As a HIGHSEA scholar learning and researching at AWI for three years

For the last three years of your schooling you can prepare for your A-levels at the AWI. Out of school and into polar and marine research for two days a week. Together with scientists and teachers, you will prepare for your A-levels in the subjects of biology (advanced course) as well as chemistry, mathematics and English (basic courses).

In all other subjects, classes for you will take place during the other three days of the week in the upper secondary school of the Carl von Ossietzky School Centre.


HIGHSEA Coordination
Dr Susanne Gatti (AWI)
Kerstin von Engeln (school)

Sabine Paul


 (will follow)

Current Timetable

We create the timetable individually for each year from week to week. The current timetable can be found on the website of Sea Networks e. V.

Information for Download

The current admission procedure for the group HIGHSEA XVII is completed. Lessons for HIGHSEA XVII will start in Aug. 2018.

All the forms, information sheets and deadlines for the next admission procedure into the group HIGHSEA XVIII (lessons starting in Aug. 2019) will be published here in Jan. 2019. The documents for download (in bold) will then have a downloadabe PDF linked to it.

Information on the admission procedure to HIGHSEA XVIII

Application form for HIGHSEA and the upper secondary school in Bremerhaven and surroundings

The "Yellow Booklet" - Information about the Carl von Ossietzky School Centre

General information about secondary school in Bremerhaven and surroundings

Which subjects are offered in the upper secondary school in Bremerhaven?

Which profiles (combinations of subjects) are offered in Bremerhaven?