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Child Development Centers / School / Youth

Child Development Centers: There are 4 Child Development Centers located on Ramstein AB and Vogelweh AB that offer care for children 6 weeks to 6 years of age. All are NAEYC accredited. Programs include full-time care and hourly care. The Resource and Referral Office serves as a one-stop location for all 4 CDCs. Call the office at 314-480-8782 or 011-49-6371-47-8782.

Family Child Care approved homes are available. Call 314-480-1180.

Schools: School age children attend the Department of Defense Dependent Schools within the Kaiserslautern Military Community (KMC). The KMC is the largest school district outside the continental United States, with 20 schools, approximately 7960 students, and a teaching staff of 500. All schools are located near government housing areas. The school your child(ren) attends will depend on where you live, not where you work.

For a complete list of schools in the Kaiserslautern Military Community including links to their Web sites, E-mail addresses, and other contact information, click here.

Standardized test scores for all the Kaiserslautern Military Community Schools are available through the DoDEA Data Center.

Youth Programs: Two Youth Centers throughout the KMC offer many special events just for youth:

  • Ramstein YC, Bldg 428; phone 314-480-6444
  • Vogelweh YC, Bldg 1057; phone 314-489-6504

 

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