Bilingo Campus Secondary Level II
The upper school at Bilingo Campus leads students to the general qualification for university entrance. The prerequisite for this is that you have obtained the technical secondary school certificate with a qualification note (FOR-Q).
The advanced and basic courses are based on pre-elections.
The Bilingo Campus awards all upper secondary school diplomas;
-cooperates with the Claudia-Agrippina grammar school
-offers intensive and individual advice on school careers
-attaches great importance to independent learning and working
-expects willingness to perform, perseverance in working and the ability to think abstractly
The Bilingo Campus now offers the Bilingual Abitur for year 11 (EF) in the school year 2020/21. Of course, the German course can still be taken. Students can choose from the following subjects:
Subjects offered 20/21
Linguistic-literary-artistic field of activity
English (from grade 5)
French (expiring at the end of 18/19)
Latin (expiring at the end of the school year 18/19)
Spanish (as a new language in the upper school)
Italian (as a new language in the upper school)
Mathematical-scientific-technical field of activity
Field of Social Science
Subjects without field of activity
Advanced course in mathematics (an advanced course is obligatory)
Deepening course German (a deepening course is obligatory)
You want to transfer to BilinGO Campus?
Inform yourself below
With the semi-annual report, all pupils of the secondary and lower secondary schools (also comprehensive pupils and high school pupils on request) receive information about SchülerOnline and a password with which they can register on SchülerOnline’s website.
There it is possible to inform oneself about schools with upper secondary schools and their offers.
If you choose a school to which you would like to apply, you will receive information as to what documents the host school expects. These must be submitted by the end of the registration period.
If the school submitting the application participates in the SchülerOnline procedure, the pupils should use the application procedure described.
If the giving school does not take part in the SchülerOnline procedure (schools from neighbouring communities, partly substitute schools, schools outside NRW), pupils can register themselves on the Schüleronline website and then use the procedure described.
The school management continues to decide on the admission of a pupil after consultation with the upper school coordinator.
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