History

1977 Opening of the former Günter-Stöhr-Gymnasium (today: Gymnasium Eggenberg), our secondary school, in an old villa in Munich-Solln. An all-day school with about 100 students in grades 5 to 8. Innovative at the time: afternoon supervision as an essential element of the school concept as well as a scholarship system

1978 Acquisition of a state-recognized primary school and continuation as Reinhard-Wallbrecher-Schule (today: Grundschule Eggenberg) in Krailling near Munich, also as an all-day school

1985 State recognition of the Gymnasium, growing popularity alongside growing need for space

2003 Relocation of the High School to Icking (Irschenhausen) to Villa Eggenberg, a Belle Époque villa built in 1912, with spacious grounds; relocation of the primary school to Solln

2006 New construction of the gym in Icking

2021 Merging of primary school and secondary school on the joint school campus of Villa Eggenberg in Icking

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History

1977 Opening of the former Günter-Stöhr-Gymnasium (today: Gymnasium Eggenberg), our secondary school, in an old villa in Munich-Solln. An all-day school with about 100 students in grades 5 to 8. Innovative at the time: afternoon supervision as an essential element of the school concept as well as a scholarship system

1978 Acquisition of a state-recognized primary school and continuation as Reinhard-Wallbrecher-Schule (today: Grundschule Eggenberg) in Krailling near Munich, also as an all-day school

1985 State recognition of the Gymnasium, growing popularity alongside growing need for space

2003 Relocation of the High School to Icking (Irschenhausen) to Villa Eggenberg, a Belle Époque villa built in 1912, with spacious grounds; relocation of the primary school to Solln

2006 New construction of the gym in Icking

2021 Merging of primary school and secondary school on the joint school campus of Villa Eggenberg in Icking