The Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium (abbreviation: HvGG; English: Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium) is a humanistic or classical Gymnasium in the borough Ostend of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Heinrich von Gagern (1799–1880). The school has approximately 1000 students. The Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium is one of only two schools in Frankfurt which teach Latin and ancient Greek. The other school which offers a traditional, humanist education in Frankfurt is the Lessing-Gymnasium, Frankfurt.

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  • Das Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium (kurz: HvGG) ist ein humanistisches oder altsprachliches Gymnasium mit neusprachlichem Zweig in Frankfurt am Main. Die Schule liegt in der Bernhard-Grzimek-Allee im Stadtteil Ostend, gegenüber der südlichen Westmauer des Frankfurter Zoos. An der Schule werden derzeit etwa 1000 Schüler von ca. 80 Lehrkräften unterrichtet. (de)
  • The Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium (abbreviation: HvGG; English: Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium) is a humanistic or classical Gymnasium in the borough Ostend of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Heinrich von Gagern (1799–1880). The school has approximately 1000 students. The Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium is one of only two schools in Frankfurt which teach Latin and ancient Greek. The other school which offers a traditional, humanist education in Frankfurt is the Lessing-Gymnasium, Frankfurt. Founded in 1880, the school enjoys a reputation for academic excellence in the greater Frankfurt area. Because of its reputation for academic rigour and as a drug and violence free environment, the Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium is known to draw a large proportion of its student body from the children of Frankfurt's highly educated and upper-class families. Latin is compulsory for all students from the fifth to the ninth grade. Ancient-Greek, French or Italian must be selected as a third foreign language from the eighth grade onwards. (en)
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  • The Heinrich-von-Gagern-Gymnasium (abbreviation: HvGG; English: Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium) is a humanistic or classical Gymnasium in the borough Ostend of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The eponym is Heinrich von Gagern (1799–1880). The school has approximately 1000 students. The Heinrich von Gagern Gymnasium is one of only two schools in Frankfurt which teach Latin and ancient Greek. The other school which offers a traditional, humanist education in Frankfurt is the Lessing-Gymnasium, Frankfurt. (en)
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