HPC International School in Heidelberg

Belong, engage and grow at HPC International School.

We are authorized as IB World School, as Continuum School with PYP, MYP and DP - located in Heidelberg, Germany.

 

Dear parents, guardians, students, teachers and friends of HPC International School,

Let me welcome you to our school community. Aligning with our school mission we nurture a family-like atmosphere where everybody is welcome and embraced. We help everybody to grow for the future and we develop international-mindedness acting on a local scale and taking responsibility for the global impact of our actions.

What do you see when you come to our school? You see learning happening everywhere – in classrooms, corridors, labs, in our library or our film studio.

What do you hear when you enter our school? You hear many different voices speaking different languages, music and laughter.

How do you feel when opening our school doors? Welcome.

Looking forward to seeing you at HPC International School.

Dr. Elke Heinicke

Head of HPC International School

School Concept

Offered programmes:

International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (age: 6-9 years)

 

International Juniors (age: 10-12 years)

International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (age: 13-15 years)

International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (age: 16-19 years)

Qualification: International Baccalaureate Diploma (recognized at universities worldwide and in Germany as equivalent to Abitur)

School language: English, German language and literature for German native speakers, who can qualify for the bilingual IB Diploma

Foreign languages: German and Chinese

What makes us stand out?: International Baccalaureate World School with above average quality criteria, regularly evaluated and authorized by the International Baccalaureate World Organisation

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For HPC International School the IB mission is the foundation of our school concept:

  • “The International Baccalaureate® aims to develop inquiring, knowledgeable and caring young people who help to create a better and more peaceful world through intercultural understanding and respect.
  • To this end the organization works with schools, governments and international organizations to develop challenging programmes of international education and rigorous assessment.
  • These programmes encourage students across the world to become active, compassionate and lifelong learners who understand that other people, with their differences, can also be right.”


Source: “Our mission.” Ibo.org, 23 Aug. 2022, www.ibo.org/about-the-ib/mission/

Our school mission aligns with with the IB mission:

We belong to our school family

Our students are part our strong and international school community and actively engage in social learning, based on the values of the International Baccalaureate. Our students and teachers come from all over the world and learn with and from each other.

Like in a family, every member of the school community (parents/guardians, students, teachers and non-teaching staff) contributes to the success of our school according to their own abilities, experiences and talents. Our school life reflects open communication based on mutual understanding and respect. 

We engage globally

International-mindedness means to widen the perspective. We develop international-mindedness in each single lesson and in each extracurricular activity. Through age-appropriate activities, students understand how their actions in local contexts will lead to global impacts. We are active members of the IB World community and collaborate with partner schools all over the world.

We grow for the future

All members of our school community are lifelong learners, grow for the future and become balanced, responsible and reflective learners as well as critical thinkers. We accompany our students on their paths into life and during the transition to university in our career counselling.

HERE you can download the detailed mission statement: PDF Download


We support our students to develop the following attributes of the IB Learner Profile during their time at HPC International School

Inquirer

Our students become researching learners who ask meaningful questions and find answers through effective and scientific research methods and the use of multimedia tools and sources. In doing so, they use, among other things, the school library, the science laboratories of our school and off-campus learning facilities such as the city library.

Knowledgeable

A wide range of subjects in combination with the core subjects (Personal Project, Extended Essay, Theory of Knowledge and Service Learning) offers our students the best possible preparation for university studies and lays the foundation for lifelong learning.

Thinker 

Our students not only acquire a broad spectrum of knowledge from various disciplines, but are also supported in holistic educational and learning processes to link new knowledge with familiar knowledge, to question and apply it.

Communicator

Our students successfully participate in communication processes, are able to express their own ideas both orally and in writing, listen to each other and are able to communicate in a targeted and appropriate manner.

Principled

Our students stand up for their views and beliefs, take responsibility for their actions and learning, and respectfully adhere to our Academic Integrity Policy.

Open-mindedness

Our students are open-minded people who appreciate and appreciate the diversity at our school. Their aim is to learn from and with each other despite different countries of origin, mother tongues, cultural backgrounds, skills and world views.

Caring 

Our students show interest in world affairs. They recognize the different needs within the school community and beyond and try to respond to them.

Risk-Taker 

Our students have the courage to consider new ideas and take on challenges. We encourage our students to leave their comfort zone as often as possible and take steps in a new direction. This is supported by a safe and open learning environment where such ventures are possible.

Balanced 

Our students strive for a healthy lifestyle. The IB Diploma Programme is challenging and we actively support our students in finding a balance between exertion and relaxation.

Reflective 

Our students recognize their strengths and weaknesses, reflect on their successes and mistakes and always work to develop themselves further.


Team

Our teachers

Our staff is as international as the student body. Currently, we have teachers from five continents: from Australia, US, UK, Germany, Ghana, Albania, India, Taiwan and Syria. The educational standard of our teachers is above average, they get IB professional development on a regular basis and their engagement is outstanding.

Teacher trainees and interns

Our school is a learning hub not only for students, but also for teacher trainees and interns, who join us from all over the world.

They get the chance to see the life of an international school and at the same time support us in our daily work.

How teachers talk about being members of the HPC International School family

My name is Ervin Dauti and I am originally from the seaside city of Vlora, Albania. This is my 9th year teaching IB and I am both a teacher and an artist!

I joined the team of HPC International School last academic year, being the Middle Years Program coordinator and teaching Design, Visual Arts, Personal Project. Coming to HPC International School was a great pleasure. I love working with people of different backgrounds, ages, and cultural origins, and as a teacher, I value my students and appreciate their trust.

    What I love about our school:

    • Curriculum - Our school implements a challenging curriculum that encourages students to make practical connections between their studies and the real world. We provide quality education, a safe and caring environment.
    • Off-campus experiences - Students are given the opportunity to learn in a fun way. Many field trips and outdoor activities are organized that allow students hands-on experiences they could not have in the classroom.
    • Diversity - The staff and classes are diverse and from all backgrounds.
    • Community - The school serves the community. We communicate with parents clearly and frequently about important issues and ask for input before making decisions.
    • A positive and very creative atmosphere and the school family where teachers, students, parents and non teaching staff work and grow together!

    Student Voices

    I like that this school gives you freedom to be creative, and the school lunch is healthy.
    Yun Lim, Grade 5

    I like it that this school has students from different countries, we get to share our ideas with each other, and learn new things from them.
    Sai Ramayanam, Grade 5

    I like how we have a lot of different and mixed cultures in this school because it helps us learn about other cultures and I personally find that very interesting.
    Angelie Brasil, PrepClass 1/MYP 4

    I like the variety of summative tasks. We are given the opportunity to work on presentations, videos and much more. I also like the MUN field trips.
    Felix Nielsen, PrepClass 1/ MYP 4

    I like how everyone is friendly and supportive.
    Bara Oussaifi, PrepClass 2, MYP 5

    I enjoy the different clubs in school we do during dinner time or after school.
    Aynaz Baghaei, PrepClass 2/MYP 5

    I enjoy my time in class as the atmosphere of the classroom is fun and happy and everybody gets along well. 
    Juraj Kesic, PrepClass 2/MYP 5
     

    I like the school community we have established. The teachers actually know the students and want them to do well.
    Doga Caglayan, PrepClass 2/MYP 5

    I love working with people from different countries and through our international school, we have the opportunity to meet and interact with people from all over the world.
    Rojin Karaaslan, DP 1

    I like the international mindedness, everyone feels supported by our teachers and it is a warm welcoming environment to be in.
    Lojaine Oussaifi, DP 1

    I like being a student at the HPC International School because I can contribute my abilities and skills beyond the normal range and I am encouraged to do so.
    Matthias Frank, DP 1

    Very inclusive atmosphere, very friendly, calm and engaging.
    Adaobi Nwasou, DP 2

    I love how the school environment allows us to grow as a person and how everyone is family here, supporting each other in their goals.
    Madeleine Hanikel, DP 2

    I love how our school has a very engaging atmosphere where everyone feels welcome and the way we embrace our diversity as a family together.
    Harshitha Lakshminarayanan, DP 2

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    Perspectives

    Transition PYP-MYP-DP

    HPC International School offers a coherent school concept starting from the Primary Years Programme, continued in the Middle Years Programme and culminating in the Diploma Programme, which directly prepares for the admission to university. Elements of teaching and methodologies are coherent throughout the programmes, applied age-appropriately and connect all school years.

    Strengths of an IB education

    IB is one of the most advanced, up-to-date and student-centered educational programmes in today’s world, which is taught in more than 5600 schools in 159 countries (January 2023).

    Source: „Facts and figures.“ Ibo.org, 05 Jan. 2023, www.ibo.org/about-the-ib/facts-and-figures/

    The transition from one IB school to another can be organized smoothly worldwide if needed.

    A modern education cannot solely be content-based anymore, because content is constantly outdated, changed or has to be brought into new contexts and artificial intelligence is more and more replacing humans here. Therefore, IB programmes focus on the development of skills which help the students to become problem-solvers and lifelong learners.
    In a nutshell: IB students learn how to learn.

    While doing so, they develop skills independently from contents, which they will need urgently to succeed at university and in their future lives: Research Skills, Communication Skills, Collaboration Skills, Self-management Skills and Social Skills.

    It is to be noted that the IB Diploma is widely recognized at universities worldwide and top universities offer preferred conditions to IB students. Since September 2022 one of our alumni studies on a full scholarship at New York University.

    Recognition in Germany

    Based on the decisions of Kultusministerium in Germany the IB Diploma is an equivalent to the Abitur and gives students admission to all German universities. At our school we offer subjects in a way that students fulfill the criteria for studying in Germany.

    Career counselling

    Starting from grade 9 we support our students to reflect on their strengths and talents and to develop first plans about what and where to study and we give them support for choosing the subjects in the IB Diploma. From grade 11 we intensify career counselling and in special events students learn how to write a strong application and compile necessary documents. They are supported by our career counsellor during all steps of their application processes. Regularly international universities visit our school and present their programmes to students and parents.

    Shannon Pippin, Career Counsellor
    Shannon.pippin@fuu.de
     


    Where do our students study?

    Our alumni choose many different destinations and subjects. Here are the most popular countries:

    • Germany
    • Netherlands
    • UK
    • Hongkong
    • Austria
    • United States (USA)

    Here two of our alumni talk about their experiences at university and how our IB programme has prepared them for studying

    Johanna Seitz (Communication Studies in Salzburg):

    “I had to submit my first seminar paper and I have to say ... I am extremely happy that I have already learned a lot about academic honesty because this made quoting super easy. I was also very happy I got the chance to choose “Film” during IB. I am glad that I did the IB Diploma because, in my opinion, it prepared me very well for university - especially in terms of citation and also in the field of film and media. The first weeks of the semester were just a lot more relaxed for me and I could concentrate on other important things.”

    Philomena Vanessa Niebergall (Business Psychology in Heidelberg):

    “The benefit of independent work during the IB is noticeable. While other students struggle to manage their time, motivate themselves to complete tasks without deadlines, and have difficulties knowing how to structure their studying, the IB prepared me incredibly well in those departments.“


    School Programmes

    PYP – The IB Primary Years Programme

    The International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme aims at students at the age from 6-9 and is offered at our Bilingual Primary School. From the first day the students are taught in German and English – in both languages using the method of language immersion.

    The application is made on the HPC's application portal
    To the applicant portal


    International Juniors (10-12 Jahre)

    The International Juniors are the transition period from PYP to MYP. We teach according to the curriculum of MYP0 (usually grade 5) and MYP1 (usually grade 6).

    In this programme, students join us usually after German Primary school (first 4 years of school, aged around 10) or any other school programme in the world.

    Most students start in grade 5 or 6 in September each year but as we live in a mobile world, we accept students starting throughout the year for both grade levels.

    We teach according to the curriculum, assessment and core components of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme starting from MYP0.

    Students will learn in close relation to our school´s mission statement as well as the IB´s learner profile, based on inquiry and action.

    What makes us special

    • student-led learning based on inquiry and action building on their interests and prior knowledge
    • skill-based teaching: Students learn how to learn and become eager life-long learners
    • projects, hands-on learning
    • transdisciplinary units
    • teaching high-level digital skills, data-management, media and self-management skills
    • Library with books and resources mainly in English and German but with books in many other languages, qualified librarian to support students’ learning
    • small class size (21 students max),
    • highly international teacher team
    • Intercultural experience: students from all over the world learn with and from each other all subjects taught in English
    • German Language and Literature or German as a foreign language for all students
    • exhibitions, Field trips, festivals, clubs, competitions
    • supervised breaks, warm lunch available, homeroom activities
    • supervised homeroom time in library if requested
    • early morning or afternoon supervision is available
    • parents involvement: Meet&Greet evenings, invited for school activities, Parents Focus group (parents learn about the programme and how we teach and how they can support their children best)
    • 9th and 10th graders become personal buddies for our youngest students

    Subjects

    • English/German Language and Literature
    • German/English Language Acquisition
    • Chinese language acquisition
    • Mathematics
    • Combined sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and understanding how these sciences are related to each other)
    • Physical and health education
    • Design (digital and product design)
    • Visual Arts and Music
    • Individuals and societies (History and Geography and how these subjects are related)

    Requirements

    General: proof that pupils have successfully completed primary school and/or four years of schooling

    Personal: commitment to the school´s mission statement and the IB´s learner profile

    Language:

    • all subjects are taught in English, but with a strong differentiation for students not fluent yet in English or with deficits in writing, reading or speaking.
    • no prior German skills are needed. We offer German beginner courses as well as advanced courses 
    • German Language and Literature for German native speakers and advanced learners.

    School fees

    850€ per month for 12 months of every academic year (10,200 euro per academic year)

    Special rates for students who where enrolled in our HPC Primary school, for parents employed by FuU, families with more than one child enrolled in HPC schools

    Companies and agencies are welcome to request special fee structures.

    Additional costs:

    • Registration fee 600 euro (to be paid only once when starting the programme at HPC International school.)
    • School books, laptop or tablet, trips, warm lunch

    You can learn more about the basic idea of the IB Middle Years Programme here: https://vimeo.com/140759548


    MYP – The IB Middle Years Programme

    The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme at HPC International School aims at students from 13-15 years.

    They can directly join MYP4 (usually grade 9) and/or MYP5 (usually grade 10) or previously study in the International Juniors programme.

    We teach according to the curriculum, assessment and core components of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme.

    Students will learn in close relation to our school´s mission statement as well as the IB´s learner profile, based on inquiry and action.

    You can learn more about the basic idea of the IB Middle Years Programme here: https://vimeo.com/140759548

    What makes us special

    • student-led learning based on inquiry and action building on their interests and prior knowledge
    • skill-based teaching: Students learn how to learn and become eager life-long learners
    • projects, hands-on learning
    • transdisciplinary units
    • global topics and concepts throughout the subjects: political, cultural and social issues
    • teaching high-level digital skills, data-management, media and self-management skills
    • Library with books and resources mainly in English and German but with books in many other languages, qualified librarian to support students’ learning
    • small class size (21 students max),
    • highly international teacher team
    • Intercultural experience: students from all over the world learn with and from each other
    • all subjects taught in English
    • German Language and Literature or German as a foreign language for all students
    • German tutoring for students who need support or want to progress faster available daily
    • exhibitions, field trips, festivals, clubs, competitions
    • Model United Nations programme and participation in international student conferences possible
    • warm lunch available, homeroom activities
    • supervised homeroom time in library if requested
    • parents involvement: Meet&Greet evenings, invited for school activities, Parents Focus group (parents learn about the programme and how we teach and how they can support their children best)
    • 9th and 10th graders become personal buddies for our youngest students

    Subjects

    • English/German Language and Literature
    • German/English Language Acquisition
    • Mathematics
    • Combined sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics and understanding how these sciences are related to each other)
    • Design (digital and product design)
    • Individuals and societies (History and Geography and how these subjects are related)
    • Personal Project
    • Service as action

    Requirements

    Personal: commitment to the school´s mission statement and the IB´s learner profile

    Language:

    • all subjects are taught in English, but with differentiation for students still improving their language skills (B2 English is the minimum requirement for students starting the programme. If minimum requirements are not met yet, additional language trainings should accompany the school programme. Our school helps with setting up an individual learning programme in these cases.)
    • no prior German skills needed
    • We offer German beginner courses and German Language and Literature to German native speakers and advanced learners.

    School Fees

    900€ per month for 12 months of every academic year (10.800 euro yearly)

    Special rates for parents employed by FuU, families with more than one child enrolled in HPC schools

    Companies and agencies are welcome to request special fee structures.

    A limited number of scholarships is available for exceptional students. 

    Additional costs:

    • Registration fee 600 euro (to be paid only once when starting the programme at HPC International school.)
    • School books, laptop or tablet, calculator, trips, warm lunch

    IB Diploma Programme

    The International Baccalaureate® Diploma Programme at HPC International School aims at student 16+ and lays the foundation for studying at the world's most renowned universities and colleges.

    The IB® Diploma Programme has been recognised by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany as equivalent to the German Abitur. Successful completion of our selection of subjects covers all requirements for the recognition of the IB® DP at German universities.

    In order to obtain the International Baccalaureate, students have to take six subjects, three of them at advanced and three at regular level. 

    You can learn more about the basic ideas of the IB Diploma Programme here: https://vimeo.com/267608336

    Core

    The IB® DP consists of 3 core components, which enable the best possible preparation for studies and lifelong learning.

    • Research paper (Extended essay)
    • Theory of knowledge
    • Creativity - Activity - Engagement (Creativity - Activity - Service)

    Extended Essay
    The planning and writing of the extended essay in a subject of their choice prepares students for writing academic papers and for academic work at the university.

    Theory of knowledge (TOK)
    In the TOK lessons and beyond, pupils learn how to ask and answer questions about knowledge and learning. This is not just about acquiring knowledge, but about critical thinking and the question: How do we know what we know?

    Creativity Activity Service (CAS)

    CAS consists of three elements:

    Creativity: The focus is on creative thinking and finding new and artistic solutions.

    Activity: Includes all forms of sporting activity and a healthy lifestyle.

    Service: This emphasises the aspect of voluntary and unpaid work for and together with others. The students experience their actions as meaningful for others. They develop their ability to work in a team and test leadership skills.

    A CAS project combines all these three elements. For example, a dance project could be developed that is practised with a primary school class and performed for older people in the neighbourhood. In their CAS project, pupils pursue their individual interests and bring their strengths to the project.

    Subjects

    Subject group 1

    English language and literature, German language and literature 

    Subject group 2

    German and English as foreign languages 

    Subject group 3

    History, Business and Management and Psychology (20 students max.)

    Subject group 4

    Biology, Chemistry and Physics (20 students max.)

    Subject group 5

    Mathematics: Applications and interpretations

    Subject group 6

    Film (or another subject from group 3 or 4) (18 students max.)

    Requirements

    Personal: commitment to the school´s mission statement and the IB´s learner profile

    Language:

    • all subjects are taught in English (B2/C1 English is the minimum requirement for students starting the programme)
    • no prior German skills needed
    • We offer German beginner courses as well as German Language and Literature to German native speakers and advanced learners.

    School Fees

    1,400 € per month for 12 months of every academic year (16.800 euro yearly)

    Special rates for parents employed by F+U, families with more than one child enrolled in HPC schools

    Companies and agencies are welcome to request special fee structures.

    A limited number of scholarships is available for exceptional students. 

    Additional costs:

    • Registration fee 600 euro (to be paid only once when starting the programme at HPC International school.)
    • School books, laptop or tablet, calculator, trips, warm lunch
    • IB examination fees - please download the PDF list with further IB examination fees.

    Policies

    Our daily school life is regulated by our school policies, which we collaboratively develop and review annually with participation of teachers, students and parents/guardians.

    Here you find the link to our latest policy handbook:
    Policy Handbook: https://heidelberger.openapply.com/pages/8775


    Digital Concept

    Online application:
    Our application process is completely digitalized using the platform of OpenApply.

    Turnitin
    We use Turnitin as our plagiarism detection software and to ensure the authenticity of our students’ materials in all classes and for all assignments. Our goal is to develop our students’ understanding of the relevance of proper citing and referencing and what it means to be principled as well as to support the development of academic integrity in our programmes. Furthermore, we use the Turnitin Feedback Studio tutoring independent work and giving feedback in high quality.

    ManageBac
    We use this learning platform for information, communication, data management, daily teaching and learning, homework, documentation, grade books and report cards, projects and clubs and the calendar function to support the time management. Parents can access the platform as well to directly follow their children’s learning progresses.

    BYOD
    Our students bring their own laptops and/or tablets to school and use them both daily in lessons and at home. There are no special requirements for the devices. In special cases devices can be borrowed from school.

    Social Media
    We use social media to report on our daily work at our school. Many of the posts are created directly by our students.

    Subjects Film and Digital Design
    In the subject Film students develop competences and skills in the areas of media production and presentation as well as analytical, critical and historical skills in relation to media. In Design students develop their digital skills while in the creation and documentation of their projects supported by digital media and different technologies.
     

    Online resources and libraries (InThinking)
    Our librarian supports students using online resources and online libraries as well as the online access to our community library and the university library in Heidelberg. Furthermore, we use the learning platform InThinking for numerous subjects.
     


    Projects

    Partner schools

    We closely collaborate with IB schools from all over the world. Most closely we cooperate with a school in Taiwan, one in Prague (Czech Republic) and with the Mudita School for refugees from Myanmar in Mae Sot (Thailand).

    With all those schools we exchange materials, we have combined online lessons on specific topics. Teachers exchange experiences and visit each other’s lessons to learn from each other.

    Myanmar project

    The Myanmar project is on the heart of all our students, teachers and parents. We support this school with many fundraising activities in which every single student is involved. We grant a scholarship for a student from this school here in Heidelberg.

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    Clubs

    There are many different clubs at HPC International School. The offer is broadening all the time and can differ from year to year, because it is of utmost importance of us that we react flexibly to the interests of students and that the majority of clubs is initiated and led by students supported by teachers.

    Here is the current list of our clubs:

    • Drama Club
    • Music Club
    • Model United Nations
    • School Ambassadors
    • Film Crew
    • Creative Club
    • Library Club
    • Keep Moving Club

    Parent Work

    Parents and guardians are part of our school family and can contribute to school life and the school’s development in many different ways:

    • Regular parent meet and greet evenings
    • Individual parent-teacher conferences twice a year
    • Monthly newsletter
    • Parent focus group
    • Parents and guardians are invited for information evenings where they take the role of learners themselves, work on projects, understand the school programme better and develop strategies how to best support their children in their development.
    • Parent support groupParents and guardians contribute to every day school life – starting from homemade cake to offering a workshop

    What our parents have to say about our school

    “Our two daughters are studying in HPC International School, and we highly recommend this school. Teachers are engaged, enthusiastic and friendly. Staff is very helpful. The programme is very innovative and interesting. We feel that we made a great choice for the future of our kids.”
    Kasia I Lukasz Strojny

    “The HPC International School is exceptional in every sense. Teaching is at a very high level and teachers care about each child. Our son improved so much in self-confidence, became curious and independent, and is also eager to learn. Administration is well organized and approachable at any time with any kind of questions. For us this is the best school our child attended!”
    Sanja Kesic

    „Learning the importance of being life-long learners and showing students important skills beyond teaching the curriculum, which is relevant to working with businesses, with future employers or even when being self-employed, is a gift. Being able to give my children this chance in life made me choose the HPC International School.”
    Sabine Nielsen

    "Our son enjoys going to school every day and is particularly happy about the close relationship with the teachers.  Teachers are motivated to challenge the students and to get the best out of them.  Our son just completed a Personal Project, whereby he had to physically build something practical.  This is not his strength, but he succeeded in the end through the teachers continuous support and guidance.  We also like the schools great potential for future growth".
    Mirjam Meidinger


    School Shop

    Our School Shop offers a wide variety from shirts and hoodies to polo shirts and dresses. 
    Simply the perfect outfit for everyday school life. There is something for everyone!

    The stylish items can be ordered conveniently via an online shop.

    Let's visit the shop


    Lunch

    Every student has the opportunity to eat a paid, hot lunch Monday through Friday from the school cafeteria. The meals are delivered freshly prepared by our catering partner, come from regional cultivation and contain organic components. Food allergies or vegetarian diets can be catered for.

    Full meals provide children with all the nutrients they need for good growth and optimal development.

    Students have to sign up für warm lunch when applying for school. Furthermore students can bring their own lunch boxes and on request we support to warm up the lunch. 


    Consultation and Application

    Dr. Elke Heinicke
    Head of HPC International School

    Phone: 0049 6221 7050181

    elke.heinicke@fuu.de



    Trial Days

    At request we invite interested students for 1-2 days to participate in school days and to directly learn what our school feels like.
    If interested, please send an email to the Head of School

    elke.heinicke@fuu.de

    Information Events

    You can meet us online  - and of course there will be time for individual questions.

    Thursday, March 2nd 2023, from 5:30 p.m.

    We will send you the participation link after registration.