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Guiding principle



The focus is on the individual student. He/she is perceived with his/her individual strengths and weaknesses and is not lost in the crowd.



Through the many trips and the international character of the schools, the students do not get to know countries and people as something distant and foreign, but experience the diversity of the world in everyday school life itself.



having a say.

Opinion-forming and having a say are decisive features for the further life of our students and are encouraged and supported at our schools.




help to shape.

The pupils should enjoy helping to shape their environment. They are consciously involved in processes of the learning environment and can develop and contribute in diverse projects.



Only we do that

  • Association-owned youth art school with the full range of a music school at all locations
  • international teachers and pupils (recognised as a school with an international character)
  • Presence of teachers and educators as stable reference persons
  • club-owned boarding school
  • Band and wind classes

That's what they all do

  • Graduation: Abitur
  • Graduation: Intermediate school leaving certificate
  • Final examination: Fachhochschulreife
  • Teaching according to the Saxon curriculum
  • Teaching of learning and methodological skills