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Non-public schools in Poland

Types of non-public schools in Poland for Polish and international students



The number of non-public schools in Poland is constantly growing. The non-public school is an oasis for many families, where children can find a safe environment and support (also professionals such as speech therapists and psychologists), and where instead of stress, joy and high self-esteem appear.  continue reading...


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School  ( = Featured ) Grades Type Languages / Type
3 No Bell

Mirkowska 39 B, Konstancin-Jeziorna, 05-520
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 12 Montessori
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Polish
Montessori
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
3 International Montessori Academy Wrocław

ul. Wrocławska 25, Mokronos Górny, 55-080
Nursery (18 months) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum
Montessori
English, Polish
English National Curriculum
Montessori
3 Thames British School

Usypiskowa 5+ ul.Gładka 31+ ul.Wawelska 66/74+ Piaseczno, Warszawa, 02-386
Nursery (2,5 years) to Gr. 12 Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
English, Polish
Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
3 International American School of Warsaw

Dembego Stefana 18, Warszawa, 02-796
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
English, Polish
American Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
3 Excellence in Education

ul. Ruska 2, Wrocław, 50-079
Gr. 7 to Gr. 12 A levels
American Curriculum
College Board Advanced placement courses (AP)
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
German Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
English, French, German
A levels
American Curriculum
College Board Advanced placement courses (AP)
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
German Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
3 American School of Warsaw

Warszawska 202, Konstancin-Jeziorna, 05-520
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
Middle years programme
Primary years programme
PSAT Exams
SAT I Exams
English
American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
Middle years programme
Primary years programme
PSAT Exams
SAT I Exams
3 The British School Warsaw

ul. Limanowskiego 15, Warsaw, 02-943
Nursery (2,5 years) to Gr. 12 English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
English, French, German, Polish, Spanish
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
3 Monnet International School

6A Belwederska, Warszawa, 00-762
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 12 International Baccalaureate English, Polish
International Baccalaureate
2 International Bilingual Kindergartens and Nurseries KIDS&CO

51 Chłodna, Warszawa, 00-867
Nursery (12 months) to PS/Kindergarten English, Polish
2 Akademeia High School

2 Ledóchowskiej, Warszawa, 02-972
Gr. 9 to Gr. 12 A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
English
A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
2 Columbia International College

1003 Main Street West, Hamilton, L8S 4P3
Gr. 7 to Gr. 12 English
2 MyVinci School & Preschool

Czerska 14, Warszawa, 00-732
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 0 English National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
English, German, Polish, Spanish
English National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Trinity College School

55 Deblaquire Street North, Port Hope, L1A 4K7
Gr. 5 to Gr. 12 English
1 Zespół Edukacyjny im. Lotników Amerykańskich

Wóycickiego 1/3, bud. 18, Warszawa, 01-938
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 12 English, German, Polish, Spanish
1 Polish British Academy of Warsaw

Wiertnicza 75, Warszawa, 02-952
PS/Kindergarten (2,5 years) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum English, French, Polish, Spanish
English National Curriculum
1 IPS

Drukarska 52, Wrocław, 53-312
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
English, Polish
English National Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
1 Przedszkole For Fun

Domaniewska 37a, Warszawa, 02-672
Nursery (18 months) to Gr. 0 English, Polish
1 British International School of the University of Łódź

Fabryczna 4, Łódź, 90-325
Gr. 1 to Gr. 12 Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
English, Polish, Spanish
Diploma programme
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Polish-English Primary School Edison

Królewicza Jakuba 69, Warszawa, 02-956
Nursery (2,5 years) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
English, Polish
English National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 63

Wał Miedzeszyński 141, Warszawa, 04-987
PS/Kindergarten to Gr. 8 English, Polish
1 PRIMUS Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa nr 47 i Niepubliczne Liceum Ogólnokształcące

ul. Zoltana Balo 1, Warszawa, 02-793
Gr. 0 to Gr. 12 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Lycee Francais de Varsovie

Walecznych 4/6, Warszawa, 03-916
PS/Kindergarten (24 months) to Gr. 12 French National Curriculum French, Polish
French National Curriculum
1 Academy International

Karolkowa 49, Warszawa, 01-203
Gr. 1 to Gr. 8 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 British Primary School of Wilanow

Hlonda 12, Warszawa, 02-972
Nursery (3 years) to Gr. 9 English National Curriculum English, Polish
English National Curriculum
1 International School of Krakow (ISK)

Lusina ul. sw. Floriana 57, Kraków, 30-698
PS/Kindergarten (3 years) to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
Canadian Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Reggio Emilia
French, German, Polish, Spanish
American Curriculum
Canadian Curriculum
International Baccalaureate
Reggio Emilia
1 International Trilingual School of Warsaw

ul. Alfreda Nobla 16, Warszawa, 03-930
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 8 American Curriculum
English National Curriculum
French National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Polish, Spanish
American Curriculum
English National Curriculum
French National Curriculum
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Pro Futuro

Przyszłości 4, Blizne Łaszczyńskiego, 05-082
Gr. 1 to Gr. 12 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 The International School

Jagielska 2, Warszawa, 02-886
PS/Kindergarten (6 years) to Gr. 8 Canadian Curriculum English, Polish
Canadian Curriculum
1 Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Pruszków

ul. Gałczyńskiego 31, Pruszków, 05-800
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 0 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Liceum Ogólnokształcące Dialogu Kultur Etz Chaim

ul. Żelazna 57, Wrocław, 53-429
Gr. 9 to Gr. 12 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, German, Polish, Spanish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 St. Stephen's School, Rome

Via Aventina 3, Rome, 00153
Gr. 9 to Gr. 12 American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
English
American Curriculum
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
1 International School of EKOLA

ul. Ojca Beyzyma 17, Wrocław, 53-204
Gr. 11 to Gr. 12 Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
English, Polish
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
1 Szkoła Otwarta

ul.Marokańska 1W, Warszawa, 03-977
Gr. 1 to Gr. 8 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
1 Szkoła podstawowa nr 1 STO Białystok

ul. Mieszka I 5, Białystok, 15-054
Gr. 0 to Gr. 8 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Wrocław Cosmopolitan School

Fabryczna 14A, Wrocław, 53-609
Nursery (3 years) to Gr. 12 A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
English
A levels
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Reggio Emilia
1 Niagara Christian Collegiate

2619 Niagara Pkwy, Fort Erie, L2A 5M4
Gr. 6 to Gr. 12 English
1 Robert Land Academy

6727 S Chippawa Road, Wellandport, L0R 2J0
Gr. 5 to Gr. 12 English
1 Szkoły Benedykta

ul.Krasickiego 16, Sulejówek, 05-070
Polish
1 Canadian School of Warsaw

7 Bełska Street, Warszawa, 02-638
PS/Kindergarten (2,5 years) to Gr. 8 International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
English, French, Polish
International Baccalaureate
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
Primary years programme
1 Przedszkole Niepubliczne Chatka Małolatka

ul. Królewicza Jakuba 28, Warszawa, 02-956
PS/Kindergarten to Gr. 0 Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN) English, Polish
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Zespół Szkół Społecznych SPLOT im. Jana Karskiego

Limanowskiego 7, Nowy Sącz, 33-300
Gr. 1 to Gr. 12 English, French, German, Polish, Spanish
1 English Montessori School Katowice

ul. J Gallusa 10, Katowice, 40-594
PS/Kindergarten (2,5 years) to Gr. 8 Montessori English, Polish
Montessori
1 FSA School

ul. Metalowcow 27, Wrocław, 54-156
Nursery (12 months) to Gr. 8 English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
English, Polish
English National Curriculum
GCSE / iGCSE
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
1 Rothesay Netherwood School

40 College Hill Road, Rothesay, E2E 5H1
Gr. 6 to Gr. 12 Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
English
Diploma programme
International Baccalaureate
1 Warsaw Montessori School/Casa dei Bambini

ul. Szwoleżerów 4, Warszawa, 00-464
Nursery (18 months) to Gr. 12 Montessori
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
English, Polish
Montessori
Polish Curriculum (Ministry of National Eduction, MEN)
0 Przedszkole Lauder-Morasha
ul. Wawelberga 10, Warszawa, 01-188
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Promyk Szkoła jak Dom im. I. J. Paderewskiego
Teofila Starzyńskiego 3,, Szczecin, 70-506
0 Waldorfska Szkoła Podstawowa im. Cypriana Kamila Norwida
ul. Pocztowa 22, Bielsko-Biała, 43-309
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 41
Świętojerska 24, Warszawa, 00-202
0 Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Warszawa Ursus
ul. Rakietników 6, Warszawa, 02-495
0 XXXIII Liceum Ogólnokształcące Dwujęzyczneim. Mikołaja Kopernika w Warszawie
Józefa Bema 76, Warszawa, 01-225
0 Pitagoras Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa
Wiśniowa 26, Nadarzyn, 05-830
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 20 im. Jana Gutenberga Fundacji Szkolnej
Obrzeżna 12a, Warszawa, 02-691
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa Specjalna Dobry Start
Panieńska 46/u1, Szczecin, 70-535
0 Inspiracja
Mehoffera 90, Warszawa, 03-118
0 Bednarska Szkoła Realna Zespół Szkół Bednarska
Kawalerii 5, Warszawa, 00-468
0 Zespół Szkół Sióstr imienia Jezus
Smoleńskiego 31, Warszawa, 01-698
0 Polonijne Liceum Ogólnokształcące Niepubliczne KLASYK
Matuszewska 20, Warszawa, 03-876
0 Parasol
Hawajska 14 A, Warszawa, 02-776
0 Prywatna Lingwistyczna Szkoła Podstawowa
Michałowskiego 4, Częstochowa, 42-200
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Paderewski w Lublinie
Symfoniczna 3a, Lublin, 20-853
0 The British International School of Wrocław
Al Akacjowa 10-12, Wrocław, 53-134
0 Akademicka Szkoła Podstawowa Magellanum
Aleja Legionów 13 a, Gdańsk – Wrzeszcz, 80-444
0 Międzynarodowa Szkoła Podstawowa w Zabrzu
6 plac Warszawski (Pientro II), Zabrze, 41-800
0 Jaskółka - Autorska Szkoła Podstawowa
ul. Robotnicza 36-38, Wrocław, 53-608
0 International British School Vocandus
Woronicza 16, Lodz, 91-030
0 Vancouver schools
Globusowa 38, Warszawa, 02-472
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa z Przedszkolem Nasza Szkoła
Ciołkowskiego 10, Gdańsk, 80-463
0 International European School Warsaw
Wiertnicza 140, Warszawa, 02-952
0 Akademia Soward
KRASIŃSKIEGO 14/24, Częstochowa, 42-200
0 Nasza Szkoła
K. I. Gałczyńskiego 17, Koszalin, 75-429
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Chocimska
Chocimska 5, Warszawa, 00-791
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Montessori w Rzeszowie
Konfederatów Barskich 40 B, Rzeszów, 35-321
0 Szkoła Przyszłości
Białołęcka 186 D, Warszawa, 03-253
0 Bachmacka
Bachmacka 3, Warszawa, 02-647
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 24 STO
Powstańców Śląskich 67a, Warszawa, 01-355
0 Anglojęzyczna Szkoła Podstawowa „Europejczyk”
Rejtana 3, Bielsko-Biała, 43-300
0 Społeczna Szkoła Nr 10
ul. Ostrobramska 72, Warszawa, 04-175
0 Szkoły św. Tomasza z Akwinu
Piotra Skargi 13, Józefów, 05-420
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 114
ks. Jana Sztuki 13, Warszawa, 04-320
0 Stowarzyszenie Edukacyjne
Kazimierza Wielkiego 65b, Gorzów Wlkp., 66-400
0 Szkoła Aktywności Twórczej
Krzywa 10, Zielonka, 05-220
0 Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Piastów
ul. Warszawska 43, Piastów, 05-820
0 British International School, Gdansk
Tysiąclecia 29, Gdańsk, 80-366
0 Liceum Kreacji Gier Wideo
Generała Zajączka 7, Warszawa, 01-518
0 Liceum Ogólnokształcące Niepubliczne Nr 76
Rogatkowa 50, Warszawa, 04-773
0 Super Szkoły Fundacji Pomocy Ludziom Niepełnosprawnym
Bronowska 18, Warszawa, 03-995
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 69 im. Zofii i Jędrzeja Moraczewskich
Armii Krajowej 121, Warszawa, 05-075
0 Katolicka Szkoła Podstawowa Fundacji Na Rzecz Rodziny
Przy Bażantarni 3, Warszawa, 02-793
0 Wielicka Szkoła Montessori
Kościuszki 36a, Wieliczka, 32-020
0 I Społeczne Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Maharadży Jam Saheba Digvijay Sinhji Zespół Szkół Bednarska
Zawiszy 13, Warszawa, 01-167
0 Branksome Hall
10 Elm Ave, Toronto, M4W 1N4
0 International High School of Wrocław
Racławicka 101, Wrocław, 53-149
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Samuela Bogumiła Lindego
Jana Rosoła 10, Warszawa, 02-786
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa ”MIESZKO”
Świerzawska 18, Poznań, 60-320
0 Gdańska Szkoła Podstawowa
Malczewskiego 51, Gdańsk,, 80-107
0 Szkoły Fundacji "Nauka i Wiedza"
Stryjeńskich 21, Warszawa, 02-791
0 Centrum Edukacyjne PROMAR
Bohaterów 12, Rzeszów, 35-112
0 Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Białołęka
ul. Brzozowy Zagajnik 7, Warszawa, 03-082
0 Zespół Szkół Ogólnokształcących Nr 1
Polinezyjska 10 A, Warszawa, 02-777
0 Logos Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa
ul. Celna 9, Kraków, 30-507
0 Korczakowska Szkoła Marzeń
Urbanistów 3, Warszawa, 02-397
0 Zespół Szkół Prywatnych. Complex of Silesian International Schools
Wincentego Witosa 18, Katowice, 40-832
0 Katolicka Szkoła Podstawowa im. Św. Wojciecha
ul. Nowodworska 17, Bydgoszcz, 85-120
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 108 im. Matki Boskiej Nieustającej Pomocy
Krynoliny 9/11, Warszawa, 03-699
0 Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia- Bielany
ul. Bajana 35, Bielany, Warszawa, 01-904
0 Przedszkole UKSW
Kazimierza Wóycickiego 1/3 bud. 5a, Warszawa, 01-938
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 3 Przymierza Rodzin
Nocznickiego 7, Warszawa, 01-948
0 Upper Canada College
220 Lonsdale Road, Toronto, M4V 2X8
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Alberta Einsteina
Jacyny Onyszkiewicza 17, Lublin, 20-783
0 SZKOŁA W KONTAKCIE
Gibalskiego 11, Warszawa, 01-190
0 Prywatne Liceum Ogólnokształcące w Szczecinie
Mieszka I 61C, Szczecin, 71-011
0 Bednarska Szkoła Podstawowa Zespół Szkół Bednarska
Kawalerii 5, Warszawa, 00-468
0 Szkoła Dać Szansę
Głogowa 2B, Warszawa, 02-639
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 2 Przymierza Rodzin im. ks. Jana Twardowskiego
Racławicka 14, Warszawa, 02-601
0 International Primary School of the Innovative Education
83/85 Pomorska Street, Lodz, 90-225
0 Korczak Szkoła Montessori
Kowelska 1 , Warszawa, 03-432
0 Little Academy Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole
Łąkowa 38, Konstancin Jeziorna, 05-520
0 Niepubliczna Anglojęzyczna Szkoła Podstawowa Oxford
Krakowska 30, Bielsko-Biała, 43-300
0 Modern Academy
Skłodowskiej - Curie 67, Toruń, 87-100
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Marii Montessori
Trasa Północna 15, Zielona Góra, 65-119
0 Katolicka Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa im.Świętej Rodziny
ul. Budziszyńska 2, Szczecin, 70-023
0 Międzynarodowe Szkoły Sokrates
Dąbrowskiego 8, Bydgoszcz, 85-158
0 Społeczne Liceum Ogólnokształcące 21 im. Jerzego Grotowskiego
Jana Pawła II 36c, Warszawa, 00-141
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa SMYK
Powstańców Śląskich 3, Bielsko-Biała, 43-300
0 Liceum LifeSkills
Hoża 88, Warszawa, 00-682
0 SVS SZCZECIŃSKA SZKOŁA VITRUVIAŃSKA
al. Wojska Polskiego 164, Szczecin, 71-335
0 Pickering College
16945 Bayview Ave, Newmarket, ON, L3Y 4X2
0 Szczecin Academy of International Learning
Jna Styki 13, Szczecin, 71-138
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Liber
Żeromskiego 26, Gdynia, 81-346
0 Rubik Music School - Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole Muzyczne
Domaniewska 41, Warszawa, 02-672
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowaim. Marszałka Józefa Piłsudskiego
Dygasińskiego 5b, Kraków, 30-820
0 Sokrates
Krótka 44, Częstochowa, 42-200
0 Niepubliczne Liceum Ogólnokształcące Nr 81 SGH
Niepodległości 162, Warszawa, 02-554
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 83
Lachmana 2, Warszawa, 02-786
0 Liceum Ogólnokształcące Przymierza Rodzin im. Jana Pawła II
Grzegorzewskiej 10, Warszawa, 02-778
0 Villa Montessori
Rycerska 8, Poznań, 60-346
0 Społeczna Szkoła Podstawowa Nr 5 im. Zawiszy Czarnego
Paryska 25, Warszawa, 03-945
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa „Piątka”
Piłsudskiego 54a, Olsztyn, 10-450
0 Gdańska Szkoła Podstawowa „Lingwista” im. Zjednoczonej Europy
Św. Barbary 1, Gdańsk, 80-753
0 WIS - Wrocław International School
Racławicka 101, Wrocław, 53-149
0 Szkoła Podstawowa im. Piotra Michałowskiego w Krakowie
ul. Piotra Michałowskiego 10, Kraków, 31-126
0 Dwujęzyczna Szkoła Podstawowa
ul.Bolesława Chrobrego 151, Toruń, 87-100
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowawraz z Gimnazjum
Radosna 17, Legnica, 59-220
0 Kolumbus
Traugutta 14, Błonie, 05-870
0 Szkoły MGM
Jagiellońska 88, Warszawa, 00-992
0 SPWR Szkoła Podstawowa Wspierania Rozwoju
Toruńska 23, Warszawa, 03-226
0 Dwujęzyczne Przedszkole Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Warszawa Mokotów
ul. Postępu 17 B, Warszawa, 02-676
0 Wonderful Years School
Alzacka 16 a, Warszawa, 03-972
0 Yes School
Ulica Władysława Broniewskiego 14A, Szczecin, 71-899
0 Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa Belward
ul. Niedziałkowskiego 18, Poznań, 61-578
0 Szkoły Prywatne Leonarda Piwoni
ul. Ks. Piotra Skargi 23, Szczecin, 70-487
0 Cuda na kiju - Leśne przedszkole językowe
Świebodzińska 3, Warszawa, 04-719
0 CREATIO Językowa Szkoła Podstawowa
Akacjowa 148, Czosnów, 05-152
0 Okońska Szkoły im. Marzenny Okońskiej
Solidarności 101 D, Warszawa, 00-144
0 Mała Szkoła
Apartamentowa 6 A, Warszawa, 02-495
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa Sokrates
Zakopiańska 37a,, Gdańsk, 80-142
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Paderewski w Lublinie
Symfoniczna 3a, Lublin, 20-853
0 The Japanese School in Warsaw
Szwoleżerow 8, Warszawa, 00-464
0 Niepubliczna Integracyjna Szkoła Podstawowa im. Achillesa Ratti
Księcia Ziemowita 39, Warszawa, 03-788
0 Pomarańczowa Ciuchcia Przedszkola
Rondo ONZ 1, Warszawa, 00-124
0 Heliantus Szkoła Podstawowa
Bażancia 16, Warszawa, 02-892
0 Montessori Mountain Schools
Koszarawa 675, Koszarawa, 34-332
0 Ala ma kota
ul. Żołny 63a, Warszawa, WARSZAWA, POLSKA
0 Niepubliczna Szkoła Podstawowa i Gimnazjum 'Otwarte Drzwi'
Aleja Niepodległości 36, Poznań, 61-714
0 Szkoła jak Dom - Prywatna Szkoła Podstawowa
Wincentego Witosa 23, Katowice, 40-832
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Lokomotywa
Jana z Kolna 35, Sopot, 81-859
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Although high-quality education is the aim, more than grades and academic achievement are emphasized. Equal attention is given to the development of the whole child. Here is one of many similar statements given by the parent of a private school student, responding to the Our Kids survey on why parents choose non-public schools: "Non-public school is primarily a community of teachers, students, and parents, which not only teaches, but also shapes and develops young, open-minded people. It respects everyone, is open to discussions and ideas, supports and motivates."

Non-public schools in Poland operate at all levels of education—there are non-public preschools, primary schools, and secondary schools. Some of these are international schools that offer education in English which are aimed at both foreign and Polish students.

Non-public education in Poland is now a popular option for many families. There are excellent non-public schools not only in larger Polish cities such as Warsaw, Kraków, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Poznań, Łódź, Lublin, Bydgoszcz, and Rzeszów, but also in many small towns.

Increase in popularity of non-public education in Poland

In the Our Kids report, "The state of non-public education in Poland - 2019" (our second annual report on the state of non-public education in Poland, showing the characteristics of non-public schools and the reasons for choosing these schools by parents), we show the dynamic growth of the non-public education sector in Poland in recent years.

The number of non-public educational institutions increased by 17.15% from 2014 to 2018. In the same period, the number of students attending them increased by 29.73%.

When it comes to public education, the difference between the number of public institutions in 2014 and 2018 was 0.39%, and between the number of children and young people attending them -0.51% (i.e., it decreased by 0.51%).

It’s also worth emphasizing the increase in the percentage of non-public institutions among all educational institutions. In 2014, it was 17.8%, while in 2018 it was 20.17%, which is an increase of 13.32%.

Private schools vs. “social” schools

There are two main types of non-public schools: private schools and social schools. Although often treated as one group for statistical purposes, they’re very different.

"Social school" is not a statutory term (the Education Act does not define or use this term). However, it’s commonly used to denote a school run by a community organization, most often an association, that has no commercial purpose.

In the early days when non-public schools first appeared in Poland, those schools were most often established by the Social Educational Society (Społeczne Towarzystwo Oświatowe - STO), and many of these schools had and still have the adjective "social" in their names. Some of the most famous social schools in Warsaw were established prior to the 1991 Education Act, which introduced definitions of public and non-public schools.

The main difference between these two types of non-public schools is the founding body: in the case of private schools, they are usually natural or legal persons (companies), and in the case of social schools - associations, foundations, social organizations, or religious associations, usually operating as non-profit institutions.

Consequently, in private schools that function as private companies, the profit does not have to (although it can) be reinvested in the school, and the decision is left to the owner, while in social schools the profit is spent entirely on the school’s statutory purposes.

The social school is indirectly managed by the parents themselves and decisions are most often made by the parents, such as, for example, deciding on tuition fees for a given school year at the general meeting.

Types of non-public schools

There are many types of non-public schools in Poland - both private and social. Some of them are listed below.

International schools:

There are private international schools in Poland that are largely aimed at foreign students, but most of them also accept Polish students. The main language of instruction in these schools is English.

Language schools:

Many non-public schools in Poland offer various language programs. While English remains the language of instruction in most international schools, some schools also offer programs or courses in other languages, such as French, Italian, Spanish, or German. Some schools have bilingual programs, where some classes are in English and some in Polish.

IB schools:

The IB (International Baccalaureate) program is becoming increasingly popular and thus is offered by more and more schools. It functions at three levels. The two-year International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme begins after the first year of secondary school. IB is implemented entirely in English, French, or Spanish. It’s a particularly popular option for international students, but more and more Polish parents are sending their children to schools offering this program. The IB Diploma is highly valued in the world.

Boarding schools:

Some private schools in Poland are boarding schools offering accommodation and meals. Some schools offer accommodation in private homes (homestay) or help students find other forms of accommodation.

In addition to those schools mentioned above, there are many other types of non-public schools in Poland, such as Catholic schools or alternative educational institutions, like Waldorf or Montessori schools and preschools.

The education system in Poland

Recently, the education system reform has been carried out in Poland resulting in the following structure:

Kindergarten - Year Zero (zerówka) - a preparatory year at the age of 6, which children can attend at their preschool or a primary school

Primary school: starts at the age of 6/7 and lasts for 8 years. Primary school education is divided into two cycles. In the first, three-year cycle, one teacher teaches all subjects, often in an integrated manner. The second cycle is more subject-based and the teaching is done by subject teachers

Secondary school (liceum ogólnokształcące - LO): the four-year general secondary school aims to prepare students to continue their education at a university or college

Technical secondary school: this five-year school aims at preparing students for work or higher technical education

Level 1 vocational school: three years

Level 2 vocational school: two years, recruitment started in 2020.

Until June 2019, there were also junior high schools (or junior high school classes in primary schools).

Benefits of non-public schools in Poland

Private secondary schools have many advantages (see also why it is worth choosing a private school):

• High level of education: Non-public schools offer very good learning conditions, teaching in accordance with proven and demanding curricula. These institutions, apart from educating children in basic subjects, such as mathematics, computer science, physics, biology, geography, art, ethics, and more, use very advanced methods of teaching foreign languages ​​and educate students in the so-called soft skills, including communication, argumentation, teamwork skills, as well as developing the kids’ academic, artistic, and sports interests. Many schools also offer individualized programs for gifted students or students with disabilities and disorders.

• Experienced and qualified teachers: Polish educational institutions are known for their high-quality teachers. In accordance with the requirements of the education authorities, teachers must have completed higher education and undergone preparation in three areas: content-related, teaching methodology, and psychological/pedagogical. They’re also required to complete regular professional development programs. In non-public schools, especially in high schools, there are teachers with the highest qualifications, who are highly involved in their work. This has a significant impact on the quality and effects of teaching—children reach their full potential faster and gaina love for learning.

• International education: Many private schools focus on developing students' language skills. Most of them follow the core curriculum set by the Polish education authorities, but also offer internationally recognized programs such as International Baccalaureate (IB), enabling the students to pursue further education in almost every corner of the world. An additional advantage is the fact that these schools are attended by students from various countries, which creates a perfect environment for the development of language and communication skills.

• Individualized education: private schools in Poland place particular emphasis on individualized learning. This is one of the main advantages of this type of school—a small number of students in class and more time the child spends at school allows teachers to individually approach the student and adapt teaching methods to the needs and skills of each student.

• Special educational needs: some non-public schools also specialize in special education, offering education for students with special educational needs, such as those with Asperger's, autism, or ADHD. Sometimes they also offer boarding. Non-public schools also create special or integrated classes for full-time or part-time special education. Such students are taught by teachers specializing in special education.

• High-quality equipment: a feature of non-public schools is the excellent equipment of classrooms with teaching aids and other educational equipment. Interactive boards, computers, as well as a WiFi allow the use of the latest information and communication techniques (ICT) in lessons. The schools also have well-equipped classrooms for language, art, music, and sports classes, as well as equipment that allows them to develop a wide range of non-academic interests.

• Small classes: non-public schools have classes with a low teacher-student ratio, unlike public schools, which allows them to create better learning conditions for students and, as a result, achieve better educational results. Small class sizes allow the teacher to devote more attention to each student and adapt teaching methods to their abilities. Such classes create better learning conditions and a closer relationship between the teacher and the student. They also lead to greater interaction between students.

• Parental involvement: Non-public schools, especially social schools, work closely with students' parents. For many of them, the priority is the involvement of parents in the school life or in raising funds for the school, as well as activities aimed at integrating the local community, or, e.g., the religious community. Such activities strengthen students' motivation to learn, as well as a sense of responsibility for the school and the entire school environment, and the willingness to work for it. They are a strong motivator.

• Integrated community: Non-public schools create a strong, mutually supportive school environment. They galvanize students, parents, teachers, and administrators around the common goal of educating children and youth. A strong support system also includes individual curricula, psychological and pedagogical support, academic or professional counseling, as well as motivating everybody to participate in school life and social events and to undertake charitable and pro-ecological initiatives.

What to consider when choosing a school?

There are several factors to consider when choosing the right school:

• School cost: Fees vary according to the type and level of school. The tuition fees are usually supplemented by fees for extracurricular activities, textbooks, and school uniforms. International schools or boarding schools are more expensive than regular private schools. Usually social schools are less expensive than private ones. For a foreign student, studying at a Polish school can be a relatively inexpensive option, compared to the financial burden it poses for a Polish student.

• Location: You need to find the right city/town considering its size, culture, demographics, community, and cost of living.

• School reputation: It’s important to look closely at the school—by reading reviews, as well as by visiting the school and having conversations with the school management, teaching faculty, and administrators. Many schools organize Open Days (or Open Door Days). You can also check if the school is accredited by recognized educational institutions. A lot of information can be found on our Our Kids platform.

• Cost of living: The cost of living in Poland is lower than in many western European and North American countries. Relatively low food and housing prices are one of the main reasons why many people choose to live or study in Poland.

• Living in Poland: Living and studying at a school in Poland will certainly be a deep and meaningful experience for a student from another country who will come into contact with a new country, culture, and people. Studying in a Polish school will result in gaining new knowledge and will provide an opportunity to learn Polish. It’s all part of the adventure and joy of attending a foreign school.

In conclusion, if you want to find a school that’s right for your child, it should be able to meet their educational, social, and emotional needs. It should offer good programs for students with special educational needs (e.g., children with learning disabilities) if such support is needed for your child. Other factors to consider when making a choice are the size of the school, its teaching philosophy, approach to curriculum, extracurricular activities, and student community. We encourage you to read the latest annual Our Kids report on the state of non-public education in Poland "The state of non-public education in Poland - 2019" (in Polish).

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