Regular school (Thuringia)

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Federal states with semi-integrative comprehensive schools (without a grammar school branch)

The regular school is a secondary school form in the Free State of Thuringia . It was introduced at the beginning of the 1991/92 school year. Here, the types of secondary school and secondary school defined by the Hamburg Agreement of 1964 are managed under one roof.

After joint lessons in grades 5 and 6, the educational programs for secondary school and secondary school qualification from grade 7 are either

  • integrated (performance-differentiated teaching in certain subjects on two course levels - course I secondary school profile, course II secondary school profile) or
  • Organized additively (with classes from the secondary or secondary school branch).

After successfully completing the 9th grade, all students acquire the secondary school certificate . If the pupils of the main school profile or the main school branch take a voluntary examination at the end of grade 9, they can acquire the qualifying main school certificate. In a special 10th grade, these graduates are given the opportunity to also obtain a secondary school certificate. The students of the College of the profile or high-school branch acquire after passing the written examination in the subjects German, mathematics and English and at least one oral examination at the end of 10th grade to high-school diploma .

Comparable school types are the secondary school in Saxony , the regional school in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania , the secondary school in Saxony-Anhalt and Bremen, and the secondary school in Brandenburg .