Kantonsschule Stadelhofen

Kantonsschule Stadelhofen (KST) in Zürich-Stadelhofen is an upper secondary school in the Canton of Zürich in Switzerland. KST is organized as a public high school that is teaching on the level of the maturity profiles altsprachlich (classical languages), neusprachlich (modern languages), musisch (fine arts), and mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlich (mathematical and natural sciences). The school in its present form was established in 1975, but its predecessing institution dates back to the former Töchterschule der Stadt Zürich which was established in 1874.[2]

Kantonsschule Stadelhofen
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lower entrance of the Stadelhofen college
Schanzengasse 17, CH-8001 Zürich

Coordinates47°22′3.4″N 8°32′57.3″E / 47.367611°N 8.549250°E / 47.367611; 8.549250
TypePublic coeducational
Established1874 as Höhere Töchterschule der Stadt Zürich
1975 as Kantonsschule Stadelhofen
Teaching staff120[1]
GradesLangzeit- and Kurzzeitmittelschule (7-12, 9-12)
Houses7 classes
WebsiteOfficial website (in German)

Villa HohenbühlEdit

Villa Hohenbühl

Villa Hohenbühl was built by the Swiss architect Alfred Bluntschli for Friedrich Wegmann-Schoch from 1887 to 1889. As Bluntschli served also as the architect for the construction of the Enge Church on the opposite Zürichsee lake shore, there ary many similarities in the construction. Surrounded by a beautiful park, the building now houses premises of the adjacent Stadelhofen college.


  1. ^ Anna Haebler Lietz; Bettina Quinn; Urs Schällibaum. "Jahresbericht 13/14" (PDF) (in German). Kantonsschule Stadelhofen. Retrieved 7 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Geschichte" (in German). Kantonsschule Stadelhofen. Retrieved 7 March 2016.

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