Brandeis scores on National German Exam best in SA

May 20, 2011

The purpose of the National German Examination is to recognize achievement in the study of the German language, and to promote proficiency in the German language. This examination is administered each year to more than 26,000 students in the United States. Three students from Brandeis High School scored above 90 percent on this difficult examination. They were the only students from San Antonio to achieve this accomplishment.

The honorees are:

John

Kellner

Brandeis HS

Christian

Veraza

Brandeis HS

Marie

McCammon

Brandeis HS

Brigitte

Deyle

teacher