Wolfratshausen: The wolf ratshausens best high school graduates | Waldram plan

It is done: The baccalaureate exams are finally over. Our newspaper spoke with three of the best high school graduates from the high school of St. Matthias. W

Wolfratshausen: The wolf ratshausens best high school graduates | Waldram plan

It is done: The baccalaureate exams are finally over. Our newspaper spoke with three of the best high school graduates from the high school of St. Matthias.

Waldram – Due to the Corona pandemic, preparing for the baccalaureate exams this year was exceptional. For the Trio of Donja Sockara, Natalie Bauer, and Jacob Köglsperger she ran still more than satisfactory: Sockara graduated with an average of 1.5 as a valedictorian at the high school of St. Matthias. Also, Bauer (1,6) is happy about the dream note before the comma, Köglsperger graduated with a 2.2.

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As Sockara learned their notes on Friday, there was no stopping her: she stormed out of the Waldramer school, handle the Smartphone, and informed her mother about the dream result. "She was really proud of that," says the 20-Year-old from Penzberg. The good average grade to use Sockara to get a coveted place to study. "Philosophy or psychology would interest me particularly," she says, "I'm not sure yet."

Bauer and Köglsperger are in their planning of concrete: The 19-Year-old would like to start a training as a Media clerk, Köglsperger it pulls in the agriculture. "I come from a farm and would like to take on someday," he says. Also, due to these obligations, the Celebration of his grade average on the day of the announcement, fell into the water: "I still have to catch up with the hay."

all three ended with such a result that surprised the young adults. "I couldn't even estimate on what cut I'm going to land," recalls Bauer to the time immediately after the OJ trials.

"I could not at all estimate, on which I cut the land"

it was in the Corona of a crisis is not possible, to learn together, and the teaching was reduced to the bare minimum, caused additional uncertainty. "Especially in math, it was difficult to prepare. This is a subject that one learns more easily when it is explained to you,“ says the 1.6-graduate modest.

Köglsperger is happy about it, "you never take English lessons". His high-school preparation was somewhat less intense than one might suspect in the final result. "I was outside a lot and had made my hunting license," says the 20-Year-old from Deining.

More cities to see and learn languages

read The two young women spent more time at the Desk and learned for the exams. "I'm really glad we have testing phases, and the school tasks are now behind us," says Sockara. She has led during school time, a list, on the you traded goals to tick off after graduating from high school.

"I want to go back to read more, cities to see and maybe learn languages," she says. In addition, she is planning a special Graduation trip With a friend you want to hike up to Hamburg and a bit of a distance, from exam stress to win, before you are immersed in life in the students.

Also in Geretsried the three best high-school graduates are: Celine salmon things (18) , Julia Rodrian (17) and Diane Dempwolf (18) have a fantastic grade point average of 1.0. However, the Coronavirus has their original plans neatly crossed. What's next for the young people now?

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Updated Date: 28 June 2020, 12:33

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