If you are looking for a school:

-Where students work, play, and explore in the campus gardens, horse stalls, chicken coops and the beautiful nature trails that surround the campus -Where a love of learning and respect are at the heart of everything we do, Campus Klarenthal is the place for you! All grades from preschool through grade 12 open their doors to parents and families. Just give us a call...

If you are looking for a school: -Where your child is actively engaged and loves to come to school -Where creativity and analytical thinking happen each and every day -Where there is a strong focus on the arts, environmental education, foreign language learning, and physical education

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Campus Klarenthal is a Progressive Educational
project for all children and young people from
preschool through high school. It is modelled on
Christian and Progressive Educational traditions.
We offer every qualified degree provided by the
German educational system.
We know that every child is different and see this
diversity as a rich opportunity to help children
develop according to their unique potential. We
practice a philosophy of inclusion that also
welcomes religious and cultural diversity. Openess
to the world is one of our core values.
Our school is wonderfully close to nature, and is
situated at the edge of the woods. We strive to
offer a school “home” as well as a school community:
trustful and value-based, constructive and

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Our upper levels are typically Campus!

Although upper secondary levels pose new challenges to our students, they can face the new tasks in a mode they are used to: In their own pace with their own methods in a pleasant and functional work environment. They are supported by modern, individualized instruction in small groups.
An exciting range of basic and advanced courses allows the students to develop their individual profile. They receive optimal support for the exploration of their own tastes and talents, for the employment of strengths and for the intensive further development of competences. Ever so often, it isn’t the difficulty of a subject that poses obstacles but rather work habits and approaches to learning that have to be mastered.