Friedrichsgymnasium Kassel

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The Friedrichsgymnasium is a Gymnasium in Kassel, Hesse, Germany. The course work is all inclusive with an emphasis on music and foreign languages.


The Friedrichsgymnasium was founded in 1779 as Lyceum Fridericianum by Landgrave Friedrich II. It is the oldest gymnasium in Kassel.

Foreign languages

The first foreign languages taught are Latin and English starting in 5th grade. In 9th grade French, Ancient Greek, Spanish, Hebrew,and Italian are offered.

Notable alumni

External links

  • Official website (German and English)

Coordinates: 51°18′36″N 9°29′18″E / 51.31°N 9.4883°E / 51.31; 9.4883

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