Dear visitors,

Welcome to our school homepage.

Friedrich Schiller Gymnasium invites you to get to know a vibrant school community with notable traditions, significant achievements and a pleasant atmosphere.
The special focus of our school guarantees excellent degrees.

National and international networking is the basis for our students that enables them to acquire future-oriented skills.
Our completely renovated school building with top-quality equipment, the romantic school park and the exquisitely styled boarding house generate an excellent learning and living environment.

However, it is most important for us to create a compassionate and mutually supportive teaching and learning environment that makes it possible for everyone to pursue higher goals. Our community of students, teachers, parents, our promotion association, the secretaries and technical staff is based on ethical principles and guarantees the best possible conditions for each student’s individual development.

Our school’s doors both online and in real life are wide open and we are looking forward to your visit.

Bernd Wenzel, School Principal

Kunstunterricht präsentiert Schülerarbeiten

Im Menü Schulleben / Kunstunterricht werden Schülerarbeiten von Kurs 11 und 12 sowie von der Klasse 5 und der AG "Grafik" gezeigt.

Christmas Concert and Christmas Market

Schillergymnasium invites you to attend the school’s traditional Christmas concert at 4:30 PM and 7PM on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. Inbetween (5:30 to 7:00) the students will be offering tasty treats and pieces of handicraft work on their Christmas Market.

The registration deadline for artistic contributions to the concert is November 14. To get registered, please provide your music teachers with the following information: your name and grade, your contribution to the concert, the title and the composer.

5. Sächsische Bohemiade im Kloster St. Marienthal

Am Donnerstag den 28.09.2017 starteten dreizehn Schüler aus den Klassen sieben bis zehn unseres Gymnasiums mit Frau Dr. Vonková und Frau Maléřová vom Pirnaer Bahnhof in Richtung Zittau. Das Ziel war das Zisterzienserinnenkloster St. Marienthal in Ostritz. Dort sollte die fünfte sächsische Bohemiade stattfinden, bei der es vor allem um die Begegnung tschechischer und deutscher Schüler geht.

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Auszeichnungsfahrt nach Prag

PragAm Montag, dem 18.09.2017 war es so weit. 17 ausgewählte deutsche und tschechische Schülerinnen und Schüler aus allen Klassenstufen des deutsch-tschechischen  binationalen Bildungsganges  werden für ihre herausragenden Leistungen im vorigen Schuljahr mit einer Exkursion nach Prag belohnt. Begleitet wurde unsere kleine Reisegruppe vom Schulleiter Herrn Wenzel, Herrn Fleck und Herrn Křenek. Diese Auszeichnungsfahrt wurde auch dieses Mal vom Generalkonsulat der Tschechischen Republik in Dresden vorbereitet und finanziert.

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An Interview with the new school representatives

Dear Readers,
we are the student reporters of Schillergymnasium. We have interviewed the student representatives of our school.

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Traces of Jewish Faith and Life

Us, grade 6/1, went to the Dresden synagogue on Thursday, September 7. One member of the community told us a lot about Judaism, e.g. how a fireman saved the Star of David when the Nazis set fire to the synagogue.

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Additional Selection Process for the Czech Part of the Binational 8th Grade

Czech students who are going to complete grade 8 at an elementary school or a corresponding year at a secondary school in the Czech Republic this school year may apply until September 15th, 2017 for subsequent admission to our binational-bilingual German-Czech course at Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium Pirna.

Anniversary at FSG

Anniversary at Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium under the patronage of the state’s premier

A remarkable anniversary at Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium is going to take place on Sunday, August 6th, 2017. A new German-Czech class is being formed at the school for the twentieth time in succession. At the beginning of the 1996 school year, the first 15 German students started in grade 5; two years later they were joined by the Czech students so that the first BINA-class (binational and bilingual) was ready to get going in 1998. 

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