Lentz Building

The Lentz building, named after Luxembourg’s best internationally known composer Michel Lentz, opened its doors to students and teachers in 2009. Constructed for St George’s growing Secondary School, it is home to classrooms for large and small group learning, an ICT lab and Art/Design Technology classrooms.

Creating

Amongst the 13 classrooms in the Lentz building are two classrooms used for Art and Design Technology. An Art Exhibition showcasing the impressive work of the students takes place every summer.

 

Sharing

Classes taught in small groups offer more opportunities for interaction between teaching staff and students. This is ideal for English as an Additional Language and Modern Foreign Language subjects, as well as Curriculum Support.

 

Achieving

The Lentz ICT lab has 22 stations used mainly for ICT and Media Study teaching, with Web Premium CS5, Office 2013, Flash and Dreamweaver installed on all Secondary computers to accommodate the needs of the curriculum.


Gathering

Several outdoor spaces outside the Lentz building provide room for students to socialise and relax during breaks. In addition to open spaces and covered seating areas, it offers football tables and a football pitch that is always full of action.

                 

   

 

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