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School regulations for high schools in Bavaria
(Grammar School Regulations - GSO)
23 January 2007
(GVBl. P. 68)
Full quote according to RedR: Gymnasialschulordnung (GSO) of January 23, 2007 (GVBl. P. 68, BayRS 2235-1-1-1-K), last amended by § 6 of the ordinance of June 22, 2020 (GVBl. P. 335 , 406) has been changed
On the basis of Art. 9 Para. 4 Clause 2, Art. 25 Para. 3 Clause 1, Art. 37 Para. 3 Clause 3, Art. 44 Para. 2 Clause 1, Art. 45 Para. 2, Art. 46 Para 4, Art. 49 Paragraph 1, Art. 50 Paragraph 2, Art. 52, Art. 53 Paragraph 4 and 6, Art. 54, Art. 55 Paragraph 1 No. 6, Art. 56 Paragraph 2 No. 2, Art. 58 Paragraph 1 and 6, Art. 62 Paragraph 8 and 9, Art. 65 Paragraph 1 Clause 4, Art. 68, Art. 69 Paragraph 7, Art. 84 Paragraph 1, Art 85, Art. 86 Paragraph 15, Art. 89, Art. 100 Paragraph 2, Art. 101 Paragraph 2, Art. 106, Art. 114 Paragraph 1 No. 1, Art. 116 Paragraph 4 and Art 128 para. 1 of the Bavarian Law on Education and Instruction (BayEUG) in the version published on May 31, 2000 (GVBl p. 414, ber. P. 632, BayRS 2230-1-1-UK), most recently amended by law of July 26, 2006 (GVBl p. 397), the Bavarian State Ministry for Education and Culture issues the following ordinance:
Part 1 General
1These school regulations apply to the public grammar schools, evening grammar schools and colleges and the state-recognized substitute schools with the character of a public school. 2These school regulations apply to substitute schools within the framework of Art. 90, Art. 92 Paragraph 2 No. 2 and Paragraph 5 and Art. 93 BayEUG, for state-recognized substitute schools they also apply within the framework of Art. 100 Paragraph 2 BayEUG.
Part 2 admission, change of school
§ 2 Admission to the lowest grade
§ 4 Re-entry into the grammar school
§ 5 Admission to a higher grade
§ 6 Entrance examination, probationary period
§ 7 Admission to grade 10 or 11
§ 8 guest students
§ 9 Admission to the evening grammar school and the college
§ 10 Change of grammar school or training course in grades 5 to 11
§ 11 Transfer in the qualification phase
Admission to the lowest grade
(1) The pupils are registered by a parent or legal guardian.
(2) Admission requires that the student
- is suitable for high school education,
- can provide evidence of at least attendance at grade 4 of elementary school (subject to Paragraph 3, Clause 1, No. 3) or - in the case of entry into the short form of grammar school - grade 6 of middle school and
- has reached the age of 12 on September 30 of the school year, or has not yet reached the age of 14 when entering the short form of grammar school; The school principal decides on exceptions in special cases.
(3) 1For the educational path of the high school are suitable
- Pupils from a public or state-recognized primary school, if they are designated as suitable for the educational path of a grammar school in the transfer certificate from this school,
- Pupils who have successfully participated in the trial lesson,
- Pupils from a public or state-recognized primary school who have been allowed to skip the grade during the six months, i.e. on the last day of the second full week of classes in February, or at the end of grade 3, or
- Schoolchildren in grade 5 of a public or state-recognized middle or secondary school who are designated in the school's annual report as suitable for the educational path of a grammar school.
2The transfer certificate, the successfully completed trial lesson, the decision to skip and the certificate from the middle or secondary school apply with regard to sentence 1 only for the following school year.
(4) Pupils who took part in the trial lesson unsuccessfully but who achieved grade 4 in both subjects and whose legal guardians apply for this will also be accepted.
(5) Admission to a music grammar school also requires a relevant talent, which can be proven by the grade in music education in the transfer certificate or in another way.
(6) 1If there are more applicants than can be accepted in view of the spatial and personnel conditions of the school, the state and non-state schools will endeavor to find a local balance. 2If this does not succeed, the ministerial representative makes a decision with effect for the public schools.
(7) At public home schools, the admission of external students can be restricted to students who have their place of residence within the meaning of the German Civil Code in the catchment area of the school.
(8) Admission takes place at the beginning of the school year, otherwise only for an important reason.
(1) 1For schoolchildren who meet the requirements of Section 2, Paragraph 3, Sentence 1, No. 1 or 3 are not given and who do not belong to grade 5 of a public or state-recognized middle school or secondary school, grammar schools conduct a three-day trial lesson in German and mathematics according to the specifications of the ministerial representatives. 2In justified exceptional cases, a catch-up date can be set up for the trial lesson. 3Pupils who have taken part in trial lessons at Realschule without success cannot take part in trial lessons at grammar school.
(2) For the preparation and implementation of the trial lesson, the school principal convenes an admissions committee made up of teachers from the grammar school.
(3) 1In the trial lesson, the pupils are to be grouped together in smaller lesson groups. 2At least two members of the admission committee are responsible for each teaching group, who alternately teach and observe. 3The trial lesson is based on the requirements of grade 4, taking into account the task of the grammar school.
(4) 1The written assignments are made uniformly across the country and are graded by two specialist teachers each; the works are to be kept for two years. 2Oral performance is also graded.
(5) 1Participation in the trial lesson is successful if at least grade 3 has been achieved in one subject and at least grade 4 in the other. 2The unsuccessful participation will be noted on the transfer certificate from the elementary school. 3If the students are not accepted, the legal guardians will receive the transfer certificate back.
Re-entry into the grammar school
1Pupils who switched to middle school during the school year are only considered to be repeat pupils when they re-enter the grammar school if the switch to middle school takes place after the end of the first half of grade 5. 2The provisions on the age limit and Section 30 (4) remain unaffected.
Admission to a higher grade
(1) 1Admission to a higher grade requires passing an entrance examination and a probationary period. 2 Section 2, Paragraph 2, No. 1 and 3 as well as Paragraphs 5 to 8 apply accordingly. 3Admission to a higher training phase than 12/1 is, apart from the case of Section 6, Paragraph 7, only permissible if certificates for the lower training phases are available.
(2) 1Notwithstanding Paragraph 1 Clause 1, the entrance examination and probationary period do not apply to admission to grade 6 of the grammar school if in grade 5 or 6 of a public or state-recognized secondary school
- permission to advance has been given and
- the average of the annual grades in German, English and mathematics is 2.00 or better.
2This only applies in the school year following the issuance of the annual report.
(3) High school pupils who have been refused permission to advance to the next higher grade may not be admitted to the entrance examination for this grade of a high school in the next school year.
Entrance exam, probationary period
(1) 1The entrance examination is carried out in writing and, if necessary, orally or practically. 2Written work must be completed in the core subjects. 3The entrance examination usually covers all advanced subjects of the previous year of the Gymnasium. 4The prerequisite for admission is that the student is likely to be able to work successfully in the classroom. 5The headmaster decides on admission.
(2) A failed entrance exam for grade 6 or higher can be counted as a passed entrance exam for a lower grade if the result is appropriate.
(3) 1During the probationary period, it is determined whether the pupil is up to the requirements of the grammar school. 2The decision on whether to pass the probationary period is made on the basis of the performance and the educational evaluation of the student's overall personality. 3The headmaster decides whether the probationary period has passed on the basis of a recommendation from the class conference.
(4) 1The probationary period usually lasts until the end of the first half of the school year. 2For special reasons, it can be extended until the end of the school year at the latest. 3Pupils whose probationary period has been extended to the end of the school year are subject to the advancement provisions.
(5) 1The probationary period falling in the training section 12/1 is considered to have been passed if the student does not exceed three times in the courses that are subject to mandatory registration in accordance with Annex 5 or Annex 6, including in the subjects German, mathematics and the compulsory continued foreign language 1 at most once , has achieved less than 5 points - but in no case less than 1 point - as a half-year performance. 2The achievements in the project seminar for study and career orientation and in the subject of sport are not taken into account. 3In this case, an extension is not permitted; the pupil is referred back to grade 11.
(6) Pupils who have not passed the probationary period can be referred back to the previous year if they have achieved a sufficient level of performance; they are not considered to be repeat students there.
(7) For pupils who want to be admitted to grade 12 or 13 after attending a school abroad, the ministerial representative can make individual regulations.
Admission to grade 10 or 11
(1) 1In the case of pupils with a secondary school diploma, business school or the final examination for the secondary school leaving certificate at the secondary school, the entrance examination is not required when entering grade 11 if the final certificate in the advancement subjects has an average grade of 1.5 or better. 2With an average grade of 2.5 or better, the entrance examination upon entry into grade 11 is limited to the core subjects of the respective training course with the exception of the second foreign language; it does not apply when entering grade 10. 3The trial period does not apply. 4The catch-up period for the second foreign language is usually no more than a year.
(2) 1The Bavarian State Ministry for Education and Culture (State Ministry) can set up introductory classes for suitable graduates of the Realschule, Business School or Middle School with an intermediate school leaving certificate. 2Successful attendance of an introductory class entitles you to enter grade 12 of the grammar school. 3The timetable can be found in Appendix 7.4The prerequisite for admission to an introductory class is an average of the grades in the subjects German, English and mathematics of 2.00 or better in the final certificate or a pedagogical report from the school attended in grade 10, in which the suitability for the educational path of the grammar school is fully confirmed.
1Pupils who had their habitual residence abroad for a longer period of time, who did not attend a recognized German school abroad there and who initially do not want to undergo the admission procedure can, in a revocable manner, allow them to attend classes in individual or all subjects . 2If such pupils are subject to compulsory schooling, they must attend lessons in all compulsory and elective subjects. 3A confirmation of school attendance will be issued upon request. 4A certificate can only be issued if the pupil attends school on the basis of having passed the admission procedure.
Admission to evening grammar school and college
(1) Admission to grade I of the evening grammar school or the college is a prerequisite
- Completed vocational training or at least two years of professional activity,
- a minimum age of 18 years in the school year of registration,
- a middle school leaving certificate or the successful completion of the preliminary course or the successful completion of an entrance examination in the corresponding application of § 6 Paragraph 1 and
- the existence of a probationary period; Section 6 (3) and (4) apply accordingly. If a student leaves before the end of the probationary period, it is deemed to have failed.
(2) 1In addition to Paragraph 1 Nos. 1 and 2, admission to grade II of the evening grammar school or college requires the passing of an entrance examination and a probationary period. 2For the entrance examination and the probationary period, § 6 and Paragraph 1 No. 4 Clause 2 apply accordingly. 3At the evening grammar school and at the college, re-entry takes place on a probationary basis if the period between leaving and re-attending is longer than two calendar years.
(3) 1In the preliminary course of the evening grammar school or the Kolleg, applicants without a secondary school leaving certificate, who meet the requirements of Paragraph 1 No. 1 and are at least 17 years of age, can be admitted. 2The final admission requires the existence of a probationary period; Section 6 and Paragraph 1 No. 4 Clause 2 apply accordingly. 3For the decision about the successful completion of the preliminary course, the advancement provisions apply.
(4) 1Attending the second semester in the split preliminary course requires that you have passed the first semester. 2In the first semester of the preliminary course, at least six small certificates of achievement should be required in the subjects German, mathematics and English or Latin, and at least two in the other subjects. 3At the end of the first half of the year, there is an examination of the entire subject. 4The overall grade of this examination and the overall grade of the minor performance assessments are in a ratio of 1: 1. 5Achievements in the first half of the course are not taken into account in the second half of the year. 6Applicants with an intermediate school leaving certificate can immediately start the second semester of the preliminary course. 7The trial period of the divided preliminary course ends on the first Friday in December.
(5) Direct admission to grade III of the evening grammar school or the college is not possible.
(6) 1As a rule, only people who earn their living primarily through their own activities are to be regarded as employed. 2Periods of military or community service, development service and the voluntary social and ecological year are taken into account. 3Unemployment can be taken into account as evidenced by a certificate from the Employment Agency. 4 Art. 10 para. 4 BayEUG remains unaffected.
(7) Applicants who already have a general higher education entrance qualification, who have already twice unsuccessfully passed the examination to obtain a technical college entrance qualification, a subject-specific higher education entrance qualification or a general higher education entrance qualification, or have been excluded from attending all colleges, grammar schools or technical colleges, cannot be accepted become.
(8) 1Pupils who did not pass the probationary period can re-enter the last year they attended without an entrance examination at the beginning of a later school year. 2The provisions on the probationary period remain unaffected; the trial period can only be repeated once.
(9) 1At the evening grammar school, with the exception of the last three semesters of school, the pupils must be employed. 2The students should not be employed at the college while they are attending the college.
Change of grammar school or training course in grades 5 to 11
(1) Pupils who have successfully attended a grade can transfer to the next grade of another grammar school in the same direction at the beginning of the following school year.
(2) 1When transferring to another field of training, the pupil has a period to be set by the school principal within a period of no more than one year in the subjects that are only specific to the newly selected field of training or have a higher teaching objective there to take an exam. 2In this examination, it must be proven that the student can work successfully in the classroom. 3Until then, the student can be exempted from attending classes or from having to provide evidence of performance in these subjects. 4The result of this examination is to be taken into account when determining the annual grade.
(3) Sections 5 and 6 apply accordingly to the transfer from a state not recognized school to a public or state recognized grammar school.
(4) During the school year, transfer to another grammar school or to a different training course is only permitted for good cause, in particular when changing residence.
(5) If an investigation is pending against a student because of misconduct, the transfer is only permissible if the school previously attended confirms that an application for exclusion from all schools of one or more types of school according to Art No. 11 and 12 BayEUG is not provided.
Transfer in the qualification phase
(1) 1During the qualification phase, transfer to another grammar school is only permitted for an important reason. 2Students who fail are not entitled to have courses set up that enable them to keep the course program chosen at the previous school.
(2) 1If, in the event of a transfer during the qualification phase, the courses attended up to the transfer cannot be continued due to a lack of offers, the student will elect a new one within the framework of the provisions. 2Missing achievements from previous training phases are provided by assessment tests within a period of four months after the transfer.
(3) Pupils who transfer from a non-Bavarian grammar school at the beginning of the qualification phase will be accepted if they have permission to advance into the qualification phase of the grammar school or if they were allowed to advance according to Bavarian regulations.
(4) In the event of transfer during the qualification phase and in special cases upon entry at the beginning of the qualification phase, a decision must be made by the ministerial representative.
Part 3 school operations
§ 13 Establishment of classes and courses
§ 14 Maximum duration of training
§ 16 subjects in grades 5 to 11
§ 17 Choice of the course program and the Abitur examination subjects
§ 18 Choice of subjects and seminars
§ 19 Design of the compulsory program in the qualification phase
(1) 1The grammar school is divided into the lower level with grades 5 to 7, the intermediate level with grades 8 to 10 and the upper level. 2The introductory phase of the upper level is grade 11 or the introductory class according to Section 7 (2). 3The qualification phase of the upper level comprises grades 12 and 13.
(2) 1At the evening grammar school and at the college, grade I is the introductory phase; grades II and III form the qualification phase. 2A one-year preparatory course is set up at the evening grammar school; A one-year preliminary course can be set up at the college, which can be divided into two half-year courses. 3The provisions for grades 11 to 13 of the grammar school also apply to grades I to III of the evening grammar school or college, unless otherwise stipulated.
Establishment of classes and courses
(1) 1Lessons are given in the lower and middle grades as well as in the introductory phase of the upper grades in classes, the formation of which is based on pedagogical, personal, spatial and organizational conditions. 2For pupils whose mother tongue is not German, special classes can be set up in which deviations from the timetable are permitted.
(2) 1Classes 12 and 13 are taught in courses (subjects and seminars); Deviating from this, no seminars are set up at the evening grammar school. 2Cross-grade courses can be set up in agreement with the school forum if this is necessary to ensure the availability of lessons in a subject.
(1) The maximum duration of training is eleven, or nine in short, school years.
(2) 1All school years spent at public or state-recognized grammar schools count towards the calculation of the maximum duration of training. 2The period of leave of absence to attend school abroad is not counted towards the maximum duration of training. 3 Section 37 (3) remains unaffected.
(3) The maximum training period is also deemed to have been exceeded if it is certain that the school qualification can no longer be achieved within the maximum training period.
(4) 1The maximum duration of training in grades 11 to 13 is four school years. 2Insofar as the requirements of Section 54 Paragraph 1 No. 1 and 2 are met, it is permissible to exceed it for up to one year to repeat a failed Abitur examination. 3 Paragraphs 2 and 3 apply accordingly.
(5) 1The maximum duration of training at the evening grammar school or college is four school years. 2For the calculation of the maximum duration of training, all school years spent at public or state-recognized evening grammar schools or colleges count; the attendance of a preliminary course is not taken into account.
(6) The ministerial representatives can allow exceptions under the conditions of § 45 of the Bavarian School Regulations (BaySchO).
(1) 1For grades 5 to 11, the lesson tables according to Appendix 1 apply. 2The State Ministry can make or approve deviations from the timetable for the duration of a school year. 3In order to promote individual classes in one subject or in several subjects, the school can deviate from the timetable for a limited period by increasing the number of hours in these subjects and a corresponding reduction in other subjects. 4The decision is made by the school principal in consultation with the teachers 'conference and the parents' council.
(2) For grades 12 and 13, the courses specified in Annexes 3, 4 and 5 apply.
(3) 1Pupils who want to enter grades 7 to 11 after attending a non-Bavarian grammar school or a comparable institution abroad can, on a case-by-case basis, approve a change in the foreign languages specified in the timetable if the intended language sequence becomes unreasonable Hardship. 2Foreign languages for which such a license is granted and which are not included as a continued foreign language in Appendix 3 must be completed at the end of grade 11.
(4) At the evening grammar school and at the college, the lesson tables according to Appendix 2 apply to the preliminary course and grade I, and the courses specified in Appendix 3 and 4 apply to grades II and III.
Subjects in grades 5 to 11
(1) 1Advancement subjects in grades 5 to 11 are all compulsory and elective subjects on the lesson tables with the exception of sports and the module for professional orientation. 2Deviating from sentence 1, music at the Musisches Gymnasium is an advancement subject in all grades, in the other training directions only in grades 7 to 11.
(2) Core subjects are German, two foreign languages, mathematics and physics, also on
- Humanistic Gymnasium (HG) Greek,
- Sprachlichen Gymnasium (SG) another foreign language,
- Science and technology grammar school (NTG) chemistry,
- Musischen Gymnasium (MuG) Music,
- Wirtschaftswwissenschaftlichen Gymnasium (WWG) Economics and Law,
- Social Science Gymnasium (SWG) Politics and Society.
(3) 1At the evening grammar school and at the college, in the preliminary course and in grade I, all compulsory and elective subjects on the lesson tables are advancement subjects. 2The core subjects in grade I are German and mathematics, as well as am
- Linguistic evening grammar school (SAG) English and one other foreign language,
- Natural science-technological evening high school (NTAG) English and physics or chemistry,
- Business School (WWAG) English and Economics and Law,
- Ancient Language College (ASK) Physics and Latin, Greek or English,
- New Language College (NSK) Physics and English and French, Latin, Italian, Russian or Spanish.
(4) 1At state grammar schools and colleges, classes in elective subjects and electives are set up in accordance with the detailed provisions of the State Ministry. 2Attending an elective may only be interrupted or started during the school year with the permission of the school principal. 3The school principal decides on the exclusion from attending an elective subject.
Choice of the course program and the Abitur examination subjects
(1) 1For grades 12 and 13, the course program from annexes 3 and 4 will be selected by April 15th at the latest, taking into account the occupancy requirement (annex 5) in grade 11; at the evening grammar school, Annex 6 is decisive in this respect. 2If certain course combinations cannot be made possible for school reasons, the upper school coordinators will inform the persons concerned immediately and request them to redefine them within a reasonable period of time.
(2) 1The choices made are binding for the students during the entire qualification phase. 2In exceptional cases, the choice of course can be changed with the approval of the school principal in the first four weeks of training section 12/1 as well as for training section 13/1. 3In exceptional cases, the school principal can approve the deselection of courses that exceed the occupancy requirement according to Annex 5.
(3) 1The third written Abitur examination subject is chosen in grade 13 by 31 January at the latest. 2The oral Abitur examination subjects are chosen no later than six weeks before the start of the written Abitur examination. 3Deviating from this, the point in time specified in Paragraph 1 Clause 1 applies to the choice of the special subject examination in the subjects of art, music and sport, which requires the completion of an additum (Annexes 3 and 5).
(4) 1The choice of the Abitur examination subjects is to be made in such a way that the number of half-yearly performances to be compulsory according to Annex 10 or § 53 does not exceed 40. 2At the evening grammar school, Annex 11 is decisive in this respect.
(5) If an additum is chosen for the subjects of art, music or sport and a pupil is permanently prevented by an accident or illness from completing the required practical performance of the special subject examination in one of these subjects, a to choose a new Abitur examination subject.
Choice of subjects and seminars
(1) 1The subjects are chosen from the three task fields (linguistic-literary-artistic, social science and mathematical-natural-scientific-technical); the two seminars are also to be chosen; Sport is to be taken (Appendices 3, 4 and 5). 2At the evening grammar school, Annex 6 is decisive in this respect.
(2) The following prerequisites apply for enrolling and choosing the subjects of art, music and sport as Abitur examination subjects with a special subject examination:
- In the subject of art, music and sport, the pupil was given at least satisfactory performance in the interim report from grade 11.
- In the subject of music, the pupil has also demonstrated appropriate skills in playing a recognized musical instrument (possibly singing).
Design of the compulsory program in the qualification phase
(1) 1Compulsory subjects in all four training sections are German, Mathematics, History + Social Studies, Religious Studies (possibly ethics) and Sport. 2In all four training phases, students must also take a foreign language, one of the subjects physics or chemistry or biology, one of the subjects geography or economics and law, and one of the subjects art or music. 3Furthermore, a further natural science or advanced computer science or a further continued or late-beginning foreign language must be taken at least in grade 12 (Appendix 3). 4Annex 5 also applies to the occupancy obligation. 5At the evening grammar school, Annex 6 is decisive in this respect.
(2) The Abitur examination subjects are to be taken in all four training phases.
(3) 1If a new foreign language that starts late is chosen in grade 11 according to Appendix 1 or a footnote in the introductory class according to Appendix 1 3) Lessons have been given at the level of a foreign language that begins late, this must be taken in all four training phases; Section 14 (6) applies accordingly. 2Other foreign languages that start late can only be selected if the pupil
- has attended elective courses in the relevant language in grades 10 and 11 totaling at least five hours per week or has demonstrated the required knowledge of elective courses in grade 11,
- has not already attended classes in the relevant language as a compulsory or optional subject in grades 10 or 11.
(4) For pupils who have transferred from the Realschule, the Business School or the Middle-Reife-Class grade 10 of the Middle School or through an entrance examination to the Gymnasium, the study of the second foreign language is compulsory in the qualification phase, unless they are have attended classes in a second foreign language as an elective in four consecutive years.
(5) At the evening grammar school and at the college, only the first foreign language can be chosen as a continued foreign language according to Paragraph 1 Clause 2 by pupils who entered the preliminary course without knowledge of foreign languages, and the second foreign language can also be chosen at the linguistic evening grammar school.
(6) 1At the college, the second foreign language has to be taken in grade II. 2If this foreign language is chosen as the Abitur examination subject, this foreign language must also be taken in grade III. 3Clause 1 does not apply if proof is provided that in grades 7 to 10 relevant lessons in a second foreign language were taken at a public or state-recognized general education school and in the annual report card of the tenth or a higher grade or in an in The final certificate awarded to these grades, the second foreign language was assessed with at least the grade “sufficient”. 4If a second foreign language is taken up at the college, the first foreign language must be continued at least until the transition to the qualification phase.
(7) If ethics lessons cannot be set up for pupils who do not attend religious education during the qualification phase, the pupils must take the lessons from the compulsory elective of the social science task area.
(8) 1Pupils who are permanently exempt from physical education due to a physical disability are not obliged to take another subject instead of sports. 2The same procedure can be followed for pupils who have to be exempted from physical education for health reasons during a training phase. 3Pupils who are exempt from physical education for health reasons for the duration of a training phase must, however, take another subject. 4Paragraph 2 remains unaffected.
(9) In the case of a six-month performance of 0 points, a subject is deemed not to be taken for the school year in question.
(10) 1If a student has not fulfilled the condition of Paragraph 1 Clause 3 due to a six-month performance of 0 points, the obligation to attend can also be fulfilled by attending a course in the relevant subject in grade 13. 2If a corresponding course is not set up, then, upon request, permission can be given to repeat the first two training phases of the relevant subject with the following year; Otherwise, on request, a course in another of the subjects named in Paragraph 1, Clause 3 with the following year or in year 13 must be taken. 3The originally provided services expire. 4In all other cases, the grade must be repeated.
1In the training sections 12/1 to 13/1, a science propaedeutic seminar and a project seminar on study and career orientation must be attended. 2In the science propaedeutic seminar, a seminar paper must be written. 3Seminars can be offered in all subjects of the compulsory and elective courses and, if necessary, also across subjects. 4The seminars mentioned in sentence 1 are not offered at the evening grammar school; the seminar paper mentioned in sentence 2 is not required.
Part 4 Achievements, Certificates
Chapter 1 Evidence of achievement (§§ 21-29)
Chapter 2 Advance and Repeat (Sections 30-38)
Chapter 3 Certificates (§§ 39-42)
Chapter 1 Evidence of achievement
§ 22 Major performance records
§ 23 Small certificates of achievement
§ 25 Correction and discussion
Section 26 Assessment of Services
§ 27 Catching up on performance records
§ 28 Formation of the annual graduation grade in grades 5 to 11
§ 29 Assessment of performance in grades 12 and 13
(1) 1Large certificates of achievement are school assignments. 2Small proofs of achievement are written, oral and practical achievements in accordance with § 23. 3In the qualification phase, the seminar paper is an additional proof of performance.
(2) 1Before the start of the school year, the teachers' conference makes basic stipulations on the collection of performance records and decides on times when there are no exams; the school forum can be heard; the stipulations are to be made known to the pupils and their legal guardians. 2Oral and written proof of achievement should be required in all advancement subjects and should also refer to the basic results and contents of the previous competence development. 3In the subject of art, practical achievements can be demanded as a substitute for written and oral assessments, in the subject music only as a replacement for oral assessments. 4In the project seminar on study and career orientation, at least two small certificates of achievement, in particular individual project contributions from the students, are required. 5The number, type and timing of the performance surveys are otherwise at the educational discretion of the teachers.
(3) 1In grades 12 and 13, at least two small performance certificates, including at least one oral, are required in each training phase in all subjects. 2In the science propaedeutic seminar, at least two small certificates of achievement are required in each of the training sections 12/1 and 12/2. 3In the project seminar on study and career orientation, at least two small certificates of achievement, in particular individual project contributions from the students, are required.
(1) 1In the subjects of German and mathematics as well as in the foreign languages, at least three written school assignments per school year and at least four written school assignments for four or more hours per week are required. 2In exceptional cases, the number according to sentence 1 can be reduced by one. 3In modern foreign languages, a school assignment or part of it is held in the form of an oral examination in at least one grade. 4In the subject of German, dictations or grammatical exercises are not permitted as school assignments. 5In the other core subjects, at least two school assignments must be completed per school year.
(2) 1A maximum of one school assignment per subject can be replaced by other equivalent performance certificates. 2The decision is made by the teachers' conference at the beginning of the school year for all classes in a year of the same educational direction; the school forum can be heard.
(3) The following applies to schoolwork in grades 12 and 13:
- A school assignment is required for each subject in each of the training phases.
- In modern foreign languages, a school assignment in grade 12 or 13 is held in oral form, if possible as a partner or group exam.
- The following exceptions apply:
- In history + social studies, a combined school task with content from both subjects is set in each phase of the training. The two subject parts are assessed separately; an overall grade is not formed. If social studies were taken as a two-hour subject in accordance with Appendix 5, a separate school task is set in each training phase in social studies.
- Combined tasks are set in each case in the subject of art (visual-practical and written-theoretical part). In the case of choosing the additum "Visual Practice", in addition to the school task according to No. 1 and Clause 1, a performance certificate consisting of artistic and practical work is required.
- In the music subject, if the additum (instrument or singing) is chosen, a practical test is required in addition to the school task according to No. 1.
- In the subject of sport, the school task is replaced by practical performance certificates in the selected sporting fields of activity. Deviating from this, in the subject of sport, a school task from sport theory is additionally set as an Abitur examination subject with a special subject examination in all training phases.
- In the subjects vocal ensemble, instrumental ensemble, theater and film as well as biological-chemical internship, the school assignment is replaced by a practical exam, which includes an examination interview.
- In a foreign language conversation, the school task is replaced by a conversation exercise, if possible as a partner or group test.
- In the subject of rhetoric, the school assignment can be replaced by a complex oral performance assessment of an appropriate length, the focus of which is on in-depth evidence of rhetorical skills.
(4) 1School assignments are announced at least one week in advance. 2No more than one school assignment may be held on a day, and no more than two school assignments should be held in a calendar week. 3The teachers' conference decides which small certificates of achievement are required in grades 5 to 10 on days on which the class writes a school assignment according to Section 21, Paragraph 2.
(5) 1The processing time for a school assignment in grades 5 to 11 is a maximum of 60 minutes, in grades 12 and 13 a maximum of 90 minutes. 2In grade 13, one school task can be held in each of the subjects of the Abitur examination to the extent of an examination task. 3For school assignments in German, the processing time can be appropriately increased from grade 8 onwards, regardless of sentence 1. 4In the subject of art, the working time in grades 12 and 13 can be up to 180 minutes. 5In the music subject, audition times are not counted towards working hours.
(6) The State Ministry separately determines which aids may be used in the preparation of school assignments.
(7) After consultation with the teacher and the student council, the school principal can declare a major performance record to be invalid and order a new one to be collected, especially if the requirements for the grade were not appropriate or the subject matter was not adequately prepared.
(8) The voluntary repetition of school tasks is not permitted.
Small certificates of achievement
(1) Oral proof of achievement includes, in particular, statements of account, teaching contributions and presentations.
(2) 1Written proof of performance includes, in particular, short-time work, impromptu tasks, technical performance tests and internship reports; the following applies:
- Short-time work is announced at least one week in advance and refers to a maximum of ten immediately preceding lessons. The processing time should be a maximum of 30 minutes.
- Impromptu tasks are not announced and refer to a maximum of two immediately preceding lessons. The processing time should be a maximum of 20 minutes.
- Technical performance tests, which can be held centrally or within the school in grades 5 to 11, are announced at least one week in advance. The processing time should not exceed 45 minutes.
2Section 22 (6) to (8) apply accordingly to sentence 1 nos. 1 to 3.
(3) In the case of projects, oral, written and practical performance can be assessed.
(1) 1The topic of the seminar paper is to be chosen by the end of the training section 12/1 in agreement with the course instructor. 2In the subject English, the seminar paper must be written in the foreign language, in the other modern foreign languages in the respective foreign language or in German. 3In grade 13, the seminar paper must be submitted by the second day of class in November at the latest; the school can grant an extension of the deadline in special cases.
(2) 1The pupil presents the results of the seminar paper, explains them and answers questions (examination interview). 2In modern foreign languages, this is done in the respective foreign language. 3The individual student performance is also assessed for work in which several students were involved.
(3) The seminar paper can be replaced by an equivalent contribution to a competition from the respective field of activity recognized as suitable by the State Ministry.
Correction and discussion
(1) 1Written performance records should be corrected, graded, returned to the students and discussed with them by the teachers within two weeks. 2In the 11th grade in German and in the 12th and 13th grade, this deadline for schoolwork is three weeks. 3A school assignment may not be held before the previous assignment in the same subject has been returned and discussed.
(2) Written performance records should be given to the pupils to be taken home by their legal guardians and should be returned to the school unchanged within one week.
(1) 1When evaluating a written work, the external form can also be taken into account. 2In the case of written work, violations of the correctness of the language as well as deficiencies in expression must be identified and assessed appropriately.
(2) Section 57 (1) applies accordingly.
(3) After the performance survey has started, health reasons of the pupil, according to which the performance record should not be evaluated, can generally no longer be recognized.
(4) 1If a student fails to provide a previously announced proof of performance without sufficient excuse or if a performance is refused, grade 6 is awarded. 2 Section 56 (2) applies accordingly.
(5) Section 47 (3) applies accordingly, with the proviso that in grades 5 to 11 the headmaster, and in the qualification phase, the ministerial officer can make special regulations.
Catching up of performance certificates
(1) 1If students fail to submit a major performance record with sufficient excuse, they will be given a late date. 2If you miss several large transcripts with sufficient excuse, a later date for several transcripts can be set for each subject. 3The same procedure can be used for announced small performance assessments.
(2) 1If the later date is also missed with sufficient excuse, a substitute examination can be scheduled, which can extend over the entire subject matter of the school year that has been dealt with up to then. 2A substitute examination can also be scheduled if there are no sufficient small evidence of performance in a subject due to the student's neglect.
(3) 1A substitute examination in a subject can only take place once in the school half-year. 2The student and their legal guardians must be informed of the date of the substitute examination at least one week in advance. 3The examination material is to be announced with the appointment.
(4) 1If the student does not take the substitute examination due to illness, the illness must be proven by a medical certificate. 2The school can request the submission of a school doctor's certificate.
Formation of the annual progression grade in grades 5 to 11
(1) 1In subjects with school assignments, the annual progression grade is made up of an overall grade for the major performance records and an overall grade for the minor performance records. 2When calculating the overall grade for the small performance assessments, the written, oral and, if applicable, practical performances are to be weighted appropriately. 3In subjects with two school tasks, the overall grades are always in a ratio of 1: 1. 4In subjects with more than two school tasks, the overall grades are generally in a ratio of 2: 1.
(2) In subjects without schoolwork, the graduation for the year is derived from the small transcripts.
(3) In the subject of music at music grammar schools, the overall grade should be made up of equal parts from the two areas of “class instruction” (including singing) and “instrument”.
(4) If a pupil has achieved special achievements outside of the scheduled lessons in school events or university events, in international language certificate examinations or in competitions recognized as suitable by the State Ministry and if a clear subject classification is possible, then these can on request in the annual progression grade in the corresponding Subject to be considered appropriately.
Assessment of performance in grades 12 and 13
(1) 1In grades 12 and 13, performance is assessed using a point system. 2This takes into account the grade levels with the respective tendency according to the following key:
(2) 1The achievements in the subjects are summarized at the end of each training section to a half-yearly achievement and expressed in a final number of maximum 15 points. 2It results from the average value from the number of points for the school assignment and the average of the points from the small performance certificates. 3In the training sections 12/1 and 12/2 of the science propaedeutic seminar, the half-year performance results from the average value of the small performance certificates. 4The result is rounded; Rounding up to the final number of points 1 is not permitted. 5 Section 28, Paragraph 1, Clause 2 and Paragraph 4 applies accordingly.
(3) 1The subjects history + social studies (one hour) form a joint six-month performance, which results from the number of points per subject according to Paragraph 2, which are weighted in a ratio of 2: 1 (history: social studies); In deviation from Section 21, Paragraph 3, Clause 1, at least one small performance certificate is required in the subject of social studies. 2When taking the subject social studies (two hours), a separate half-year performance is determined for both the subject history and the subject social studies in accordance with paragraph 2.
(4) 1In the subject of art as an Abitur examination subject with a special subject examination (Additum "Bildnerische Praxis"), the number of points for the school task is doubled to determine the half-year performance and the number of points resulting from the average of the work results achieved in the Additum is tripled; the simple average of the scores of the minor assessments is added. 2The half-year performance according to Paragraph 2 Clause 1 is determined by dividing the resulting sum by six.
(5) 1In music as an Abitur examination subject with a special subject examination (additum instrument or singing), the number of points for the school assignment is doubled and the number of points for the practical test is tripled to determine the half-year performance; the simple average of the scores of the minor assessments is added. 2The half-year performance according to Paragraph 2 Clause 1 is determined by dividing the resulting sum by six.
(6) 1In the subject of sport, the half-yearly performance results as an average value from the double-weighted average of the scores for the practical performances in the selected sporting field of activity and the average of the scores for the other small certificates. 2In the subject of sport as an Abitur examination subject with a special subject examination (additum "sport theory"), the final number of points results from the average of the number of points in the subject sport according to sentence 1 and the number of points in the additum "sport theory", which is formed according to paragraph 2 sentence 2.
(7) 1To determine the overall performance in the seminar paper, the number of points for the submitted work is first tripled and the number of points for the presentation with the examination interview is added. 2The total is divided by 2 and the result is rounded.
(8) 1A maximum of 30 points are awarded for the overall performance in the project seminar on study and career orientation (special learning performance). 2The teacher decides on the weighting of the small credits. 3Entries from a competition recognized as suitable by the State Ministry can be included in the evaluation.
Chapter 2 Advance and Repeat
Section 30 Decision on the advance
§ 34 Skipping a grade
Section 35 Advance in the event of a leave of absence to attend school abroad
§ 37 Repetition of grades and withdrawal in the qualification phase
Section 38 Prohibition of repetition
Decision to advance
(1) 1The basis for the decision on advancement is the performance in the advancement subjects. 2Pupils whose annual report has a grade of 6 in one advancement subject or a grade of 5 in two advancement subjects are excluded from advancement. 3A remark in an advancement subject according to § 39 Paragraph 6 is equivalent to a grade 6 with regard to advancement.
(2) In the case of pupils of the social science grammar school, advancement to grade 12 requires the successful completion of a social internship amounting to at least 15 working days.
(3) In the first two years of school attendance in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the case of pupils with a non-German mother tongue and in the case of foreign resettlement pupils, insufficient performance in German in grades 5 to 9 must not be taken into account when deciding on advancement.
(4) 1If pupils in grades 5 to 11 leave school later than two months before the end of lessons, the class conference will determine the grades. 2At the same time, it decides whether the pupils would have received permission to advance if they had stayed at the school; the determination is recorded in the minutes with the reasons. 3Pupils whose certificate of attendance at school (Section 42) does not contain a comment on permission to advance cannot be admitted to an entrance examination for the next higher grade in the following school year. 4If they re-enter the same grade, they are considered to be repeat students.
(1) 1Pupils in grades 5 to 9 who have not achieved the goal of the respective grade for the first time can advance on probation with the consent of their legal guardians if, based on the overall picture of all achievements, it can be expected that they will achieve the goal of the grade in the next school year . 2This only applies to students in grades 10 and 11 if they have not achieved the goal of the grade due to grade 6 in one or grade 5 in two advanced subjects, including no lower grade than 5 in core subjects; In the case of pupils in grade 11, it depends on whether they can be expected to achieve the goal of high school. 3The decision is made by the teachers' conference on the basis of a recommendation from the class conference.
(2) If a student is allowed to advance on a trial basis in accordance with Paragraph 1 or Art. 53 Paragraph 6 Clause 2 BayEUG, the following comment is made in the annual report: “The student receives preliminary permission to visit the grade ... "
(3) 1The trial period lasts until December 15th; In special cases it can be extended by the teachers' conference by a maximum of two months. 2The teachers' conference decides on the basis of a recommendation from the class conference whether the pupil has passed the probationary period or will be referred back based on the overall picture of all achievements. 3Rejected pupils are not considered to be repeat pupils; this does not apply in the case of paragraph 1.
(4) If admission to grade 12 on a trial basis is permitted, Section 6 (5) applies accordingly.
1Pupils in grades 10 and 11 who are excluded from advancement according to Section 30 Paragraph 1 Clause 2 can be granted grade compensation under the following conditions:
- You do not have a grade of 5 or 6 in a further advancement subject,
- they have grade 1 in one or grade 2 in two advanced subjects, whereby core subjects can only be compensated by core subjects, or have no lower grade than 3 in at least three core subjects,
- they were not only allowed to advance to the failed grade on the basis of a grade compensation and
- in grade 10 it can be expected that the goal of grade 11 will be achieved and in grade 11 it can be expected that the goal of grammar school will be achieved.
2 Section 31 (1) sentence 3 applies accordingly. 3If a pupil is granted grade compensation, a corresponding comment will be included in the annual report card.
(1) 1Pupils in grades 6 to 9 who did not achieve the goal of the grade due to insufficient grades in a maximum of three advanced subjects (including no less than one grade 6 or two grade 5 in core subjects) can advance if they take a re-examination have successfully undergone. 2This takes place in the last days of the summer vacation.
(2) Excluded from the re-examination are pupils with a grade of 6 in German and pupils who are attending the relevant year for the second time.
(3) 1Participation in the follow-up examination requires an application from the legal guardian, which must be submitted to the school no later than one week after the annual certificate has been issued. 2If the pupils change their place of residence, they can also take the re-examination at the new school.
(4) 1The pupils have to undergo the re-examination in the advancement subjects in which their performance was worse than "sufficient". 2In subjects in which schoolwork is compulsory, the examination is taken in written form; the tasks are about the size of a school task. 3In other subjects, the way in which the examination is carried out is left to the school. 4The exams are based on the material from the last year you attended.
(5) 1If the grades obtained in the re-examination together with the other grades are sufficient for advancement, the passing of the re-examination and advancement are determined. 2The better grades from the progress of the year or the re-examination are entered in a new annual report. 3The certificate contains a note stating which of the grades are based on the re-examination.
Skipping a grade
1Particularly capable pupils are allowed to skip a grade at the request of their legal guardians if it is to be expected that they will be able to meet the requirements according to their maturity and ability. 2The headmaster makes the decision based on a recommendation from the class conference. 3The students advance on probation. 4With regard to the probationary period, Section 6 applies accordingly; § 31 Paragraph 4 applies accordingly for advancing to grade 12 on a probationary basis. 5Skipping training sections in the qualification phase is not permitted.
Advance on leave to attend school abroad
(1) 1Pupils for whom a decision on advancement cannot be made because they were on leave to attend school abroad are permitted to advance to the next higher grade on request if a school abroad has been properly attended and on this and on the results achieved A confirmation from the school is presented. 2 Section 31 (3) and (4) apply accordingly.
(2) 1This does not apply to pupils who did not achieve the class goal in the school year preceding the leave of absence. 2Such pupils have to repeat the failed grade, unless they successfully undergo the re-examination according to the regulations of § 33 after their return. 3In this case, in deviation from Section 33, Paragraph 1, Clause 1, pupils who did not achieve the goal of the year in grade 10 or 11 can also take part in the re-examination.
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