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Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn

Address: Königswinterer Str. 534, 53227 Bonn, Germany
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Description Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn

  • Established: 1880
  • Location: Bonn, Germany
  • Students age: from 17 years old
  • Number of students: 26,555 students
  • Language of instruction: German
  • Type of studying: public boarding school.

Ernst-Kalkul Private Gymnasium is one of the traditional and oldest secondary boarding schools in Bonn. In 1880, Ernst Kalkul (1849-1918) from Remscheid, having gained experience as a teacher in private schools in England and France, decided to open his own school for boys in Oberkassel near Bonn, then the “Institute of Kalkul”. In her speech on the occasion of the school's 125th anniversary on 27 September 2005, Bonn Mayor Berbel Dieckmann emphasized the importance of today's Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium for the city of Bonn. It also praised the special educational approach of the school, which, based on 125 years of experience, is able to set educational emphasis in the field of holistic pedagogy. With the creation of a special “day school and boarding class” (grades 5-9) in the school's long history since the 2005/06 academic year, completely new directions have been opened that take special account of today's social and educational needs of students.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
11-15
from 23 400 € / year

Erprobungsstufe - grades 5-6

In grades 5-6, children are introduced to the methods and possibilities of teaching at the gymnasium. In addition to acquiring specialized knowledge, they master teaching techniques. Personal development, communication in the classroom, the school community is an important area of educational work. In grades 5-6, children work weekly with the Lions Quest Growing up program.

Mittelstufe - grades 7-9

In grades 7-9, day school and boarding school students study together. The small number of students in each class provides effective support and personal care for young people. The boarding school teachers are members of a team of class teachers and subject teachers. The task of the boarding school educators includes constant contact with teachers and parents of students.

The daily Silentium is at the core of the 5th to 9th grade boarding school, providing professional support that goes beyond simple homework and is at the center of parenting interests.

A varied daily leisure, as well as sports activities (rowing in the club, sailing, tennis), are an indispensable addition to school studies.

Classes in grades 7-9 are focused on deepening technical and content-related knowledge, developing methodological skills, obtaining additional key qualifications in the field of personal / social competence. Systematic, science-oriented teaching combined with the expansion of methodological, social and personal skills are some of the key points in this final section of schooling that prepares students for Abitur exams, study and work.

Annual
15-18
from 23 400 € / year

Oberstufe - grades 10-12

The teaching concept for grades 10-12 is focused on providing academically quality support in all subject areas through complex and highly differentiated technical courses. In high school, subject teachers and boarding school teachers who teach the relevant subject discuss their discipline issues with students in special sessions and address important contextual issues.

Accommodation, housing and food

  • Boarding school students in grades 7-10 are accommodated in double rooms. On request and subject to availability, a single room can be booked at an additional cost.
  • Girls in grades 11 and 12 live in the Buschhaus, a cozy Art Nouveau building. Most of the inmates of the boarding school live in single rooms.
  • Pupils of the 12th grade boarding school live in their own home. Most of the rooms are single.
  • For stays at the boarding school in excess of the contractually agreed opening hours (for example, during Easter and autumn holidays), a fee of 60 € / night will be charged for meals and care.

Events Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn

Students in all grades can apply to participate in the day boarding program. In addition to full board (2 breakfasts, lunch, coffee break and optional dinner), the day boarding school offers a structured daily school life with intensive professional support and a variety of leisure activities.

Excursions and trips:

  • Choir and orchestral tours by region
  • Ski course
  • Exchange trip in France (grade 8/9)
  • One-week trips to Brussels, day excursion to the European Parliament (grade 9)
  • Reflection Days in Buchenwald / Weimar (Grade 9)
  • Exchange trip to England, 12 days homestay (grade 10).

Advantages

  • The Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn boarding school is a special living space on the way to adulthood. The international character fosters openness and tolerance in students.
  • Studying at Ernst-Kalkul Gymnasium prepares students for the entrance qualification exam for higher education.
  • A variety of cultural, sporting and social activities create an atmosphere in which students learn about themselves and gain self-confidence.
  • In addition to individual development, studying at the Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn encourages the independence, responsibility of students towards themselves, education and the community.

Equipment Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn

Ernst-Kalkuhl-Gymnasium Bonn is located in a park of 50,000 square meters. between the Rhine embankment in Bonn and the slopes of the Siebengebirg mountains in the historic Oberkassel district on the right bank of the Rhine river.

Historic school buildings and the surrounding parks give the school a unique character, summer discos, barbecues and parties are held in the gardens.

The boarding school is equipped with the latest digital equipment. In addition to smart boards, teachers and students use school iPads.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

  • One-time registration fee
  • The deposit amount.

Boarding fee includes:

  • Supplement for regular weekend stays (accommodation, meals, extra care)
  • The cost of a day boarding house
  • Deposit
  • One-time entrance fee.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Knowledge of German - level A1-B1.

For those whose language level is lower, a language school is available, a year / six months of preparation.

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