Vienna Campus Expands
A steady rise in the number of pupils at the Lauder Chabad Campus, which was designed in 1999 by architect A. Krischanitz for 300 students, has led to an acute shortage of space. On 1 July, the school began building an additional level to accommodate the growing needs.
As is customary in private schools with public law, the federal government, the county and private parties each shared one-third of the construction costs.
The project, which ensures adequate freedom of movement and the best possible educational support for students was implemented with the support of ICG Präseident Dr. Ariel Muzicant.
In addition, based on the Elementary school’s educational model, the Lauder Chabad now offers Oberstufenrealgymnasium, a holistic program that concludes with a final examination. Individual support in small classes increases the motivation of students.
Comprehensive general education is the goal of all learning content.
Modern, foreign language capabilities and computer skills facilitate student development along a successful path to the university and professional life.
The Jewish emphasis of the school allows the students an in-depth study of Jewish religion, culture and philosophy. The goal is the development of open-minded and self-confident young adults. Ideological anchoring is a solid foundation of future-oriented education. Learn more about the Lauder Chabad Campus in Vienna.