2016 – 2017 PROFILE

ALBERT-EINSTEIN-SCHULE

Gymnasium des Main-Taunus-Kreises
Ober der Roeth 1 •65824 Schwalbach
Germany
TEL: (011 49) 6196 8891-0 • FAX: (011 49) 6196 8891-25
http://www.aesmtk.de

 

HEADMASTER

Anke Horn

DEPUTY HEADMASTER

Klaus Servatius

DIRECTOR OF STUDIES

Markus Holz

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THE SCHOOL

The "Albert-Einstein-Schule (AES), Gymnasium des Main-Taunus-Kreises", is a public school founded in 1978.
It is the biggest public High School in the Main-Taunus-Kreis district which is part of the state of Hesse. The district is located just 10 miles from Frankfurt/Main (the largest financial center of central Europe) and influenced by the international socioeconomic and ethnic mix with high a education level among the population. AES enjoys an established reputation as belonging to the most excellent schools.

GRADUATIONS

AES specializes in four academic areas: Foreign languages, Fine Arts, Natural & Social Sciences and Mathematics. AES is a MINT-EC school (Maths, Information Technology, Natural Sciences and Technology-Excellence Center), part of a Germany-wide initiative to promote science. Gymnasium is the highest level of Secondary School offering strongest academic environment from grades 5 to 12.

99.6% of the graduates earn the Abitur (German university-entrance diploma) and 0.4% the Fachabitur (vocational diploma). In addition to the Abitur, AES as one of 68 schools in Germany that is certified to offer the graduates to earn the French Baccalaureat (French university-entrance diploma) according to the French regulations based on the exchange cooperation program with the French administration.

MISSION

AES is dedicated to the academic, physical, spiritual and emotional growth of boys and girls as they prepare for college and life. The school seeks to inspire and motivate them to strive for excellence in learning based on knowledge and skills for efficient appliance in practice as well as to act responsibly in personal, family, and community relationships and demonstrate concern for a democratic society and the environment.

FACILITIES

Campus facilities encompass three modern academic buildings including two libraries, individual music and art classrooms, a theatre, an extraordinarily equipped laboratory, a genetic laboratory, a vivarium, a dining hall and a cafeteria. A separate gym building, an outdoor sports & activity area, a recreation area and a school garden for organic food cultivation and biological experiments are available.

EXCHANGES

Current Student/Faculty exchanges include: Knowle, Solihull, (England); Avrillé School Richelieu, Rueil-Malmaison, (France); Olkusz, (Poland), Loudoun County, Virginia and Franklin, Tennessee (USA).

FACULTY

Of the 137 teachers, 100 % hold advanced degrees including 9 doctorates. The ratio of students to teachers is 20:1. Student population for the 12th grade is 162.
Students apply from the surrounding areas of Schwalbach am Taunus after qualifying for Gymnasium, receiving a letter of recommendation and conducting interviews. Only the top students of the surrounding area Grammar Schools apply to AES.

ACADEMIC POLICY / CORE PROGRAM

The academic curriculum is in line with or exceeds the state requirements for Abitur. Students select two advanced courses and a minimum number of basic courses out of a defined combination choice by covering all academic fields (Maths/Science/Language/Literary/Artwork, Economic Sciences/Social Sciences).
The Abitur graduation consists of the successful part qualification of the advanced courses in 4 semesters + the part qualification of the basic courses in 4 semesters + the part qualification of the five Abitur examinations (in the two advanced courses and 3 basic courses).

The academic standard is in line or exceeds the requirements for the Abitur (the highest german secondary school Diploma equivalent to first year College level).

Grades are given from 1 to 6 in 5th -- 9th grade. 1 is the highest and 6 the lowest.
In grades 10 -12, grades are given from 15 to 0, 15 being the highest score.

Students are not ranked.

ABITUR CURRICULUM

M: designates Major field of study

Subject / Grade 9th 10th 11th   12th/13th  
German German German German M German M

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

Mathematics

Science

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Computer Science

Biology

Biology

Chemistry

Chemistry

Physics

Physics

Computer Science

M

M

M

Biology

Biology

Chemistry

Chemistry

Physics

Physics

Computer Science

M

M

M

Social Sciences

World History

Geography

Political Science & Economics

Business & Economics

Ancient and Medieval
History

World History

Geography

Political Science & Economics

Business & Economics

Philosophy

European and World
History

History

Geography

Political Science & Economics

Political Science & Economics

Business & Economics

Philosophy

M

M

M

European and World
History

History

Geography

Political Science & Economics

Political Science & Economics

Business & Economics

Philosophy

M

M

M

Foreign Language I

English or French

English

French

English

French 

M

M

English

French

M

M

Foreign Language II

English or French or Latin

English

French

Latin

English

French

Latin

M

M

M

English

French

Latin

M

M

M

Foreign Language III

Spanish

Italian

Bilingual / English

Spanish

Italian

Spanish

Italian


Spanish

Italian

 

Fine Arts

Music

Orchestra

Art

Music

Drama

Art

Music

Drama

M

M

Art

Music

Drama

M

M

Religious Education/Ethics

Catholic Religion

Protestan Religion

Ethics

Catholic Religion

Protestan Religion

Ethics

Catholic Religion

Protestan Religion

Ethics

Catholic Religion

Protestan Religion

Ethics
 

ABITUR RESULTS

In the 2016 school year, the Abitur results from the Class of 2016 averaged 2.18 out of 6.0 (1 is the highest). The average score of all Gymnasuims in Hesse was 2.4 making AES's score (2.18) above the state average. 99.6% of AES students passed the Abitur. Of the 24,486 students who passed the Abitur in Hesse in 2016, 513 students received a perfect score of 1.0. Four of these students were from AES.

100% of our students plan to attend university, work and further study.

Score 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5
Students 4 1 3 6 10 6 5 10 6 8 10 7 9 10 9 4
                                 
Score 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 4.0  
Students 14 10 6 6 5 4 1 4 1 2 0 0 0 0 0  

 

AES MATRICULATION RECORD 2012-2016

In Germany it is not common to trace degreed students for detailed records of matriculation. Nevertheless, feedbacks of former students show attendance of all major reputed German and European Universities, Business- and Management Schools and Universities of Applied Sciences (Technical Field specialized University system in Germany and Switzerland). Some also attended US-Universities like Stanford and Duke.

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE SUMMARY

OUTSIDE GERMANY

Belmont Universtiy (USA)

Duke University (USA)

Fordham University (USA)

Skidmore College (USA)

Southwest Baptist University (USA)

Stanford University (USA)

Ursuline College Ohio (USA)

Alpen-Adria University Klagenfurth (Austria)

TU Wien (Austria)

TU Graz (Austria)

University of Innsbruck (Austria)

KU Leuven (Belgium)

Medical University of Varna (Bulgaria)

Cardiff University (England)

Regent`s University (England)

Royal Holloway University (England)

University of Warwick (England)

University of West London (England)

University of Exeter (England)

Warwick University (England)

Sciences Po Nancy and Paris (France)

Semmelweis University (Hungary)

AMFI Amsterdam Fashion Institute (Netherlands)

Erasmus University Rotterdam, (Netherlands)

University of Groningen (Netherlands)

University of Leiden (Netherlands)

Universitate Rotterdam (Netherlands)

Collegium Civitas (Poland)

University of St. Gallen (Switzerland)

ETH Die Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zurich (Switzerland)

Ege University Izmir (Turkey)

joint degree in:

Cardiff University & Sciences Politique Bordeaux (England & France)

Groupe Ecole Supérieure de Commerce Troyes & FH Frankfurt (France & Germany)

WITHIN GERMANY

Accadis Hochschule Bad Homburg

Berufsakademie of Darmstadt

European Business School of Wiesbaden

Frankfurt School of Finance and Management

Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences

Free University of Berlin

Hochschule for Music FRANZ LISZT, Weimar

Hochschule Fresenius Cologne

Hochschule Darmstadt

Hochschule Karlsruhe

Hochschule Mainz

Johannes Guttenberg University of Mainz

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University of Frankfurt/Main

Justus Liebig University of Giessen

Katholische Stiftungsfachhochschule München- Abtlg. Benediktbeuern

Leibniz University of Hannover

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

RWTH Aachen

Technische University Berlin (TUB)

Technische University Munich (TUM)

Technische University Darmstadt (TUD)

Technische University Georg-Simon-Ohm of Nurnberg (TUN)

University of Applied Sciences Fresenius, Idstein and Frankfurt

University of Augsburg

University of Bayreuth

University of Bonn

University of Cologne (Cologne Business School)

University of Freiburg

University of Friedrichshafen

University of Göttingen (Georg-August-Uni.)

University of Heidelberg

University of Karlsruhe (Karlsruher Institut of Technology)

University of Konstanz

University of Mainz

University of Mannheim

University of Marburg (Philipps Universität)

University of Mönchengladbach

University of Muenster (WWU)

University of Nurnberg

University of Passau

University of Saarland

University of Stuttgart

University of Thübingen

University of Wiesbaden (Hochschule Rhein Main)

University of Wurzburg

WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management

Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen

 

Dual Programs: Work & Study

Accenture & University of Regensburg

ProSiebenSat1 Media SE & DHBW Ravensburg

IBM & University of Stuttgart

Lufthansa & European Business School

Siemens & Dual College Baden-Württemberg Karlsruhe

Turngemeinde Bornheim 1860 & IST-Hochschule

GIZ & Dual College Baden-Württemberg Mannheim

 

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