Which International Schools do you recommend?

We suggest the following International schools:-

We suggest the following  International schools:-

Open Future International School

OFFERS: Kindergarden – Primary – Middle – High School
LOCATION – Ruczaj/Kliny
SUMMARY (from schools website)

Open Future International School is a candidate school for the Primary Years Programme. This school is pursuing authorisation as an IB World School. These are schools that share a common philosophy – a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Open Future International School believes is important for our students. Only schools authorised by the IB Organisation can offer any of its three academic programmes: the Primary Years Programme (PYP), the Middle Years Programme (MYP), or the Diploma Programme (and in addition the IB Career-related Certificate). Candidate status gives no guarantee that authorisation will be granted.

Embassy International School

OFFERS: Early Years – Primary – Secondary – Summer School
LOCATION – City Centre
SUMMARY (from schools website)
The Embassy International School offers an educational experience for the international and local community of all ages, from 3 to 19, from Nursery (Kindergarten) to end of school exams (internationally renowned A levels, eventually IB Diploma programme). Our teaching philosophy, based on the principles of Multiple Intelligences (Howard Gardner 1983),  facilitates and inspires learning for all children and young people. Within this framework all children learn to believe in themselves and their potential; we show them how to love learning, how to seek to challenge themselves and how to develop their own minds and personalities.

When choosing which school would best service the educational needs for your kid/s, you obviously need to take into account a number of factors, the priorities of which will differ for each family.

For some the education system and accreditation, ie UK or US based, IBO, teaching language – Polish and English or only/mainly English etc, together with the school’s performance and results will be most important.  Sometimes location and school facilities are important, and of course costs can be an important factor.

Many of the schools hold open days, or seek out parents with kids at the school you are considering and ask for feedback and opinions , via social media – Krakow Expat Families or perhaps IWAK (International Woman’s Association of Kraków.

Of course you can and should arrange a visit to the school to check out the facilities and chat wth staff who will always be happy to help you make the best choice for your families educational needs.