Pilgrim Church School of Mary
Our school is a state-recognized, Catholic girls' secondary school, which we run by the Sisters of Mary.
The school was founded in 1953 by the Provincialate of the Pilgrim Church Sisters of Mary, Ohio. Today around 600 students are taught there.
In the pluralism of the world views of our time, the Pilgrim Church School of Mary is an offer to pupils and their parents who are looking for a school with Christian educational goals. As a privately-owned, Catholic school, we value the basic religious orientation of our pedagogy. In accordance with the mandate of the founder of the Pilgrim Church Movement, Father Josef Kentenich, the pedagogical focus is on the formation of free, independent and decision-making Christian personalities who can develop their individuality.