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Abitur at the Gymnasium Dorfen: "One of the best years we have ever had"


Highlights: Tim Behrendt, Katja Härle, Teresa Kerscher and Judith Oefele graduated from the Gymnasium Dorfen with a dream grade of 1.0. Headmaster Markus Höß is not only satisfied with the four top students: "With an average of 2.07, this class is one of the best we have ever had" The four students plan to go on holiday, study and travel after their A-level exams are over in June and July.

They are the best (from left): Judith Oefele, Teresa Kerscher, Tim Behrendt and Katja Härle achieved a dream grade of 1.0 in their A-levels. Trips abroad for recreation Compliments for the Gymnasium © Huber

Top class at the Gymnasium Dorfen: Four times there was a grade of 1.0.

Dorfen – They are the best of the Abitur class of 2023: Tim Behrendt, Katja Härle, Teresa Kerscher and Judith Oefele graduated from Gymnasium Dorfen with a dream grade of 1.0.

However, headmaster Markus Höß is not only satisfied with the four top students: "With an average of 2.07, this class is one of the best we have ever had." While for Härle, Kerscher and Oefele, learning has come to an end for the time being, Behrendt continues for the time being. He has applied for the Max Weber Program and will take an exam at the end of June. Regardless of whether he is accepted and thus benefits from special events and financial support, his study goal is already clear: he wants to start medicine in October. Although he has the numerus clausus, which is between 1.0 and 1.2, in his pocket, now it only has to work with the desired place of study.

"I would prefer to go to the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich," says the young Buchbacher. But Heidelberg and Göttingen are also on his list. "Göttingen because I have relatives there," he explains. He wrote his high school diploma in Latin in addition to the two compulsory subjects math and German, and he passed his oral high school diploma in physics and geography. After the exam, he wants to relax, do a lot of sports and work in the garden.

It is already clear to Härle what will happen next for her: she would like to study to become a high school teacher in the subject combination of math and English. Her additional baccalaureate subjects were Italian, French and history. Now she is going on holiday with a friend, and she also has a few weeks of work and travel, i.e. a stay abroad that combines work and travel. In autumn, Härle will move from Taufkirchen to Regensburg.

Kerscher did not expect a zero after the decimal point. "After the written exams, I had a rather bad feeling," she says. She is now all the more satisfied with her grade. Kerscher completed her written Abi in Latin, and her two subjects in the colloquium were history and biology. "My plan is to go to Bolivia for half a year together with my friend Judith and volunteer in an orphanage there," says the Dorfener. After that, she will probably study. "I don't know what exactly," she says.

Oefele not only shares the Abitur subjects and social commitment with her friend, but also what comes to Bolivia "is written in the stars. But I could imagine organic." Even though school was "a lot of learning" for her, she was surprised by the zero after the decimal point, says Oefele, who lives in Oberdorfen.

"We are pleased that we have prepared the students well for their further professional careers," explains headmaster Höß. He confirms to his colleagues "a very good job". For four of the 100 students who took part in the baccalaureate exams, learning is not over yet. "After the holidays, they go to the oral exam, where they can improve," says upper school coordinator Silke Kröger, who supervised the class together with Bernhard Folger.

There are compliments from Behrendt and Oefele for the Gymnasium Dorfen. "I thought my school days here were very nice and I'm almost a little sad that it's over," says Behrendt. And Oefele was able to indulge in a passion in Dorfen that every teacher wants from his students: "I liked the fact that I was able to accumulate knowledge at school."

Anne Huber

Source: merkur

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