|Bunert One Room Schoolhouse Museum|
The Warren Historical & Genealogical Society, Macomb County, Michigan
|The Bunert School Museum In 2018, the Bunert School Museum is a
"Macomb County History Passport Destination". We invite you to participate in a scheduled open house to have your passport stamped.
March 18, 2018-Come make Easter decorations, 1-4pm
April 3, 2018-Macomb County Museum Day, 1-4pm
May 6, 2018-Come make a hat for Mother's Day, 1-4pm
October 21, 2018-There will be a scarecrow making contest & you can make some Christmas decorations too, 1-4pm
December 9, 2018-Annual Holiday Open House, bring a dish to pass or just stop in to visit, 1-3pm
Bunert School Museum is located at 27900 Bunert (S. of 12 Mile Rd.) on the Warren Woods Tower High School campus
There are group programs available by request. Please call 586-258-2056 and leave a message.
|The Bunert school building was named for August and Mine Bunert, who
sold land to Warren School District No. 4 in January 1875. The
school was built later that year on the north-east corner of the
intersection of Bunert and Martin roads. When classes ceased in
1944, it was the longest serving one room school in Warren.
In 1987 the board and batten building was donated to the Warren
Historical Society, and then moved to a location on the south side of Warren Tower High School.
|Bunert was the District No.4 School in this area that later became the Warren
Woods School District. The Warren Historical Society rescued the one room school house, moved it south approximately 1000
feet to its current location on the Warren Woods Tower High School property and commenced restoring the building to its
original design. These upgrades were completed in 1994 although the upkeep is ongoing. In July 2009 Holy Trinity Productions
filmed part of a made-in-Michigan movie "Leonie" the story of the older sister of St. Therese of Liseux at Bunert.
BUNERT SCHOOL IS LISTED ON THE NATIONAL REGISTRY OF HISTORIC PLACES
Bunert School was accepted on the
National Registry of Historic Places in 2014.
This recognition now gives Warren 2 National Historic Site
recognitions, the other being General Motors. We feel this is indeed an
honor and hope you share in our appreciation of this honor.
Check out the Michigan Historical Markers Web Site at
Or the National Register of Historic Places
Check out the article in the Macomb Daily