Otto Hahn Gymnasium Karlsruhe

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Otto Hahn High School
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type of school high school
founding 1969

In the Eichbäumle 1

place Karlsruhe-Waldstadt
country Baden-Württemberg
Country Germany
Coordinates 49 ° 1 '57 "  N , 8 ° 26' 37"  E Coordinates: 49 ° 1 '57 "  N , 8 ° 26' 37"  E
carrier City of Karlsruhe
student about 1200
Teachers approx. 120
management Andreas Ramin

The Otto Hahn Gymnasium (short: OHG) is one of the largest high schools in Karlsruhe . As the only sports school in Karlsruhe and a designated elite school of football as well as elite school of sport and partner school of competitive sport, the OHG has a very large catchment area that encompasses the entire administrative district of Karlsruhe .


The Otto Hahn Gymnasium was founded on August 15, 1969 from a branch of the Kant Gymnasium . Initially, the grammar school was called the Northeast grammar school until it was renamed Otto Hahn grammar school on March 17, 1970. The OHG is a partner school for competitive sports and regularly sends successful youth teams and individual competitors to the youth training for the Olympics competition . Since November 2007 the OHG has been an elite football school and cooperates with the Karlsruher SC . The Otto Hahn Gymnasium has produced many successful athletes, including the soccer world champion Renate Lingor and the canoe world champion in the foursome 2007 Björn Goldschmidt . Some of the teachers at the Otto Hahn Gymnasium were also successful athletes, such as the former Bundesliga player Günther Cuntz or the former national handball player Marc Nagel .

In July 2014 the grammar school was awarded the title “ Elite School of Sports ”. On November 27, 2017, the OHG received the title "School without Racism - School with Courage" as part of an anti-racism project. The godfather of the project is Lars Stindl, a former student of the OHG .

Known students

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Hanns Jürgen Morath, Kurt Posselt: Otto Hahn Gymnasium - From 1969 to 2006 . In: Walter Hof, Eva Paur, Gebhard Schramm, Bürgererverein Waldstadt (eds.): The forest city in Karlsruhe. A lively district in the country . Info Verlag, Karlsruhe 2007, ISBN 978-3-88190-467-4 , p. 141–154 ( limited preview in Google Book search).
  3. ^ OHG is committed to "School without Racism - School with Courage" on, accessed on December 3, 2017.
  4. Racism-free school on, accessed on December 3, 2017.

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