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Languages of instructionEnglish, French, and German
Age RangeAges 10 to 18
Yearly fees: Not public

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Quick summary of key school information

Language of instruction English, French, and German
Native English, French, and German teachers
Extra languages (other than English, French, and German)
Class sizes Average 20 students / class
Maximum 20 students / class
Extracurricular activities
School bus
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This school does not make their fees public for the academic year 2024/2025.

Address: Badenallee 31/32 D – 14052 Berlin-Charlottenburg Germany
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Number of students


Number of nationalities represented in the school


Most common nationality


Ratio of local students to international students

68 % local students

Native English, French, and German speaking teachers


Language support for students not fluent in English, French, and German

Yes: intensive language tuition for a quick catch-up with the German language, as most subjects are taught in German

Additional language classes offered by the school


Max. number of students per class


Average number of students per class


Does the school employ teaching assistants?

In some cases

Use of technology in the classroom

State-of-the-art digital devices are used in all classrooms. These include interactive whiteboards, iPads, notebooks, VR glasses and 3D printers. The school has been awarded the Digital Excellence seal of approval and has a wide-ranging media concept.

Is the school ready to use virtual classrooms when needed? (e.g. teaching lessons online if the school is closed, e.g. during COVID-19 closures)

The school is equipped with appropriate technical facilities, which are of course used in different cases (Covid, longer pupil absences). Lessons can also take place in hybrid form.

Do students practice religion at the school? What religion?

The school is non-denominational and therefore open to all religions. Religious lessons do not take place.

How does the school accommodate non-religious students or students of a different religion?

Consideration is given to the particularities of different religions, for example, at meals or on religious holidays.

External examinations or assessments available

French: DELF
English: Cambridge Certificate

Results in these examinations

Official placement in the respective language level

Do teachers assign homework to their students?


Approximate hours of homework given

The estimated time for homework depends on the subject and the grade. For younger students, there is optional homework assistance in the afternoon every weekday.

Percentage of students who pursue further education post-graduation

Most of our graduates attend a university in Germany or abroad after successfully passing their Abitur and/or AbiBac.

Dedicated staff/programs for students with special learning needs

Yes, the school offers individual support for different needs of the pupils

Learning support offered

German support
Mathematics support
French support
Target agreement meetings
Learning development coaching
Learning level assessments

The school supports gifted, able and talented students

Support for giftedness takes place throughout the school year. This is designed to be interdisciplinary and inter-grade and is project-oriented. A teacher with special training is available for this purpose.

Student access to education psychologist

Special contact persons are available for all age groups. These may have special qualifications as child and youth psychologists or social pedagogues.

Entry evaluation for students

Pupils are admitted after a personal interview with the school director. Personal aptitude, school requirements and a school recommendation for the transition after primary school are considered. The special concept requires that parents, teachers and pupils agree and work together.

Waiting list

Usually, the transition to school takes place at grade 5 (Gymnasium). Admission is also possible in grade 7 or to the upper school (grade 11), provided there are free places. A lateral entry into all other grades can also be made possible in the event of a vacancy. An early application is necessary in any case, as the free places are very much in demand.

Deadline for registration (new academic year)

Usually, enrolments are completed in the month of February. Application is possible at any time.

Students can join after academic year begins

In some cases, admission in the current school year is unavoidable for personal reasons, although not advantageous or recommended.

School start time

8:30 am

School finish time

3:15 pm resp. 5:00 pm

Supervised care before/after school

Yes: Students can enter the building from 8 am.
Supervision takes place until 5 pm as part of the afternoon supervision.

School bus service available

There is a very good connection to public transport, which makes a school bus unnecessary in most cases.

School provided lunches

The school has its own school restaurant. All meals are freshly prepared in-house and are adapted to taste, needs and any intolerances. Meal participation is an integral part of the school concept. The meal includes breakfast, lunch (buffet) and snack. Fruit and drinks are offered throughout the school day.

Food alternatives for special dietary needs (ie. vegan, kosher, halal etc)

Alternative meals are served daily, taking into account health and religious aspects. This also includes a daily offer of vegetarian dishes. In case of impairments such as diabetes or intolerances/allergies, an individual arrangement is made with the chef and separate meals are offered.

Uniform required

A school uniform is deliberately not required in order to leave room for the individuality of the pupils.

Extracurricular activities or clubs offered

A variety of different afternoon activities are offered daily. These can be creative, musical, sporting or other. The activities are offered every semester and can be booked as an option.

Sports activities included

The range of sports on offer is essentially derived from the curriculum framework of the state of Berlin. These are ball sports, athletics, swimming or, in the upper school, a skiing course.

Sports teams or sport competitions available for students

This varies from school year to school year and depends on the interest of the students.

Facilities at the school

The activities take place in the school building. The premises are used optimally for this purpose.

Sports facilities at the school

The school uses an excellently equipped sports hall.

Qualities and characteristics best defining the school

The school is characterised by a commitment to pedagogical innovation. Our aim is to stimulate learning processes, to promote joy in learning and to develop creativity. Our values are in particular: Responsibility, loyalty, respect, adaptability and reliability.

Teaching approach of the school

The learning process is characterised by individual support, immersive learning, trilingualism and an education in cosmopolitanism and tolerance.

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