Our common goal

is to promote the independence and success of our students.

We live, learn and grow in an open, global school community and support each student individually on their path into the future.

How students learn best

Our school is characterized by a meaningful, positive and supportive school culture that fosters a respectful, committed and community-oriented learning environment.

We strive for continuous development and cultivate a climate of collaboration and mutual respect.

Our approach allows pupils to reach their full potential and teachers to work in an environment that supports their professionalism and development.

Learning in two languages

From Preschool to Year 4, our students are taught in English-speaking classes by native speakers. This applies to all subjects except German. Our commitment to communication in the English language guarantees rapid language success. Within just a few weeks, pupils understand the essentials and begin to speak English.

From Year 5 to the Abitur, the focus is on bilingual subject teaching in the social and natural sciences. Although lessons in subjects such as geography and history focus primarily on the subject content, our approach aims to improve technical language skills in the foreign language in the respective subject areas as well.

Montessori pedagogy

The pedagogy in our school is based on the principles of Maria Montessori Education, which emphasise self-determined learning and active engagement in a supportive environment. Pupils actively choose their learning content according to their own pace and interests, while teachers act to support and encourage pupils’ natural curiosity and urge to discover new things.

Learning with all senses

We offer individual support based on the different learning types and pedagogical diagnostics. Our aim is to optimise the individual learning process, which is supported by staff and resources in our Montessori room for self-organised learning. Here we have extensive materials for mathematical thinking, language development, practical life exercises and sensory training, which also promote creative and artistic development.

Show me how to do it.

Help me to do it myself. I can and want to do it on my own. Have patience, to figure out my own ways.
Our classrooms are specially designed to support independence and hands-on learning, using Montessori materials that engage the senses and encourage creative thinking.
This self-organised approach builds self-confidence, promotes social skills and supports a deeper understanding of the learning content by encouraging pupils to take control of their own learning.

Self-organised learning

encourages students to take responsibility for their own learning. 

Flexible curricula and diverse learning resources support learners in developing their own learning strategies.

Teachers guide pupils with tasks, but give freedom in the chioce of learning location, time, sources and partners.
The use of technology and collaborative platforms foster the self-organization.

We support our students with tailor-made learning material and differentiated tasks. In addition to exercise books, students have access to an iPad.

Regular feedback and reflection strengthen the learning process and enable effective assessment. The assessment criteria are defined in a learning agreement.

Media education

Digital learning has been an integral part of our lessons since 2008. The iPad enables our pupils to have an individual and interactive learning experience. It serves as a tool for self-organized learning and promotes the free development and expression of our pupils. Learning assignments are distributed digitally, giving pupils access to relevant content and exercises anytime and anywhere.

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Media use as a diverse and creative tool in the classroom

Our lessons go beyond simply teaching programming languages. We teach how algorithms work and how they are put together in order to optimally prepare pupils for digital challenges. Media literacy, i.e. the ability to use media in a targeted and responsible manner, is an integral part of our school programme. Using the internet in a conscious manner is essential: we educate our pupils about important topics such as internet rights, anonymity, data protection, copyright, image rights, cyberbullying and more.

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From Year 5 onwards, our pupils receive a school iPad. They learn how to use it effectively including the basics of digital filing and notebook management. From Year 7 onwards, pupils learn with their own iPad.

Configuration of iPads

During school hours, the iPad is configured so that only school apps and learning applications can be used during school hours.

Weiterbildung der Lehrer

Damit unsere Lehrkräfte immer auf dem neuesten Stand sind nehmen sie regelmäßig an Weiterbildungen zum Thema Digitalisierung teil.
Digital learning
Digital Intelligence

Career and study preparation

To best prepare pupils for their future careers, our career preparation includes teaching career-specific skills and knowledge, hands-on experience through internships, career advice, soft skills development, insights into the job market and support with transitioning into the world of work.

Study preparation means, preparing our pupils for higher education by developing subject knowledge, academic skills, independent learning and critical thinking.


Discovering interests, promoting strengths in a targeted manner

practical eyperience

Internships, company visits and attending career fairs


Rhetoric courses, voice training, an insight into digital job applications


MS Office training from, business simulation games from Year 7, job application training.


We aim to empower our students to make responsible and independent decisions. Our courses focus on educational measures that promote entrepreneurial attitudes and skills. They include the development of values, aptitude and personal qualifications. Entrepreneurship education also includes developing the knowledge and skills needed to start and run a successful business.

Practice-oriented work

  • Banking simulation games
  • School competitions organized by the Federal Agency for Civic Education (BpB)
  • Business simulation game WIWAG,
  • Pupil business (launching, business plan preparation, etc.)
  • School banking competition

Extracurricula learning venues

  • Trade fair visits and company tours
  • Video conferences with bankers and managers to put economic issues into practice
  • Workshop on the topic of “Shares and investment”
  • Business start-up seminar with the IHK
  • Attendance at online events on succession planning in companies