The 2021-2022 school year registration is now open
We will begin our 2021-2022 school year with our highly successful and battle-tested online classes. SDRS online program leverages BistroLanguages Inc. (bistrolanguages.com), online platform, and many years of experience in e-learning implementation. We hope to transition to in-person classes after variants exhaust themselves.
Register for Heritage Language Classes here
Register for WASC accredited and UC Admissions approved Russian language classes here.
High school students can transfer these credits to their school transcripts.
About the School
Since 1998, the San Diego Russian School has welcomed kids from all over San Diego County for Sunday classes. Thanks to the continuing support of the UCSD Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (REEES) Program the School has been able to offer a variety of classes for children with different levels of fluency in Russian. Our students participated and won awards in several nationwide contests. During the school year, students had an opportunity to meet with the UCSD REEES students and faculty who came to school and talked about their research and studies. We are very happy about the growth of SDRS in the past year and look forward to another productive year.
This year the school will offer the following classes:
For freshmen and sophomores: Russian Language, Russian Literature, Russian History and Russian Language Development. There will also be classes of Natural History, Art History and Russian Cinematography & Animations.
For juniors and seniors: Russian Language and Professional Translating, Russian History, Russian Literature, Russian Language Development and Geography. Once a month there will also be classes of History of Russian Cinematography and Introduction to Careers.
Russian as a Foreign Language class for both adults and youth. This class is for students who have just begun their journey in Russian education.
San Diego Russian School promotes cross-cultural connections by providing a broad education system which covers Russian language, history, and literature in a bilingual environment. The school was originally founded in 1998 to retain heritage language, history, and culture among Russian children and teenagers living in San Diego. Since then the school has developed into an immersion program offering a broad array of subjects for both fluent speakers and beginners.
College Scholarships for Seniors
Community Commons administers a College Scholarship Program that provides SDRS graduating seniors with a one-time financial assistance for future studying in college. The scholarship program is intended to reward academic excellence and participation in school activities and other Community Commons projects.
The scholarships in the amount of $100-$500 are awarded to high school students who have completed a minimum of 6 years in San Diego Russian School including the school’s senior year.