What do we aim for?
Our goal is to enable students to develop features that will allow them to become comprehensive, responsible and socially involved adults. We want them to be able to reflect, to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and to be open to the problems of the modern world.
Why is it important to us?
The values we respect are consistent with the most important attitudes of students and teachers, as defined in the Cambridge Programme. We believe that, thanks to these features, graduates of the Cracow International School will achieve life success and will be able to fulfil themselves in all areas of life that are important to them.
How do we do it?
By implementing an international curriculum in English, our community creates a multicultural environment in which students become open to new perspectives. The methods we use allow students to express their own opinions, learn to cooperate with their peers and adults, as well as to solve problems in a constructive way. We release the ability to think creatively, provoke to reflect, and to have the courage to put question marks instead of dots.