The secondary school provides its pupils with a general education and enables them to focus according to their achievements and inclinations. The teaching in the secondary school is based on the content and learning techniques developed in the primary school. The methods are age-appropriate and lead students to self-responsible learning. The course leads to the secondary school leaving certificate.
The secondary school not only provides specialist knowledge and skills, but also attitudes and attitudes that facilitate a learning and working process. The transition to year 7 will focus on career orientation across disciplines; Company visits and internships provide an overview of the requirements of the professional and working world.
The pupils of the secondary school take part in a final procedure in year 10. This consists of two parts: the central thesis in the subjects German and Mathematics and in the first foreign language as well as a presentation based on a housework or an oral examination.
The secondary school leaving certificate (middle degree) offers the entry into a dual education and, depending on the performance, also entitles you to the transition to secondary schools.
§ 23a Hessisches Schulgesetz (Schulgesetz - HSchG)
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