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United States Army
School Liaison Officer (SLO)
ACS Bldg 7790
Mississippi Str 22
Wiesbaden Germany 65189
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.
Department of Defense Dependents Schools provide a high-quality education to the children of DoDDs military and civilian personnel stationed in Wiesbaden. Schools in the Wiesbaden area include:
Hainerberg Elementary School
Aukamm Elementary School
Wiesbaden Middle School
Wiesbaden High School
Elementary school assignment is determined by your place of residence. To register your children for school you will need: passport/birth certificate, current shot record, sponsor's ID card, previous school records and travel orders listing family members. Home schooling is available; however, parents must contact the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Schools Liaison Officer (SLO) upon arrival for information. The SLO can help provide answers to school related questions as you relocate to and from USAG Wiesbaden.
The Department of Defense Education Activity policy neither encourages nor discourages home schooling. DoDEA however does recognize that home schooling is a sponsors right and that home schooling can be a legitimate alternative form of education for the sponsors dependents. There is an active home school organization in the Wiesbaden Community. Wiesbaden Area Teachers of Children at Home (WATCH). WATCH hosts a variety of events including numerous field trips through the year. To contact WATCH group, contact the Wiesbaden School Liaison Officer for more details.
Things to know regarding DoDEA Home Schooling policy:
School Liaison Services works in the Wiesbaden military community to support educational excellence. The School Liaison Officer supports the community in the following:
School Liaison Officer can be contacted at DSN 314-548-9305 or 011-49-611-143-548-9305.
There are four Department of Defense Dependants' Schools (DoDDS) located in the Wiesbaden area. These schools provide DoD military and eligible civilian personnel with a high-quality education. Schools in the Wiesbaden area include:
For more school information review our education section or contact the Wiesbaden School Liaison Officer, CIV: 011-49-611-143-548-9305, DSN: 314-548-9305.
Stabilization Act Information
Military personnel who have dependents that are high school juniors may request stabilization at their current assignment or installation until the juniors graduate from high school. Active duty sponsors must request participation/consideration for this program through their unit personnel office. (DA Form 4187)
Plan ahead for school moves. When transitioning, be sure to have the following:
A Copy of Cumulative Folder (Only the copy mailed between schools is considered an official copy.) Current Schedule Report Cards Withdrawal Grades Test Scores: Standardized, Writing, etc. Attendance and Tardy Record.
Special Programs Records as Appropriate: Individual Education Plan (IEP)/Individual Accommodation Plan (IAP)/Gifted English as a Second Language (ESL) At-Risk or Other Action Plans for Classroom Modifications.
DoDEA has changed its Early Child Hood Education programs entrance requirements for all DoD Schools. Age requirements are:
Elementary and Middle school provides physical fitness education as part of the school curriculum. Some after school non competitive sports programs are offered at the elementary and middle school. Wiesbaden High school has competitive sports programs including: Football, Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Soccer, Wrestling, Cross Country, Track, and Baseball. In addition to school sports programs Child Youth and School Services offer a range of sports programs for children and youth ages 3-18 years.
Before and After School Programs
Child Youth and School Services offer a range of before and after school programs.
Free and Reduced Lunch Program
What is it: The Free and Reduced Lunch Program is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Department of Defense. The program is administered locally by School Liaison Services, part of the Child and Youth Service Program. The program allows students from families whose income meets the eligibility criteria to receive free or reduced price meals at the school cafeteria of their respective school.
Many of our Community members qualify for this program sponsored by the Department of Agriculture. Qualification is based on income and number of family members. Example: A family of 4 with a combined income of less than $51,000 qualifies for a reduced price school lunch.
Drop off completed application, including current LES, at the Child Youth and School Services Parent Central Services Office, Building 1213 on Clay Kaserne Services.
Eligibility: All students enrolled in DoDEA schools are eligible for the free or reduced price lunch program based on the combined family income level of their sponsor.
Standardized test scores for Wiesbaden Schools are available through the DoDEA Data Center via these links: