Virtual tours - our school buildings in 360-degree views

In our youngest building, the Katharina von Gersdorf house, is the large hall, which is used for events and exams. A media library on two floors is available to schoolchildren for learning. The upper level is taught in the classrooms of the schoolhouse, which is built in passive style, and there are also computer rooms, the teachers' room and the one-world kiosk.

The Jan Hus house was built for various specialist rooms. The technology rooms are on the ground floor, the music rooms on the first floor and two spacious art studios with a large balcony under the flat roof.

In the Amos-Comenius-House, school life begins on the Zinzendorfschulen for the lower grades. The gymnasium is on one wing and the science rooms at the opposite end.

House Spangenberg is the oldest building on the campus on Mönchweilerstraße - and yet so modern. In addition to classrooms for the middle and upper grades, there is a learning studio under the roof that leaves nothing to be desired.

In the Christian David house, high school students can retire in their free periods, the student representatives meet here and the baking group mixes their dough, which is regularly turned into pizza, bread and cakes in the bakery built by the students.

The listed Erdmuth-Dorotheen-House not only offers boarding school residents a comfortable home. The future educators of the technical schools for social affairs and social pedagogy are taught here as well. There is a meditation room, a specialist library and a room with computer workstations. In the teaching kitchen, pupils from different types of schools try out delicious and healthy recipes.

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