Gabrieli Gymnasium

Das Gabrieli-Gymnasium ist ein Musisches Gymnasium in Eichstätt. Namenspatron der Schule ist der Gabriel de Gabrieli, der im frühen 17. Jahrhundert in Eichstätt lebte und wirkte.

Gabrieli Gymnasium – State Arts Gymnasium with boarding school in the heart of Bavaria

Founded in 1835 as a state teacher training institute in the former Dominican monastery of Eichstätt, the school, which has been called Gabrieli Gymnasium since 1965, has always been a boarding school. Living, living and learning are closely related at Gabrieli Gymnasium and its boarding school.

As a musical high school, a particularly familiar atmosphere characterizes the school. All students – currently around 700 – play an instrument, e.g. E.g. piano, various strings or wind instruments. Many are also active in one of the school’s own orchestras or choirs, which shape the cultural life of Eichstätt.

The average class size is about 25. The boarding school, which forms an educational unit with the school, sees itself as a temporary home. Around 40 students – a big family! -stay here during the school weeks and attend either Gabrieli Gymnasium or other secondary schools, e.g. for example, the Willibald Gymnasium or one of the two ecclesiastical secondary schools. They are supervised by school teachers, a social educator, two educators and an educator.

The leisure facilities of the boarding school include regular sports in the evening, joint crafts, games and music making. Eichstätt, a small town of Italian flair with about 14,000 inhabitants, is located in the heart of Bavaria and is easily accessible by train or car from Munich.

Does that sound interesting to you or your child? Then take a look at the education days in Munich at the booth of the Gabrieli Gymnasium and Gabrieli Boarding School!

      • Pupils: approx. 700, 40 of them in boarding school
      • Teacher: approx. 90
      • Orientation: Musical branch with the foreign language sequence Latin/English or English/Latin (the neighbouring Willibald Gymnasium offers more branches!)
      • Specifics: small classes, family atmosphere
        Special features: Italian or French as late-starting foreign languages, numerous orchestras and choirs, wide range of electives, school health service,
      • Events: Christmas and summer concerts, carnival revue (“Light Muse Evening”), prelude evenings, winter sports week, school country home, trip to Germany, study trips and
        Student exchange Italy, France, Ireland