Schulgeschichte

Just yesterday, today was tomorrow

1912 All-boys school “Realschule Zuffenhausen” founded.
1919 First girls allowed.
1926 School consists of six Grades leading to “Mittlere Reife” qualification. School premises consist of the “Rosenschule”, the children's school and two sheds on the “Kelterplatz”.
1930 School moves to its own premises on the third and fourth floor of the new “Hohenstein” school building
1943 All classes evacuated to Aalen, Wasseralfingen, Esslingen, and Oberkochen.
October 1945 Classes resume at Zuffenhausen with roughly 200 students divided into six classes.
1954/55 754 students divided into 20 classes. Extreme lack of rooms.
Spring 1957 First graduation exams.
June 21, 1958 School becomes full-time establishment under the name of “Gymnasium Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen”.
February 15, 1960 Foundation block laid for the new school building in Haldenrainstraße.
February 15, 1962 Consecration of the new school building.
1971/72 School split resulting in the creation of “Echbach Gymnasium” in Stuttgart Freiberg.
June 21, 1983 25th anniversary of “Gymnasium Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen”. Local council of the state capital Stuttgart calls the school “Ferdinand-Porsche-Gymnasium Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen”.
1994 Lounge and cafeteria open. Three lunches a week delivered by the Porsche AG cafeteria have been served to students ever since thanks to their parents' voluntary work.
July 2008 The FPGZ joins the largest school network in Germany: school without racism – school with courage. Uwe Hück, company council member and deputy chairman of the Porsche AG board of directors champions this project.
Fall 2008 Start of construction work on the science building. The last class of the “G9” system graduates. The long-tenured principal Erhard Hönes retires.
2012 100th anniversary festivities spanning both school grounds and the Porsche subsidiary in Zuffenhausen.
2013 The new NwT-Building opens.
2014 Introduction of PorscheLab.
2015 The international class IFC's first school year. Our school social worker Chris Cuthbertson opens the student café.
2017 Remake of the upper school yard. Introduction of the school ambulance.
Service Documents
Would you like to enroll your child in Grade 5? The application form and other documents such as the holiday schedule or information regarding the Open School Day can be found here.
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Carmen Nasse

Headmaster

2017-03-13T11:54:16+00:00

Carmen Nasse

Headmaster

A good teacher is passionate for his or her subjects.