children who are eligible to attend a DODEA-E school, but wish to homeschool, are entitled to certain auxiliary services through DoDEA-E such as testing, enrollment in select classes, use of library, activities, etc.
Please contact the School Liaison Officer (SLO) for information on accessing services. Your SLO can assist you in finding contacts with a home schooling association before leaving for Germany.
You may also want to purchase curriculum materials before you arrive. Visit your SLO page at europe.armymwr.com/SLO (select Grafenwoehr, Hohenfels, or Garmisch)
Please see the topic "College/Technical Training" for information about adult education.
The Military Community has three Elementary Schools, one Middle School and one High School. All schools are part of the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) which is part of the Department of Defense Educational Activity (DoDEA).
Children of Military Members and Department of Defense Civilians and qualified NAF employees who are command sponsored may attend DoDDS schools on Post.
Student 2 Student (S2S)
Schools provide a Student 2 Student (S2S) program for new students. This program assists incoming students with getting to know the school and becoming familiar with the community. Request for an S2S sponsor can be made through the School Liaison Officer (SLO).