Current school projects:

Research ship ALDEBARAN

The ALDEBARAN is a research ship for marine and water research. It is suitable for shallow and coastal waters due to her draught of just under one metre and sails in an almost climate-neutral manner. Once a year the research area of the ALDEBARAN is Lake Constance for a few months. The ALDEBARAN offers school students the opportunity to explore habitats and organisms in Lake Constance on day expeditions, to carry out scientific investigations in the fields of biology and technology in a practical manner and to discuss topics such as: Microplastic contamination, sediment analysis, plankton and algae and to learn and do research on their own.

The project is supported by Deutschen Meeresstiftung

A detailed review of this year's digital project week can be found here.

Contact person
Gesa Meyer-Wiefhausen | Leitung Stabsabteilungen, Leitung Kommunikation, Fundraising, Stipendien

Gesa Meyer-Wiefhausen
Head of Communications, Fundraising & Scholarships

Tel:  +49 7553 919 371
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Britta Lebherz | Kommunikation, Fundraising, Stipendien, Geschäftsstellenleitung Friends of Salem

Britta Stocker
Communications, Fundraising
Office Friends of Salem

Tel:  +49 7553 919 306
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An activity garden for Salem

As a gift for the 100th anniversary of the school, the Salem students would like to have a common place for learning, games, sports and leisure.

This "activity garden" is planned on the former playground behind the new riding hall and will also be available for teaching purposes in the green classroom.

For the realization of the movement garden we need your help!
Support us and immortalize yourself on the new outdoor area by making a donation and engraving your name. You will find the different possibilities for donations and sponsoring in the project sketch.

Donate via the donation form or now also online:

Current student project:

A Steinway for Härlen

In this music project, students collect donations for a Steinway concert grand piano and the restoration of older instruments.

100 years of Salem, or in other words: 100 years of responsible education of young people who are supported in all their talents.

But how could the Salem students be given additional support?

A group of students thought about this. So the project "A Steinway for Härlen" was created at the beginning of this school year by a student initiative. The goal is to create new and better opportunities for students to develop musically through fundraising, in the spirit of "Plus est en vous".

In order to realize our dream, we need external support as a pure student project! Support us in our project and immortalize yourself with one of the instruments. You will find the different ways of donating and all sponsoring services in the project outline.

With our donation form you can support our project "A Steinway for Härlen" and donate conveniently online. You have the choice between several donation possibilities, from the donation of a free amount to the sponsoring of a restoration of an entire instrument:

 

Donation account

Kurt-Hahn-Stiftung
Commerzbank AG, Essen
IBAN:DE42 3608 0080 0404 0764 01
BIC: DRESDEFF360
 

Contact person student project

Yannick Martin
School Speaker, Salem Intern. College
Responsible person Steinway & Sons Project

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Our completed projects

Sports Field

After years of intensive planning and preparation and due to numerous donations and the support of "Friends of Salem Association" , the school is undertaking a thorough renovation of its outdoor facilities at Salem Castle.

 The new outdoor sports' facilities will include

  • a natural grass surface for field hockey and other ball sports 
  • a basketball court
  • a hockey field with artificial turf
  • various running tracks
  • a high-jump, a long-jump and other training areas.


All-School Sports Night

The Official Opening of the sports ground took place on the 14 of July. The students competed in mixed-year teams in hockey, soccer, beachvolleyball and basketball.

Good deeds throught art

In order to produce his unique night shots, the artist JanLeonardo wandered around Schule Schloss Salem in complete darkness between the 9th and 12th of February, armed only with a flashlight and a camera. The project titled Night Views will help support our school's scholarship program.

Nighttime Dancing through Historical Rooms

As it slowly became quieter throughout the school, the students having gone to bed and the lights been turned off, work was just beginning for the Bremen artist JanLeonardo and his assistant AnnaLeonarda. As soon as it was completely dark, the artist began to move through a room with his flashlight, following a distinct choreography in order to orchestrate the image piece by piece. Depending upon the size and richness of detail in a given room, it took him up to 15 minutes for a shot. To arrange a single photograph perfectly, it usually takes several hours, if not the entire night.

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Students Acted as Background Extras

Initiator of this art action was the alumnus and gallery owner Curtis Briggs, who set up the cooperative venture between the artist and Schule Schloss Salem. Creation of these very special photographs was made possible thanks to the students of the photography guild, the dedication of its leader, Christiane Hauser, collaboration with the custodian team, the management team boarding middle school Salem, and Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten. The unique images came about through the support of some students who acted as background extras. A limited edition of the artist's work was on exhibit on Whit Saturday, June 3, during the alumni gathering of the Altsalemer Vereinigung (ASV); also available for sale, the photographs provide a special way of remembering former school days. The proceeds from the sales will go to the scholarship fund of the school's Kurt Hahn Foundation.

Projects: Good Deeds Throught Art (Kreuzgang Schloss Salem)










 

Project: Doing good with art (Prayer room Schloss Salem)

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