Bönen

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Bönen
Windmill
Windmill
Coat of arms of Bönen
Coat of arms
Bönen   is located in Germany
Bönen
Bönen
Coordinates: 51°35′55″N 07°45′33″E / 51.59861°N 7.75917°E / 51.59861; 7.75917Coordinates: 51°35′55″N 07°45′33″E / 51.59861°N 7.75917°E / 51.59861; 7.75917
Country Germany
State North Rhine-Westphalia
Admin. region Arnsberg
District Unna
Government
 • Mayor Stephan Rotering
Area
 • Total 38.02 km2 (14.68 sq mi)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 18,059
 • Density 470/km2 (1,200/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 59199
Dialling codes 0 23 83
Vehicle registration UN
Website www.boenen.de

Bönen (German pronunciation: [ˈbøːnən]) is a municipality in the district of Unna, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is situated between Hamm in the north-east, Kamen in the west and Unna in the south. Bönen consists of the districts Altenbögge-Bönen, Bramey-Lenningsen, Flierich, Nordbögge, Osterbönen and Westerbönen.

Education[edit]

Bönen has two primary schools, Hellwegschule and Goetheschule, and three secondary schools, Pestalozzi-Hauptschule, Humboldt-Realschule and Marie-Curie-Gymnasium. The family friendly environment and good education offerings attract increasing numbers of young families to Bönen.

Pestalozzi-Hauptschule[edit]

The Pestalozzi-Hauptschule was founded in 1890 and received a quality certificate in 2009. The school has a partnership with Deutsche Bahn to inform children of job opportunities and support them in pursuing their careers.

Humboldt-Realschule[edit]

This school was has the longest history among the schools in Bönen, as it was founded in 1840. It has a broad offering of afternoon activities like sports and music.

Marie-Curie-Gymnasium[edit]

Marie-Curie-Gymnasium was founded in 1999 and started off with two teachers and 66 pupils. 2008 this first year celebrated its Abitur. It has an excellent reputation and even attracts pupils from the neighbour cities Unna and Hamm.

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