Einhard School in Seligenstadt
In this academic secondary school in Seligenstadt, a town on the Main river steeped in tradition and known as the town of the Frankish scholar Einhard, around 1,100 students from grade 5 to their final secondary-school examinations are taught by around 80 teachers. As a certified school with a specialism in music, Einhard School offers a broad selection of music clubs. There is also a good tradition of drama here.
Lüdertal School in Großenlüder
Lüdertal School in the heart of the countryside near Fulda is a general and vocational secondary school with around 350 students and 30 or so teachers. The full-day school has extensive offerings in the arts and sport, and offers additional educational support.
Emsbachtal School in Niederbrechen
The school in the Emsbach Valley is a full-day primary and integrated general and vocational secondary school. Just under 50 teachers teach 410 students here with a focus on vocational and cultural education.
Adolf Reichwein School in Pohlheim
Adolf Reichwein School is an integrated comprehensive school in Pohlheim in the district of Gießen that has around 620 students from grades 5 to 10. As well as offering vocational and general secondary school diplomas, ARS also provides students with the opportunity to transfer to grade 11.
Schlüchtern Municipal School
Schlüchtern Municipal School is a combined vocational and general secondary school in the Main-Kinzig district and has around 750 students and 60 teachers. It is certified as having a specialism in music and in the 2021/2022 school year was included in Hessen’s cultural schools programme.
Middle Point School Gadernheim
Middle Point School Gadernheim consists of a primary school and a vocational and general secondary school in Lautertal in the district of Bergstraße, and is attended by around 400 children and young people aged between 6 and 17 from four municipalities. As its name suggests, it encompasses different types of school in the area.