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Years 5–12 follow the curriculum of the German 8-year Gymnasium (G 8). The sequence of foreign languages is English from Year 5 and French or Latin from Year 6. Spanish "ab initio" is offered from Year 10.
Small classes are a distinctive feature of Schloss Neubeuern. Class size on average is about 13 - 16 pupils with a maximum of 20 pupils per class.
Our pupils learn in a classroom concept in which every class is able to design their own classroom as creatively as possible to help and/or stimulate the learning process. Nonetheless, pupils also regularly get a breath of fresh air by moving to subject rooms in other buildings.
|In Years 5–9, the core subjects are allocated, on top of the official timetable of state schools, additional hours in which the subject material is exercised and consolidated. These advancement lessons are for the most part divided up into small learning groups of 7–10 pupils. Each subject teacher is available to all pupils for questioning and guidance. In Years 10 and 11, advancement lessons are offered that aim at supplementing basic knowledge. Advancement lessons are offered in most core subjects|
|In Years 9 and 10 all exams in the core subjects are written over 4 examination weeks. From early on, the pupils are therefore familiarised with intensive work at a collegiate level and are guided towards persistent learning with timetables and learning plans. At the same time, there will be times that are free of exams, which the pupils can dedicate to their personal interests. There is one intensive exam week in June when the whole school writes the year's final exams.|