Kirchberg and the area surrounding the Schloss-Schule boarding school

Kirchberg an der Jagst – the pearl of the Jagst Valley

Location of the Castle School

The Schloss-Schule Kirchberg is located in the heart of southern Germany, above the romantic Jagst Valley in one of the most beautiful regions of Baden-Württemberg on the "Windshöhe" of the small town of Kirchberg an der Jagst in rural Hohenlohe.

Within walking distance you are just under 10 minutes on the way to the core city of Kirchberg, where there is a lot to discover. The integration of our castle school into the town of Kirchberg is something that is very much appreciated by our students. In addition to the impressive scenery of the old town with the Kirchberg Castle and the Sandel Museum, the city of Kirchberg has a lot more to offer.

Unter anderem findet man dort verschiedene Restaurants und eine Pizzeria. Zudem gibt es in Kirchberg ein Kino, die „Klappe“, in dem unsere Schüler*innen immer wieder gerne vorbeischauen, sei es zum Essen und/oder auf einen Film.

Kirchberg offers a colorful, cultural life, such as in the revived castle, in the Sandel Museum or at the traditional festivals & markets.

The Jagsttal is unique for nature lovers who like hiking and cycling. One of the most beautiful sections of the Kocher-Jagst cycle path runs from Mistlau over the Ockenauer Steg to Kirchberg. In addition, there are wonderful hiking trails to explore.

Due to the lively club life in the tranquil village of Kirchberg, there are also many leisure activities available that are open to our students.

In addition to two commercial areas, Kirchberg has shopping facilities for daily needs and also very good health care through a large medical center.

Around Kirchberg and the castle school

Located directly on the A6, Kirchberg has excellent road connections and offers numerous opportunities to explore the "Hohenloher Land" in the immediate vicinity.

Be it in Crailsheim , 15 km away (where the nearest train station is) or in Schwäbisch Hall, 25 km away. Here, in addition to many sights, the inner cities invite you to shop and stroll. You can devote yourself to various activities, such as .B boating, bowling, golfing, swimming and much more.

A special attraction in Schwäbisch Hall is the Hohenlohe Experience Outdoor Museum, which is also very popular with our students and is regularly visited. On the extensive grounds of the open-air museum, with hundreds of animals, about 70 historic buildings from various villages in the Württemberg Franconia region have been moved. Equipped with faithful facilities, they invite you to explore. Farms, craftsmen's houses, workshops, barns, mills, chapel, schoolhouse, train station, prison - all of them and much more are waiting to be discovered.

The rural, tranquil Hohenloher Land with its beautiful nature invites you to jogging, cycling, fishing and exploring.