Saturday Program

The ASB English Language Center offers English classes on Saturday mornings during the school year. Classes consist of 2.5 hours of academic English instruction, plus 1 hour of an activity where English is integrated into the class (e.g. art, video editing, sports, etc.).

Students are assigned to classes according to age and English proficiency level. See levels. Students (ages 11+) may also sign up for one of our Cambridge Exam Preparation Courses.

Apply by September 6, 2023 to guarantee your spot and be eligible for a second semester discount. Applications received after this date are subject to availability. 

Program Dates Schedule Semester 1 Semester 2
Saturdays Oct. 7 - May 25, 2024


805€ 805€

Example Schedules

3-5 year olds


Circle Time (presentation of the theme of the day); review days of the week, months, the weather, shapes and colors).


Language-based activities (puzzles, arts and crafts in English, supervised games)

Outdoor recess in Kinder area / snack from home
Story time and/or songs
English games, arts and crafts, short video clips
Preparation for going home; review of learning during the morning; good-bye song

Activities ages 3-5

6-16 year olds

9:45-10:00 Students arrive on campus.
10:00-10:40 Period 1 (English)
10:40-11:20 Period 2 (Sports)
11:20-12:00 Period 3 (English)
12:00-12:30 Outdoor recess – time to eat snack and socialize
12:30-13:10 Period 4 
13:10-13:50 Period 5 (English/Technology)
13:50-14:00 Preparation to go home/Dismissal

Activities ages 6-16


Students are assigned to their classes according to their age and level of English proficiency. We administer a language level test on the first day of classes for students ages 7 and older to evaluate efficiently and effectively the level of students’ listening, speaking, reading and writing proficiency in English. Students 6 years and younger are generally placed into classes by age, except in special circumstances in which a significant difference exists between the language level of the child and his/her peers.