From the preamble of the school contract:
“In its educational concept, the St. Anna Colleg follows the Judeo-Christian understanding of the human being. The enlightened biblical world view was developed in the course of a long and eventful history. Biblical humanism grew out of many experiences, was refined by mistakes and has achieved great things: we want to learn from it.
This spirit, which accords every human the dignity of being loved by his Creator as a unique and precious individual, is the spirit in which we understand the mission of our schools towards the children entrusted to us. The goal is to enable peaceful coexistence between students, parents, teachers, auxiliary teachers and all staff members. In this way, everyone treats the other attentively and decently, with consideration and respect, and in a spirit of openness. Everyone knows that they have a responsibility towards others and that they are connected to those who may be weaker than themselves in some way.
Therefore, admission to and a successful stay in the St. Anna Colleg schools presupposes that parents and students affirm this self-understanding regardless of denominational or religious affiliation and that this fundamental agreement proves itself in everyday school life.”