The 2018 German School Award Goes to Greifswald

The Evangelische Schulzentrum in Greifswald wins this year's German School Award, which is endowed with 100,000 euros. The Federal Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek presented the award at the ewerk in Berlin.

Robert Bosch Stiftung | May 2018
Max Lautenschläger

The best school of 2018: Teachers and students of the Evangelische Schulzentrum Martinschule from Greifswald at the award ceremony in Berlin.

The Evangelische Schulzentrum Martinschule in Greifswald wins the 2018 German School Award, which is endowed with 100,000 euros. The Federal Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek presented the award at the ewerk in Berlin. Five more schools received a prize of 25,000 euros each: Gesamtschule Bremen Ost, Franz-Leuninger-Schule in Mengerskirchen, Integrierte Gesamtschule Hannover-List, Annette-von-Droste-Hülshoff-Gymnasium in Münster, and the Matthias-Claudius-Schule in Bochum.

15 schools were nominated for the 2018 German School Award. They attended the award ceremony in Berlin on May 14 with a delegation of students and teachers and next to Federal Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek. Eva-Maria Lemke and Lennert Brinkhoff presented the event, musical guest was the singer Lotte.

All nominated schools that have not been awarded receive a recognition prize of 5,000 euros each. In addition, the schools will benefit from the school development program of the German School Award. Over the course of two years they will receive individual process support and participate in seminars.