Wolbeck high school
|Wolbeck high school|
|type of school||high school|
Von-Holte-Strasse 56, 48167 Münster
|carrier||City of Munster|
|student||924 (school year 2018/19)|
|Teachers||78 (school year 2008/09)|
The Wolbeck high school is a municipal high school in the city of Münster . As part of the school center in the Wolbeck district , it is currently attended by a little under 1000 students. Measured by the number of students, the Wolbeck grammar school is the most visited grammar school in Münster after the Annette-von-Droste-Hülshoff grammar school.
On August 8, 1968, the school was opened under the name "Amts-Gymnasium Wolbeck". At that time the number of students was only 77, the number of teachers only five. However, the school was the only local school to experience a very large demand for school places. This development can be explained by the increasing structural use of the surrounding area at the time. Because of this great demand, the Wolbeck high school was forced to set up emergency accommodation, such as in nearby restaurants. Students at the time reported the prevailing "typical smell of cigarette smoke and stale beer". The building's exterior cladding, which corroded quickly after completion, earned the school the nickname “rust bower”. In 1973 the Hauptschule, Realschule and Gymnasium merged to form the Wolbeck School Center. This still exists today.
Due to the expansion of the transport connections, not only children and young people from Münster, but also from Sendenhorst , Albersloh , Everswinkel and Alverskirchen attend the school. Since then, the Wolbeck high school has recorded one of the largest numbers of school applications from Münster. In 2008 the school celebrated its 40th anniversary with a school festival.
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The school teaches the foreign languages English , Latin , French , Russian and Spanish as part of its language profile . The Wolbeck high school has a distinctive natural science and mathematical area and has been a member of the Association of Mathematical and Natural Science Excellence Centers at Schools e. V. ( MINT-EC ). In the " Jugend Forscht " student competition, the school is one of the most successful in Germany thanks to numerous victories.
Another focus is the concept of music classes. Students in grades 5 and 6 can learn to play a musical instrument in these . The music classes are conducted in cooperation with the Wolbeck Music School. If a student decides to take lessons in a music class, he will receive three hours of music lessons per week in the fifth and sixth grades .
Schoolchildren have the opportunity to get involved in working groups outside of the classroom. These cover a large part of subject areas such as sport, religion or language. For some time now, it has also been possible for elementary school students in the so-called Grundschulforscher-AG to take a simplified look at chemistry lessons at high school.
The Wolbeck high school has been a European school in North Rhine-Westphalia since 2018 . The school owes this title primarily to student exchanges with other European countries, the large number of foreign languages on offer and the bilingual teaching from the 5th to the 9th grade. Since the 2017/18 school year, pupils have also been able to acquire the CertiLingua label of excellence , which is intended to demonstrate their linguistic, European and intercultural skills.
The logo of the Wolbeck high school represents the roofs of the school and the sun in a stylized way.
- Carsten Cramer (* 1968), Director of Sales and Marketing at Borussia Dortmund
- Markus Happe (* 1972), former German soccer player (including FC Schalke 04 )
- Henning Rehbaum (* 1973), politician (CDU), member of the state parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia
- Henning Wehland (* 1971), singer in the German rock band H-Blockx
- Klaus Filbry (* 1967), CEO of SV Werder Bremen
- Thomas Röttgermann (* 1960), CEO of Fortuna Düsseldorf
- City of Münster: Schulamt: School statistics 2018/2019. (PDF) 2018, accessed on May 25, 2019 .
- statistics 2008 ( Memento of the original from July 7, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (PDF; 4.1 MB) of the city of Münster, p. 205.
- City of Münster: Urban development: Annual statistics 2017 (PDF) Retrieved on May 23, 2019 .
- Article about the high school with its successes at Jugend Forscht
- Wolbeck high school: school program. (PDF) 2018, accessed on May 25, 2019 .