Another building by the architect Richard Kampf, also in the Feldstrasse. Built 1906 -1908.The Wilhelm Raabe School (WRS) is a municipal high school in the Hanseatic and University City Lüneburg in Lower Saxony. The school was founded in 1830 as a private secondary school for girls, has been under municipal administration since 1875 and was converted from 1971-1972 by girls' high school to high school for boys and girls. The name of the school refers to the writer Wilhelm Raabe. The WRS, which is located south of the old town in the district of Rotes Feld, is visited by about 1,100 pupils and is between four and six years old.The current focus of the linguistic Gymnasium are foreign languages and the mathematical-scientific area, in addition special focuses such as the brass classes, early French lessons and various activities as a UNESCO project school in the areas of "people and the environment," "Understanding of the peoples" and "intercultural Learn". As a model school, the Wilhelm-Raabe-Schule has been active in climate protection and environmental protection since the early 1990s, for example by covering about one fifth of the need for electricity with self-built solar systems.
April 22, 2017
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