Zinnen Building

Named after the composer of Luxembourg’s national anthem, the Zinnen Building is an incredible new facility for the students of St George’s. Under construction during the 2015-2016 academic year, its grand opening was a part of the 25th Anniversary celebration and it was ready to welcome students in September of 2016. It is a strong symbol of the School’s dedication to providing a purposeful, state-of-the-art educational environment.



The auditorium can accommodate an audience of approximately 320 people, or seating can be removed to allow for celebrations and standing-room events.


The new Secondary Library contains over 7,000 fiction and non-fiction titles, as well as 300 books in modern European languages and 400 DVDs. The library is a quiet yet welcoming space for students to read or work during their free time. Whilst in the Library students can borrow laptops/tablets to aid with their homework or revision.



With excellent acoustics, lighting and sound, the auditorium is a well-utilised space for musical and theatrical productions, student assemblies and school events.


Nine bright, roomy classrooms provide space for Primary and Secondary classes. A large study room for Sixth Form students also offers space and several computers for quiet study, exam revision and group work.


The third floor of the Zinnen Building is dedicated to music and the arts, with five practice rooms, a Secondary music and drama room, and an additional classroom for Primary Music.

The Secondary music facilities are equipped with keyboards and Mac computers to allow students to compose, edit, and mix their own pieces of music.
A recording studio lets talented music students produce professional quality recordings and experience the thrill of creating their own material.





St George’s International School, Luxembourg ASBL | 11, rue des Peupliers | L-2328 Luxembourg | Phone: +352 42 32 24
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