The John F. Kennedy School was founded in 1960, as a bilingual and bi-cultural, German – American public school. The school serves 1700 students in two buildings. The elementary school is made up of grades K – 6 and the high school contains grades 7 – 12. The student body is comprised of 57% Germans, 40% Americans and 3% international students. The school has a faculty of more than 150 teachers, including 75 Americans and 83 Germans. The elementary school has an American principal and a German principal as well as corresponding assistant principals. The city of Berlin offers unsurpassed cultural and recreational opportunities, making it one of the most vibrant and livable capitals in the world.
General Requirements: U.S. citizen, certification from one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia, three years of recent experience in the U.S.
Application deadline is December 1, 2017