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Community school and community school with upper school
Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
In the lower secondary level, the community school comprises the six grades 5 to 10, followed by a grammar school upper level with grades 11 to 13. The community schools with upper school thus comprise grades 5 to 13.
The outstanding feature of community schools is joint learning.
Community schools are committed to the individual support of the pupils, regardless of the school-leaving qualifications to be achieved.
The different performance possibilities are met above all by forms of internally differentiated teaching. The community school leads pupils of all talents in a joint course of education to the lower secondary level or to the transfer to the upper school.
In grades 5 to 7, the student receives certificates in the form of a report report. At the end of grade 8 at the latest, grade certificates must be awarded.
Upon request, students who need a longer learning period can attend the Flexible Transition Phase (FlexPhase), in which grades 8 and 9 are completed in three years.
At the end of grade 9, the first general education school-leaving certificate (formerly: Hauptschulabschluss) can be obtained, and at the end of grade 10, the intermediate school-leaving certificate can be obtained. As with all school-leaving qualifications in Schleswig-Holstein, examinations must be taken, which include centrally placed written papers in German, mathematics and English, at least one oral examination and a project presentation. In addition, the community school also leads to a transfer to the upper secondary school or "community schools with upper levels" in a 9-year course of study leading to the Abitur.
- Schleswig-Holstein School Act (Schulgesetz - SchulG),
- State Ordinance on Community Schools (GemVO),
- State Ordinance on the Design of the Upper School and the Abitur Examination in the Grammar Schools and Community Schools (OAPVO).
What else should I know?
As of the 2010/11 school year, all existing comprehensive schools were converted into community schools.
As of the 2011/12 school year, the secondary schools have been merged together with the secondary schools to form regional schools or converted into community schools .
As of the 2014/2015 school year, all regional schools have been converted into community schools.
Further information on community schools in Schleswig-Holstein can be found in the state portal "Education Schleswig-Holstein".
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.