Each boarding house is run by a multi-professional team, which cares for your children out of personal conviction and with a lot of commitment.
For all students, we have a wide range of professionals here on site to meet every need. This ensures that everyone quickly receives the support they need.
Br. Busch supervises the senior high school students as group leader in the boys and girls boarding school. He is an avid musician and high ropes course and top rope trainer and always offers a variety of recreational activities such as archery, billiards or climbing. In addition, he organizes musical programs and events.
Following further training, he and Sr. Stoiber are also prevention officers for gender-based violence at the boarding school.
Sr. Gappel is an educator for the senior high school students in the boarding school. She originally studied English and Latin and is therefore often responsible for tutoring and preparing for exams at the Erdmuth Dorotheen House. Outside of her working hours at the boarding school, she teaches German as a foreign language at the Zinzendorf Schools. She also offers an English Club as an activity group and she is planning more activities in creativity and athletics for the coming years.
Sr. Khamart has been working as an educator at the Zinzendorf boarding school since September 2020. As a group leader, she supervises senior high school students. She offers cooking and baking activities as well as small outdoor programs.
Luciana Pérez Sánchez
Sr. Pérez Sánchez is in charge of waking up the boys in our boarding school. She stays for breakfast and takes care that they leave for school in time.
Sr. Šaj, educator at the boarding school since September 2022, completed her training in-house. She provides the boarding school with homemade cakes from her baking activity group. As a group leader, she supervises the younger boys in junior high school.
Br. Steinhauer supervises junior high school students as group leader in the boys and girls boarding school. The sports and economics teacher knows boarding school life from his own experience: he was able to pursue his passion for playing ice hockey at the Cologne Boarding School for Sports. His great wish is to pass on his enthusiasm for sports to the boys and girls.
Sr. Stoiber supervises junior high school students, including the graduating classes of the vocational school. She assists with daily learning and homework supervision in the learning campus, cooperating with subject teachers and creating study schedules. Together with Br. Busch, Sr. Stoiber completed further training as a prevention officer for (gender-based) violence and the development of protection concepts in the boarding school.