The Landheim boarding school is one of the most prestigious boarding schools in South Germany. The educational institution is located near Munich. Today, children of both sexes study at Landheim Schondorf. The history of the school goes back to the first half of the last century. The high educational standards laid down by the founder of the educational institution, Julius Lomann, are still observed. This allows the school to remain on the first positions of national ratings on the results of students passing exams for Abitur.
This is a full-cycle boarding school. It presents all levels of secondary education. Each has its own academic features. The principle of education unites the steps. The individual abilities of students are in focus. This approach allows you to educate self-confident, purposeful personalities.
Training is conducted in German.
To enter the school you need knowledge of German (level B2). Foreign students can pre-pass language courses in recommended schools and centers.
Also, applicants are interviewed, pass a certificate or an extract from the report card.
The full-cycle institution offers programs in elementary, junior, middle and high school (Abitur).
In Primary School, small students study general subjects. In addition to their attention are offered sports, creative circles. The peculiarity of primary school is the level of adult control. Small students are always under the supervision of teachers: at lessons, while doing homework, on extra-curricular activities, rest, at the hostel.
Children are admitted to primary school from the age of 6.
Cost: 2935 euros per month.
The Lower School is predominantly general. Students of grades 5 to 7 study a standard set of subjects, can attend electives and circles of academic, sporting, creative direction. Each student has a tutor from middle or high school. Students-senior pupils are engaged in tutoring with pupils, support them on a way of achievement of the academic, sports, creative purposes.
In The Middle School, students receive more freedom. According to the requirements of the German education system, they choose an academic direction. In addition, students practice in a new activity for themselves - mentoring. They support and supervise junior schoolchildren, take part in public school life, social projects. Education at this stage is not only academic. The secondary school program promotes the development of students' responsibility and independence.
The cost: 2780-3075 euros per month (depending on the program).
The Upper School provides two-year preparation for the university. Education takes on a practical nature. Students focus on subjects that they will continue to teach at the university. They also participate in the public life of the school, supervise younger students, tutoring, mentoring, coaching (try themselves as coaches). At the end of the course, students receive an Abitur certificate that entitles them to enter any university in Germany or a German-language program outside the country.
The cost: 2780-3075 euros per month (depending on the program).
The Landheim Campus has a modern residential facility. Students are accommodated in double rooms. Boys and girls live in separate houses. In dormitories, adult control is organized in 24/7 mode.
Children are offered three meals a day in the dining room on campus. The menu includes European and German dishes.
The extracurricular program is extensive, diverse. There are a lot of circles in the school. Sports fans are available sections of swimming, rowing, sailing, rock climbing, team games, in particular hockey, horse riding. Also there are cycling, extreme sports. For girls, exclusive sections are opened: gymnastics and fitness, athletics, self-defense.
There are many workshops on the campus. Those who wish can learn locksmith's, carpentry, gardening, the management technique of stage props, etc. Art lovers are waiting for circles of drawing, photography, pottery. Also at school elective lessons are offered by vocal, music, drama.
The academic building is characterized by a modest external and restrained interior decoration. Its infrastructure includes audiences, scientific laboratories, craft workshops. Also in the school there is an assembly hall, a conference hall, computer classes, a library, an administrative block.
Sports infrastructure is represented by a covered center for different sports, several open areas and fields.
The housing stock includes student houses with cozy rooms, modern amenities, facilities for self-study and recreation.
The school has a medical first aid center. Also, children can be observed by the home doctor-therapist (if necessary).
The school year continues from mid-September to July. Every month, students are given a mini-vacation or a holiday weekend for recreation. August and the beginning of September - a great summer vacation.
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