CJD Christophorusschulen Berchtesgaden – The boarding school
Like a small mountain village, Germany’s alpine boarding school is located at 1200 metres above sea level high above the Berchtesgaden valley. The surrounding peaks of the Berchtesgaden Alps form an imposing backdrop.
In this magnificent environment, 100 boarding school students live and learn – in line with the goals and values of the CJD. In addition to a development into self-determined young people, we also support young people in achieving their individual goals.
The course of the week is clearly structured for the boarding school students and fits harmoniously into everyday school life. There are timetables and learning times as well as joint boarding activities and individual times for free design. With each child and adolescent entrusted to us, an individual weekly plan is developed and developed according to his specific needs. Fixed components of the weekly routine are the shared meals, learning times as well as changing sports and game evenings as an offer. Skiing, cycling tours, table kickers, billiards, cooking together and visits to the cinema are welcome by the young people as leisure activities. In addition, it is possible to participate in the training of the local sports clubs and to spend.B sports in football, wrestling, rugby or tennis.
What makes us
- We meet each other on an equal footing
- We live a culture of participation
- We align our actions with the needs of the young people entrusted to us
- We promote a self-determined life
- We strengthen individual talent and interests
- We are growing in challenges together
- We live community and cohesion
- We take responsibility for society and the environment
- We identify with the values and objectives of the CJD
Hybrid teaching or successful change between presence and online teaching
“In the meantime, we are positioned in schools and boarding schools in such a way that a changeover to the digital form of teaching is possible within a very short time,” the school leaders of all school types are pleased. “Even though the last few hours were once again challenging, we are now looking forward to tomorrow and are able to carry out lessons digitally according to the usual timetable from 8:00 a.m.,” stefan Kantsperger, headmaster of the gymnasium, continues when Berchtesgaden is hit by a lockdown almost overnight in October. Newly purchased rental equipment is supposed to ensure a smooth process of online teaching.