The German School Award
Improving the Quality of Schools

The German School Award

"Putting wings on learning!" This is the slogan of the German School Award (Der Deutsche Schulpreis), which was launched by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Heidehof Stiftung in 2006. The public broadcasting network ARD and the German Weekly Stern are the award’s media partners.

The award was launched to honor educational achievements and help make them usable to improve the quality of schools all over Germany. The competition is based on a comprehensive understanding of education that is reflected in six quality criteria: academic achievement, approach to diversity, quality of instruction, responsibility, school culture, and school development. Schools that apply for the German School Award need to be rated highly in all areas and outstanding in one of them.

The main award ist endowed with 100,000 euros, with four other schools receiving 25,000 euros each. In addition, one school will be awarded the "Award of the Jury", which also has a value of 25,000 euros. This award is given to a school that offers students an outstanding education in the face of unusual, often difficult conditions and thus acts as a model for other schools.

Contact

Andrea Preußker
Telefon 0711 46084-758

Heike Kühlewein
Telefon 0711 46084-687

Nora Heising
Telefon 0711 46084-852