|Auf der Steinkaut 1–15
61352 Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe
|School type||Public Gymnasium|
|Head of school||Heike Zinke|
|Number of students||altogether 1,620 (August 1, 2008)|
|Sixth Form Students||406 (December 10, 2007)|
|Language||English, French, German, Greek, Latin, Russian, Spanish|
|Teachers||121 (August 1, 2008)|
It is one of the oldest schools in the German-speaking region of Europe. The eponym is Victoria, Princess Royal (1840–1901). The school has 121 teachers and 1,620 students. The history of the school goes back to 1550. As private Latin school founded at 1550, the school has grown into one of the biggest schools in the Hochtaunuskreis. The Kaiserin-Friedrich-Gymnasium is the patron school of the Goethe University Frankfurt.
The reduction of the school days from nine to eight years at the Gymnasium was implementated by school year 2004/2005. The reduction means that the students will get their Abitur after twelve school years, not after thirteen years.
A peculiarity of the school is their multi-storey car park.
The Gymnasium has a library with 10,000 books.
- Jürgen Herrlein (* 1962), lawyer
- Susanne Klatten (* 1962), industrialist
- Stefan Quandt (* 1966), industrialist
- Bildungsserver Hessen — Kaiserin-Friedrich-Gymnasium
- Bericht zur Inspektion des Kaiserin-Friedrich-Gymnasiums in Bad Homburg (“Bulletin for inspection of Kaiserin-Friedrich-Gymnasium in Bad Homburg”), April 2008
- rhein-main.net: Weiterführende Schulen im Hochtaunuskreis, January 23, 2008
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