Heidelberg Private School Centre

The Heidelberg School Centre (Heidelberger Privatschulcentrum – HPC) is part of the F+U Group (F+U Unternehmensgruppe). Founded in 1980, the F+U Group is one of Germany’s largest private education providers. F+U offers general educational and vocational schools, alongside professional training, further education courses and higher education programmes, and operates internationally in more than 20 locations.

The Heidelberg Private School Centre offers you or your child the opportunity to gain a range of school qualifications. The branches of the school build upon each other, and progress from primary school right through to the Abitur.

Primary school (Grundschule) with bilingual lessons – English

Secondary school (Realschule)

Vocational schools (Berufskollegs) (BK I Busines and BK II Business)

Vocational school for foreign languages

Vocational college preparing for the Fachhochschulreife (entrance exam for University of Applied Sciences) (full-time and part-time)

Vocational secondary school (berufliches Gymnasium)

  • Business Sciences pathway specialising in Business and International Business
  • Bilingual - English and a Social and Health Sciences pathway (SPG)

Planned for 2016

Bilingual secondary school (Gymnasium) and boarding school at the F+U Campus, Heidelberg.

We offer pupils intensive supervision and support, as well as a comprehensive remedial course programme.

The regular educational and career advice programme is available to pupils and parents. The vocational schools are geared towards achieving the entrance qualification for Universities of Applied Sciences, combined with a basic vocational qualification. The HPC school buildings are located in the centre of Heidelberg – the primary school is at Fahrtgasse 7-13, directly behind the Darmstädter Hof Centrum, while the other branches of the school are at the new F+U Campus near Heidelberg’s main railway station.

With the support of the F+U Academy of Languages, we also offer our pupils the opportunity to improve their language skills and train their social competence by taking part in language trips and internships in Germany and abroad.