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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.
Patch Middle School Test Scores There are five Department of Defense Education Activity(DoDEA)schools located in the Stuttgart area. Each elementary school has Kindergarten through grade five. The elementary schools feed collectively into Patch Middle School (6-8) and then Stuttgart High School (9-12). The teacher to student ratio varies in each school from 18-25 students per one teacher. All grades are based upon a 100 point system where as 90-100 is an "A". Bus service is provided to DoDEA for those living off the post where the school is located and who are on an established bus route. Hot lunches are provided in all cafeterias.
Documents Required for Registration
Report card or transfer card from previous school if available; Original birth certificate or passport for verification of birth date for enrollees in Kindergarten or First Grade**; Certificate of Immunization; PCS orders and family member travel orders (if applicable); Service member s ID card; Address and phone number of emergency point of contact; Official mailing address and phone number of sponsor; Home phone number and prefix (if available); Child's social security number.
DoDEA age entrance requirements for all DoD Schools are:
If you have any questions about exceptions, contact DoDEA.
Standardized Test Scores
Standardized test scores for schools in the Stuttgart Community are available through the DoDEA Data Center:
Special Education Services
Learning Impaired (LI) students under an IEP have support from the LI teacher, who works with the student and the individual classroom teacher within the student’s classroom. DoDEA schools follows the inclusion model, meaning students are seen in their classrooms as much as possible and not pulled out for these services. Communication Impaired students follow the provisions as stated on their IEPs. For more information on special education, visit their website.
Five DoDEA schools located in the Stuttgart area, including Stuttgart Elementary School, Patch Elementary School, Robinson Elementary School, Patch Middle School, and Stuttgart High School. Bus service is provided for those living on-post and off-post and who are on an established bus route. Contact the School Liaison Office for information; DSN 314-430-7465 or CIV +49-711-680-7465.
There is an International School located in Stuttgart as well as many German public schools. The International School in Stuttgart was founded in 1985 to serve the needs of the international community in the Stuttgart area. The school is a private, non-profit academic institution governed by a Board of Directors, who are elected by the membership of the association. The school offers a formal educational program in English for pre-K through grade 12. Tuition ranges depending on the grade of the child. In addition to the tuition, there is a one-time charge for an entrance fee and a registration fee. Contact the school for curriculum information and availability of tuition assistance.
Another option for education for children in the Stuttgart area is Home Schooling. There is a very active Home School Association which publishes a monthly newsletter and has group activities and support meetings.