About our School
- School located in Sachsenhausen, a quiet residential area just a ten-minute walk from the city centre.
- Frankfurt Residence only 10 minutes away by foot from the school building.
- Courses for Germand and English can be combined.
- Multinational staff speaking many different languages available for students.
- Wide range of local activities included in the U20 leisure program.
- Multilingual teamers supervise the students during all of their freetime activities and are available for help.
- Established in 1983 and accredited by FDSV.
The school is on the 5th floor of a 13-storey building. The classrooms are all bright and have a view of either Sachsenhausen or towards the centre of the city and Europe’s most famous skyline. The school also has a student lounge and coffee corner, where students usually meet up in-between lessons.
Classrooms: 19 classrooms, with access to audio-visual facilities.
Facilities: Reception Area, Café, Terrace
Library service: Books can be bought or borrowed on request. A common room where students can do their homework and study is available on the ground floor.
Bistro, Snacks and Drinks: There is a coffee corner with a coffee machine and water dispenser. Apart from that, our school director makes sure that there is always a fresh pot of coffee available for students free of charge. There are several restaurants and snack bars a 5 minute walk from the school.
Accessability for disabled students: yes
Average age: 15.4
Average number of students: winter: ca. 75; summer: ca. 220 (120 adults + 100 U20s)
Nationality Mix: Russia: 18,5%, Poland & Turkey: 13,6%, Italy: 8,6%, Romania & Spain & USA: 6,2%, Latvia & Ukraine:4,9%, Hungary: 3,7%, Albania & Canada & Mexico: 2,5%, UK & Lithuania & Sri Lanka & Switzerland & China & Czech Republic & Uzbekistan: 1,2%
"The family was nice and they were easy to communicate with. They trusted my judgment. Traveling to Europe by myself was the most fun thing I've ever done. I have made friendships with people around the world who I will remember for the rest of my life." Jake (United States)
"The accommodation at Sprachcaffe was brilliant. The location was very good as Sprachcaffe was right near the bus and U-Bahn (underground) station making it easy to travel from place to place. I learnt so much German in Frankfurt, and made so many friends that I am still in contact with. I'm so glad I went on this trip as it helped me become more confident with my German, and enabled me to learn some things that you could not learn in a classroom. Overall, the experience was great as I saw lots of parts of Frankfurt which was really interesting, and also got to go to other places like Heidelberg - a beautiful city! The teachers were really nice and kept a good balance between working hard, but still having fun so that we would stay concentrated. My two teamers were very good. All in all, however, it was mostly perfect! The experience was excellent and we wouldn't hesitate to do it again." Tara (Canada)
Emergency number: 0049 152 214 71 842
Opening hours: 09:00 – 20:30, from Monday to Friday, except public holidays and the Christmas break.
Office hours: Mon –Fri 09:00 am – 07:00 pm CET
Languages spoken by staff: German, English, Italian, Spanish
Internet: Wireless internet access available. 1 hour - 1 EUR, 2 hours - 2 EUR, 4 hours -4 EUR, 8 hours - 8 EUR, 16 hours - 15 EUR, 30 hours - 20 EUR. 1 PC is available in the school for students to use for free.