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From class to band

18.05.2022 - 08:56|

Lunchtime concert in May

For the second time this school year, the entire 7th grade became a band. Encouraged   by their success with “Traffic Lights” before Christmas, this time they performed “Open Up” by Matt Simons. They rehearsed and practised together until the vocals, rhythm and sound were perfect.

All the students contributed to a polished performance with their disciplined rehearsals. A special feature this time: Mr. Schäfer, a student teacher and intern, joined in with his electric violin and supported the class band in their performance. The audience of teachers and students from grades 3 to 6 thanked the 7th grade with roaring applause for this refreshing lunchtime concert.

Everyone wins when playing

25.02.2022 - 09:06|

In the park of Villa Eggenberg, games are played on all levels of the grounds and at all ages: on the terraces, jumping rope in groups and Round the World ping pong, in front of the fountain, chess with knee-high pieces, in the large clearings of the park, soccer and basketball, and again and again with great pleasure throw-off games such as gagaball.

The older students at the secondary school think they know where the secondary school students’ joy in playing games comes from: the elementary school students brought it with them.

This is actually due to the fact that the educators enjoy discovering new games.  They are always offering new games of tactics or games of skills such as stilt walking, diabolo, juggling balls, badminton, volleyball, Viking chess or spikeball, to find out with the classes what is fun.

Playing has an impact on the entire school day with its passions, lightness, ambition in a good sense and, above all, its contagious cheerfulness.

Advent Season in Villa Eggenberg

03.12.2021 - 12:56|

We are pleased to share a few impressions of our pre-Christmas decorations at Grundschule Eggenberg and Gymnasium Eggenberg and wish you a happy Advent Season.

 

 

 

A new school year and a new school

01.10.2021 - 11:57|

Both our primary and secondary school students have made a good start to the new school year. For our primary school, this is the first school year on the Villa Eggenberg campus in Icking after the move from Solln, and the students are already very much at home.

The connection between the two schools is expressed in our new, related names: “Grundschule Eggenberg”(our primary school) and “Gymnasium Eggenberg” (our secondary school). The names reflect the unified learning path from the first grade to the Abitur (the German university entrance exam). 

The two schools, as of 2021 geographically consolidated on one campus, and pursuing the single aim of excellence in education, will together be known as St Anna Colleg.

With burning hearts

16.07.2021 - 12:31|

Abitur certificate award ceremony

To have passed the Abitur (German university entrance exam) in 2021 is an exceptional achievement. For weeks, the 12th graders were the only ones allowed to be physically present at the Günter Stöhr Gymnasium for lessons. At the time, the Augustinusfoyer, where the Abitur certificate award ceremony is taking place today, was set up as a cafeteria for the students. Students and teachers were happy to see each other, to talk to each other, simply to be together after the period of enforced physical separation.
Today, decorated with colourful spring flowers and white-covered tables, and with classical piano music in the background, this room welcomes the festively dressed graduands and their parents. In groups of three and maintaining the required distance, the 28 students receive their Abitur certificates from the Head Teacher.
In his speech, the Head Teacher, Dr Michael P. Maier, skilfully quotes the person after whom the foyer is named, a wooden sculpture of whom adorns one wall. “In the past few years, you have often walked through this room. There is someone here who has always remained silent until now, but who would like to speak out briefly today. It is Bishop Augustine of North Africa, who throughout his life searched for truthful answers. In the course of this search, he once wrote: ‘Our reason does not create truth, it finds it’ (De vera religione, 39.73).
So it is worth looking for true answers that do not simply come from within oneself – or from social trends. That is why St Augustine is depicted with a burning heart, because throughout his life he had a heart that ardently sought the truth. Such a heartfelt search for truth is what we wish for you all as you continue on your life journey.”

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From class to band

18.05.2022 - 08:56|

Lunchtime concert in May

For the second time this school year, the entire 7th grade became a band. Encouraged   by their success with “Traffic Lights” before Christmas, this time they performed “Open Up” by Matt Simons. They rehearsed and practised together until the vocals, rhythm and sound were perfect.

All the students contributed to a polished performance with their disciplined rehearsals. A special feature this time: Mr. Schäfer, a student teacher and intern, joined in with his electric violin and supported the class band in their performance. The audience of teachers and students from grades 3 to 6 thanked the 7th grade with roaring applause for this refreshing lunchtime concert.

Everyone wins when playing

25.02.2022 - 09:06|

In the park of Villa Eggenberg, games are played on all levels of the grounds and at all ages: on the terraces, jumping rope in groups and Round the World ping pong, in front of the fountain, chess with knee-high pieces, in the large clearings of the park, soccer and basketball, and again and again with great pleasure throw-off games such as gagaball.

The older students at the secondary school think they know where the secondary school students’ joy in playing games comes from: the elementary school students brought it with them.

This is actually due to the fact that the educators enjoy discovering new games.  They are always offering new games of tactics or games of skills such as stilt walking, diabolo, juggling balls, badminton, volleyball, Viking chess or spikeball, to find out with the classes what is fun.

Playing has an impact on the entire school day with its passions, lightness, ambition in a good sense and, above all, its contagious cheerfulness.

Advent Season in Villa Eggenberg

03.12.2021 - 12:56|

We are pleased to share a few impressions of our pre-Christmas decorations at Grundschule Eggenberg and Gymnasium Eggenberg and wish you a happy Advent Season.

 

 

 

A new school year and a new school

01.10.2021 - 11:57|

Both our primary and secondary school students have made a good start to the new school year. For our primary school, this is the first school year on the Villa Eggenberg campus in Icking after the move from Solln, and the students are already very much at home.

The connection between the two schools is expressed in our new, related names: “Grundschule Eggenberg”(our primary school) and “Gymnasium Eggenberg” (our secondary school). The names reflect the unified learning path from the first grade to the Abitur (the German university entrance exam). 

The two schools, as of 2021 geographically consolidated on one campus, and pursuing the single aim of excellence in education, will together be known as St Anna Colleg.

With burning hearts

16.07.2021 - 12:31|

Abitur certificate award ceremony

To have passed the Abitur (German university entrance exam) in 2021 is an exceptional achievement. For weeks, the 12th graders were the only ones allowed to be physically present at the Günter Stöhr Gymnasium for lessons. At the time, the Augustinusfoyer, where the Abitur certificate award ceremony is taking place today, was set up as a cafeteria for the students. Students and teachers were happy to see each other, to talk to each other, simply to be together after the period of enforced physical separation.
Today, decorated with colourful spring flowers and white-covered tables, and with classical piano music in the background, this room welcomes the festively dressed graduands and their parents. In groups of three and maintaining the required distance, the 28 students receive their Abitur certificates from the Head Teacher.
In his speech, the Head Teacher, Dr Michael P. Maier, skilfully quotes the person after whom the foyer is named, a wooden sculpture of whom adorns one wall. “In the past few years, you have often walked through this room. There is someone here who has always remained silent until now, but who would like to speak out briefly today. It is Bishop Augustine of North Africa, who throughout his life searched for truthful answers. In the course of this search, he once wrote: ‘Our reason does not create truth, it finds it’ (De vera religione, 39.73).
So it is worth looking for true answers that do not simply come from within oneself – or from social trends. That is why St Augustine is depicted with a burning heart, because throughout his life he had a heart that ardently sought the truth. Such a heartfelt search for truth is what we wish for you all as you continue on your life journey.”

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