|type of school||Gymnasium (with a scientific , technological and linguistic branch), UNESCO project school|
|carrier||Free State of Bavaria|
|student||973 (as of: 2018/19)|
|Teachers||84 (as of: 2018/19)|
The Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium (short: HSG ) is a state high school in Nuremberg . It is located not far from the old town in the Maxfeld district and was named after the Nuremberg master- singer Hans Sachs (1494–1576).
In 1903 the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium was founded as the royal district secondary school II . The school building - the Löbleinschule - from the first days still exists today. It is now a listed building . In 1976 girls were admitted to the school, which had previously been run as a "high school for boys". The current director of the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium is senior director Wilfried Büttner, his deputy director of studies Karlheinz Dölle. Since September 2007, the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium has achieved the status of a fully recognized UNESCO project school . The UNESCO project schools feel the goals of the organization
- Human Rights realize
- Fight poverty and misery
- Protect and preserve the environment
- Accept the difference of others
especially committed. These goals therefore also form the core of values education and make up the profile of the school, which is also geared towards " One World " in a global sense . UNESCO project school is u. a. the famous Helene Lange School in Wiesbaden. The school has a scientific and technological branch and a linguistic branch with the languages English, Latin, French and Spanish. In 2008 a branch building with a cafeteria and day care rooms was opened, and in 2010 a new triple gymnasium.
The school is active in many regional and national competitions and has been very successful in recent years, especially on a sporting level and in the field of school theater. Since 2006 it has been one of the nationally selected World Cup schools . The HSG has a special position compared to neighboring grammar schools due to its bilingual branch in which individual subjects such as history or geography are taught in English. From 2007 the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium participates in a project of the University of Cambridge , England, in which image and sound materials are to be produced for students of history at the University of Cambridge.
There is a rich program of student exchange opportunities, currently with
- Cheltenham , Pennsylvania , USA
- Auckland , New Zealand
- Budapest , Hungary
- Glasgow , Scotland
- Cormeilles-en-Parisis , Val-d'Oise department , France
- Radomsko , Poland
- Paris , France
- Cordoba , Spain
- Leominster , England , UK
Last but not least, a special reputation was acquired in the past through cultural events. The HSG has already given lectures by personalities such as Ignatz Bubis , Irenäus Eibl-Eibesfeldt , Alfred Grosser , Tanja Kinkel , Joachim Gauck , Hendrik Bebber , Herta Müller , Andreas Niederig , Arno Hamburger , Thomas Brussig , Johannes Friedrich and Wolfgang Tiefensee .
In the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium is the office of the ministerial representative for the grammar schools in Middle Franconia (currently Martin Rohde, deputy Wilfried Büttner), who supervises all grammar schools in the administrative district.
At the grammar school there is a seminar for teacher training in the subjects German, English, history, mathematics, physics, computer science, geography, economics / law and sport. This makes the school the only IT seminar school in Northern Bavaria.
- Willy Messerschmitt (1898–1978), aircraft designer
- Peter Bastian , Dean of Studies for Computer Science at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
- Thomas Bauer (* 1957), District President of the Government of Middle Franconia
- Freimut Bodendorf (* 1953), full professor and holder of the Chair of Business Informatics II at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.
- Christian Bornhof , chief physician at the Department of Urology at Klinikum Nuremberg -Nord
- Heiner Böttger (high school graduate 1979), chair for didactics of the English language and literature, educational science faculty of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Elmar Gunsch (1931–2013), moderator
- Ernst Häublein (1911–1971), composer and music teacher
- Franz Georg Kaltwasser (1927–2011) (Abitur 1946), library scientist and head of the Bavarian State Library
- Ralph Keller , lawyer and professor for gun and hunting law at the Law Faculty of the University of Jena
- Eckehardt Knöpfel (Abitur 1966), publicist, author and educator; 1995 - 2003 Chairman of the Association of Pedagogy Teachers
- Şermin Langhoff (* 1969), theater maker
- Maximilian Müller (* 1987), (high school graduate 2007) national hockey player, Olympic champion 2012 and player at the Nuremberg HTC
- Martin Scherber (1907–1974), Nuremberg composer (metamorphosis symphonies)
- Dennis Solomon (* 1966), professor for civil law, international private law and comparative law at the University of Passau.
- Hans Königer (teaching in German and Latin until the end of the 1990s), editor of the major text-critical and commented edition of Wilhelm Waiblinger's works
- Hans-Peter Rosen (seminar teacher for English until 2010), textbook author at Klett-Verlag
- Horst Göbbel , holder of the Cross of Merit on Ribbon of the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, Chairman of the House of the Home of the Transylvanian Saxons
- Karl Hunger (1889–1946)
- Charlotte Bühl: Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium . In: Michael Diefenbacher , Rudolf Endres (Hrsg.): Stadtlexikon Nürnberg . 2nd, improved edition. W. Tümmels Verlag, Nuremberg 2000, ISBN 3-921590-69-8 ( online ).
- 100 years of the Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium Festschrift, self-published
- Hans-Sachs-Gymnasium Nürnberg on the pages of the Bavarian Ministry of Culture (km.bayern.de, accessed on July 30, 2019)
- Our cube. In: hans-sachs-gymnasium.de. Retrieved December 25, 2010 .