Language is the key to the world; it enables the young adults leaving FSAS to find their way around and communicate in an international context.

Bilingual teaching at the FSAS takes this into account. Through the international faculty, not only the language is taught here, but also the culture of the different countries. Not only the lessons themselves, but also the entire everyday life are characterized by the respective languages in which communication takes place.

Lessons are held in English and German. In the lower secondary level, the English- and German-language subjects are more or less balanced. In the upper secondary level, the number of English-language subjects is reduced somewhat due to the Central Abitur.