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MINT-EC-School

MINT-EC is a national excellence network of upper secondary schools with a strong profile in Mathematics, Computer Science, Natural Sciences, and Technology (MINT). It was founded in 2000 and works closely with its regional education initiatives. MINT-EC offers a wide range of events and funding for schoolchildren as well as further education and professional exchanges for teachers and school management. The network of currently 295 certified schools with around 315,000 pupils and 25,000 teachers have been under the patronage of the Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder (KMK) since 2009. The main conveyors of MINT-EC are the employers; Gesamtmetall, as part of the think-ING initiative as well as the Siemens Stiftung and the Bavarian employers’ associations vbm bayme/vbw.

The Franziskus Gymnasium Nonnenwerth has been a MINT-EC school since the beginning of the school year 2007/08. The MINT-EC regularly offers MINT-EC Camps, events lasting several days, which are organized in cooperation between renowned research institutions and MINT-EC schools and have different focal points in terms of content. Here, interested pupils can immerse themselves in the respective subject area together with like-minded people far beyond the normal school level.

Through the exchange with other MINT-EC schools, which takes place in various conferences organized by MINT-EC, our teachers train in diverse and innovative initiatives for the creation of motivating and lively MINT lessons and the promotion of students who are particularly talented in this field.

On the following pages, we provide information on the various building blocks of our MINT concept (so far only available in German):