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Bilingual Branch

One of our three parallel classes has been permanently established as a bilingual class. We have been successfully training bilingual pupils for over 10 years.

Why “Bilingualism”?

The bilingually educated students acquire an extended foreign language and intercultural competence. With the Abitur, they receive a certificate from the state of Rhineland-Palatinate. Besides, we certify them as foreign language level C 1 (according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) if they complete an English language course at the same time.

How is bilingual teaching organized?

In the bilingual class, after a preparatory English lesson, the student switches to the classroom. 5/6 the language of instruction in Social Science subjects is English. This begins step by step with Geography in Kl. 7 and with History/Social Studies in Grade 9. From Grade 10, all three subjects are taught in the so-called “Bili course”. Occasionally other subjects (e. g. Biology) can be taught bilingually in modules.

How do I know whether my child is suitable for the bilingual stream?

If you can find your child in this description, then think about registering them for the “Bili.” Allocation to the bilingual class takes place upon admission. If you have further questions, please contact our coordinator for bilingual teaching, Mrs. Schüller-Rees.