Klenze-Gymnasium, Germany


The Klenze-Gymnasium has a technological-scientific focus. This means that the subjects of chemistry and physics as well as computer science are emphasized in the intermediate and higher grades (8th-12th grade). In 1921, the school was founded as the Kreisoberrealschule III in the Klenzestraße and named after the street. At the moment, the Klenze-Gymnasium has about 900 students and 80 full-time teachers. It offers students the possibility to acquire the Baccalauréats and supplementary other tongue courses for students with Chinese, Italian, Spanish, Russian and new Greek as their mother tongue.

Website: http://www.klenze-gymnasium.de