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Municipalities offer secondary schools as a new branch of school. It can be a secondary school that brings together secondary and secondary schools, or a secondary school that also offers a gymnasium branch - whether run as a full-time school depends on the circumstances. The aim of the secondary school is to teach basic skills, to strengthen independent and social learning and to promote a common school life through year-based and cross-school teaching. It offers its pupils a basic, extended or deepened general education and enables them to develop an individual focus according to their performance and inclinations. The teaching at the secondary school consists of compulsory, compulsory and elective lessons. Compulsory and elective lessons are carried out in the introductory phase of the upper secondary school, which was conducted in school year 10. Lessons are taught at two or three levels of requirements, based on the following main content: basic requirements level (G-course), core curriculum of the secondary school, increased requirement level (e-course), core curriculum of the secondary school, additional requirement level (Z-course), core curriculum of the gymnasium. In addition to the core curricula, content on social pedagogical support for pupils with special needs as well as courses to promote the improvement of school performance and to professional practice and vocational orientation are also offered, as well as other Content. Pupils in the secondary and secondary schools of a secondary school divided by branch of secondary school are still entitled to the transition to the secondary school or, if offered, to the secondary school or to a grammar school, if their certificate is a corresponding note image. Depending on the degree obtained at the secondary school, the pupils are required to move to a vocational school (e.g. technical secondary school, vocational high school) or to the upper secondary school of the general secondary school or the comprehensive school. Entitled. At the end of the 10th year of schoolyear, the following degrees can be obtained in a secondary school: Extended secondary education I, which entitles students to attend the introductory phase of the upper secondary school (10th year) and a vocational high school (11th year). Secondary education I - Secondary school leaving certificate Secondary education I - Secondary school leaving certificate (can be obtained at the end of the 9th year of school)

The transition from the 4th year of the primary school to the 5th year of the secondary school is based on the school career recommendation: Decision of the legal guardians ("free parental will") in-depth advice from the primary school Certificate of the 4th year of the school year


  • Die Schulen halten die erforderlichen Anmeldeformulare vor.
  • Onlineverfahren möglich: ggf. möglich _ z.B: pandemiebedingt (z. B. Download der Anmeldeunterlagen)
  • Schriftform erforderlich: ja
  • Persönliches Erscheinen nötig: grundsätzlich ja

Preconditions
  • Die Schülerin / der Schüler muss das 4. Schuljahr erfolgreich beendet haben (Ausnahme: Das Kind hat die 4. Klasse schon wiederholt. Dann rückt es in Jg. 5 auf).
  • Die Eltern oder Erziehungsberechtigten müssen ihr Kind in der Oberschule angemeldet haben.

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Die Anmeldung an einer Oberschule muss direkt bei der Oberschule, die das Kind besuchen soll, abgegeben werden. Die Schulen haben hierfür feste Anmeldetermine. In Ausnahmefällen (z.B. Corona-Pandemie) kann es sein, dass die Unterlagen auch mit der Post an die Schule geschickt werden können. Anmeldung im laufenden Schuljahr bei einem Schulformwechsel erfolgen in der Regel zum Halbjahr (pädagogische Gründe).