Gymnasium specialising in social and health sciences (SGG)
A Further Path to the Abitur (German University Qualification)
Vocational high schools such as the social and health science high school are growing more and more popular. The here reached qualification offers the same access to all university courses just like the Abitur from a general high school.
A degree from a social and health science high school is particularly interesting for students who are working towards a career in the health or social services sector. But the SGG also offers opportunities for students who are actually good but have difficulties in math or foreign languages. Due to the new profile subjects, math does not have to be chosen as an examination subject, nor is the addition of a second foreign language obligatory.
Role Model for more than 25 Years
The Zinzendorf Schools founded the social science secondary school and therewith became the nationwide pioneer. We still offer an ideal setting for individual learning in small classes.
What students can expect at the SGG
Students are brought to the same level of knowledge
Communication and work techniques are practiced
Intensive introduction to the respective profile subject
Mathematics support course to facilitate entry into upper-level mathematics classes
Optional: Spanish as second or third foreign language
14-day internship in a social institution
|New profile subjects
Pedagogy & psychology with six hours per week
|Other special features
Study trips and excursions
Mathematics support course
Possibility to participate in working groups and clubs
Under the new roof of the oldest school building of the Zinzendorf Schools, a unique learning studio has been created based on the latest pedagogical findings.
Our high school students can learn individually in spacious, bright rooms: In groups, with the guidance of a teacher or independently – depending on how it meets their needs. The focus is on preparing for the Abitur and promoting those competences which are not only the basis for further studies, but also important for lifelong learning.