Alexander M. Patch American High School in Germany
Alexander M. Patch American High School (also known as "Patch American High School" or "Patch High School") is a high school English language on Patch Barracks in Stuttgart, Germany operated by DODEA (formerly called Dodds ). Opened in 1979; the students who depend largely military that donors were assigned to units of the Stuttgart military community, including Patch Barracks, Robinson Barracks, Panzer Kaserne, and Kelley Barracks. The school was named after Alexander McCarrell Patch, a general in the US Army during World War II. From the 1979-2006 school activities for grades 7-12. With the closure in 1992 of the American High School in Stuttgart PATTONVILLE, Patch High School became the only DODEA (Dodds) School in Stuttgart region. After 2006 the school changed to 9-12 due to increased enrollment and high school project was created Panzer Kaserne nearby and Robinson Barracks to be used by the students. Patch High School officially closed June 30, 2015. The newly built Stuttgart High School (Germany) about Panzer Kaserne will be DoDEA (Dodds) the only high school in the region Stuttgart starting with the academic year 2015- 16.
The research institute
-The University offers classes like typical schools in United States.
-A Number of courses offered are as follows
+ English (AP and honors courses are also provided)
+ Math (Algebra through Calculus AP)
+ Science (Physics, Chemistry, anatomy, biology, etc.)
+ Foreign Languages (German, French, Spanish)
+ Lock computer
+ Fine Arts (humanities, arts, advanced, intermediate and beginning band, choir, show choir, jazz band, string combination)
+ History (Government, United States. History, AP World History, AP Human Geography, AP US History, etc)
+ Force JROTC (Battalion 8)