An historic school,

Over 350 years of history

For 350 years the Joachimsthalsches Gymnasium was one of the most prestigious schools in the German educational system. Its story began in 1607, when Prince Joachim Frederick, Elector of Brandenburg set up a foundation. Weiterlesen

Architectural master plan, ,

Presented in autumn 2020

Over the past months we have been working out our master plan for the est with Potsdam firm of architects Kühn-von Kaehne und Lange and Berlin project and property management firm Kroschewski Holzrichter. Weiterlesen

Monument preservation funding, , ,

€30 million federal grant

At their meeting on 26 November 2020, members of the German Bundestag’s Budget Committee agreed to provide a grant of €30 million for the renovation of the listed school and dormitory buildings Weiterlesen

The European School in Templin is becoming a reality

Hundreds of pupils will be able to attend a school that will allow them to explore the diverse culture of Europe and develop into committed Europeans. Weiterlesen

External support – Achieving more together

The experts on the Advisory Council advise the foundation team on an ongoing basis on pedagogical and construction-related issues. Weiterlesen

A bridge between Western and Eastern Europe

The est is open to all. It is particularly important to us to make this school experience available to as many students as possible from all parts of society. Weiterlesen

For the Europeans of tomorrow, ,

Our mission

Much of Europe’s future will be decided in the classrooms of today. We strive to ensure that the European spirit continues to live on Weiterlesen

A school in the heart of Europe,

This is school in the 21st century

On the grounds of the former Joachimsthalsches Gymnasium in Templin, we plan to bring together young people from all across Europe Weiterlesen

At the heart of the new Europe

est is located in the middle of the Uckermark lake and forest region, offering outstanding conditions to combine learning in the digital world with life in nature. Weiterlesen

Monument and place of innovation, ,

A traditional place of education

The Joachimsthalsches Gymnasium, founded in 1607, was one of the leading schools in the German-speaking world until it was closed in 1945. Weiterlesen