Teachers should keep in mind that in school young people not only study according to curricula, but also unfold their personalities. Pupils attend school with the expectation that they will get the best education according to their personal abilities.
If you consider the period from the end of primary school until school leaving examination (Matura) in secondary school, teachers stand by the children during important phases of their development such as adolescence. In addition to the parents, school is a positive and appreciative guidance during this period.
During primary education, the necessary basis is created, which is built upon in the secondary level. Therefore, the International School Krems is designed to enable a continual build-up after primary education in the secondary levels I + II up to school leaving examination.
In addition to the school leaving examination, pupils have the option to carry on and complete the Cambridge International Baccalaureate (IB) so that their special English qualification, which was started early, is formally reflected.