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HdA Partner School Network

Of great importance to the work of the HdA is the Partner School Network, which bridges the gap between the HdA and schools in all German federal states.

The partner schools play a part in developing and testing materials to be used in lessons, student research projects and school working groups. They promote astronomy as an additional school offer through courses or as part of working groups and support teachers and students participating in Haus der Astronomie projects. In addition, the partner schools participate as much as possible in Haus der Astronomie activities in their vicinity, for example by manning information booths and through their involvement in the Germany-wide mobile teacher training programme run by the HdA.

The Haus der Astronomy aims to support the partner schools to the best of its ability and within the possibilities of its scientific educational mandate. This includes the preferential consideration of the partner school in events and projects aimed at schools, supporting the work carried out as part of astronomy courses and working groups as well as the science offering of the partner school in general, the specific promotion of particularly interested pupils and also the access to special research and teaching aids, in particular telescopes.

The following schools with the responsible teachers belong to the HdA Partner School Network:

Baden-Württemberg 
Konrad-Duden-Realschule, Mannheim (Karin Hoffmann) 
Hebel-Gymnasium, Schwetzingen (Enrico Malz) 
Internationale Gesamtschule. Heidelberg (Martin Wetz) 
Max-Born-Gymnasium, Neckargemünd (Inge Thiering) 
Gottlieb-Daimler-Gymnasium, Stuttgart (Sven Hanssen) 
Albert-Schweitzer-Gymnasium, Crailsheim (Matthias Penselin) 
Max-Planck-Gymnasium, Karlsruhe (Daniela Rappa) 
Thomas-Mann-Gymnasium, Stutensee (Hartmut Aichert) 
Grimmelshausenschule, Renchen (Rita Isenmann)

Bavaria 
Christoph-Probst-Gymnasium, Gilching (Wolfgang Vieser) 
St. Gotthard-Gymnasium, Niederalteich (Robert Heydenreich) 
Friedrich-Rückert-Gymnasium, Ebern (Tobias Mück und Renate Hatzinger)

Berlin 
Georg-Büchner-Gymnasium (Uwe Brink)

Brandenburg 
Carl-von-Ossietzky-Schule, Werder (Gabi Ulbrich) 
Einstein-Gymnasium Neuenhagen, by Berlin (Olaf Hofschulz) 
Theodor-Fontane-Gymnasium, Strausberg (Ralf Böhlemann) 
Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium, Königs Wusterhausen (Frank Kausch und Uwe Schierhorn)

Bremen 
Oberschule Rockwinkel (Jerome Meyer)

Hesse
Johann-Christian-Senckenberg-Schule, Runkel (Patrick Fitz) 
Lessing-Gymnasium, Lampertheim (Martin Metzendorf)

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 
Europäische Gesamtschule, Ahlbeck (Volker John)

Lower Saxony 
Bischöfliches Gymnasium Josephinum, Hildesheim (Arndt Latußeck) 
Hainberg-Gymnasium, Göttingen (Matthias Schäfer)

North Rhine-Westphalia
Immanuel-Kant-Gymnasium, Bad Oeynhausen (Klemens Schüler) 
Gymnasium Paulinum, Münster (Christina Diehl) 
Gesamtschule Hennef West (Karsten Schraut) 
Evangelisches Gymnasium, Lippstadt (Ronald Schünecke)

Rhineland-Palatinate
Herzog-Johann-Gymnasium, Simmern (Roman Bolens) 
Carl-Bosch-Gymnasium, Ludwigshafen (Bernd Rohwedder)

Saarland 
Technisch-Wissenschaftliches Gymnasium, Dillingen (Gernot Meiser)

Saxony
Wilhelm-Ostwald-Gymnasium, Leipzig (Peter Scheuermann) 
Johann-Heinrich-Pestalozzi-Gymnasium, Rodewisch (Anke Graf) 
St. Benno-Gymnasium, Dresden (Franz-Josef Fischer)

Saxony-Anhalt
Kooperative Gesamtschule Ulrich von Hutten, Halle (Katrin Mathiszik) 
Goethegymnasium, Weißenfels (Frank Oßwald)

Schleswig-Holstein 
Stormarnschule. Ahrensburg (Manuela von Werder) 
Werner-Heisenberg-Gymnasium, Heide (Stefan Burzin) 
Gymnasium Marne (Jörg Dewitz)

Thuringia
Otto-Schott-Gymnasium, Jena (Jan Slowik) 
Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium, Weimar (Mario Koch) 
Herder-Gymnasium, Nordhausen (Jörg Baudler)

 
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