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.  more An historic school

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.  more Architectural master plan

How we spent 2020

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.  more How we spent 2020

Advisory Council

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.  more Advisory Council

A school for all

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.  more A school for all

Templin as location

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.  more Templin as location

School of tomorrow

Megatrends in school education

In November 2019, we launched the workshop series “School of tomorrow” with the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Karl Schlecht Foundation.  more School of tomorrow


Achieving more together

Recognised experts are supporting the project on a voluntary basis during the development phase.
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Federal funding

450,000 euros in federal funding

Berlin / Uckermark – The large-scale project “Joachimsthalsches Gymnasium / European School” in Templin has received a federal grant of €450,000  more Federal funding