The entire class graduates from high school

The entire class graduates from high school

A period of life has now come to an end for the ninth graders of the pestalozzi school in kronach: 16 graduates have finished their schooling at the special needs education center. This year there were particularly many good results.

Many of the young people’s relatives and friends attended the farewell ceremony in the school auditorium. "Today is a day of remembrance and thanksgiving – but also to look ahead", says principal stefan muck. While the graduates had previously been relieved of a lot of responsibility by the school or their parents, this will be different from now on. "You are now challenged to take your lives into your own hands and find your own path in life," said headmaster stefan muck, he appealed. His words were echoed by jorg schnappauf on behalf of the parents’ council. He praised the perseverance of the graduates during their time at school.

The mayor and deputy district administrator wolfgang beiergroblein conveyed the congratulations of the city of kronach and the district. All graduates could be proud of their degree and go courageously into the future.

In their speeches, the students of the two graduating classes thanked their parents, teachers and the school administration for their support and patience, which had made it possible for them to successfully complete their schooling. Their two class leaders, sabrina muller and stephan schiller, presented them with gifts of their own design and also a short poem in rhyming form.

Head of class stephan schiller congratulated the students on their graduation. The song "du kannst das" ("you can do it") may be symbolic for their further development by max giesinger stand. During his time at the school, he said, the main aim was to strengthen their self-confidence. "Believe in yourselves and your abilities. Then you will achieve a lot in life – no matter which school you attended", he encouraged them. They could make a lot of things happen in their lives if they really wanted to and were willing to put in the work and be active themselves: "dig in and make the best of it", he appealed.

Fortunately, the entire class of. Nine of the 16 graduates passed the examinations for the secondary school leaving certificate; the seven others mastered the formal school leaving certificate. Sascha bolte, who graduated from high school with a grade point average of 1.6, was the best in his class. Max beitzinger achieved the best ford school leaving certificate with a grade point average of 2.4. Justin gorbert received a special award from the principal for the best school-leaving certificate with a grade point average of 1.73. The majority of the school-leavers will complete a vocational preparation year or start an apprenticeship starting in the fall..