The entire enrollment process takes place online. The first step is filling out the application form on our website. After we receive the form, we will reach out to you with information on our facility as well as with a request for the school reports from the previous grades.*
If the enrollment decision is positive, we will ask you to fill out two forms that will enable us to prepare education documents. Once the documents are signed and the enrollment fee is paid, your child officially becomes a part of our community.
*In case of enrollment to grade 1, an additional enrollment step is the pedagogical exam conducted by a pedagogue in our facility.

A school report/certificate from the last completed grade. If enrollment is taking place in the second semester of the school year, an additional report from the first semester should also be provided.
In case of admission to grade 1 of primary school, information about the child from kindergarten according to our template.
All documents must be translated into English or Polish.

The information on tutition fee as well as the enrollment fee can be found here. 

Additional costs include:
- day trips and overnight stays

- catering

-extracurricular activities

- school uniform

- textbooks

- layette

Parents can request for 10% discount if they enroll more than 1 child in Cracow International School.
For the third child, there is a 15% discount on the tuition fee.

Yes, more information on the scholarship programme can be found here.

The enrollment fee should be paid on the day you sign the education agreement.
The education fee is paid in 10 monthly instalments by the 10th day of each month.

We do not provide a means of transport.

The beginning and end of the school year take place in accordance with the calendar of the Polish Ministry of Education.

The school is open from 8 a.m. to 5.20 p.m.

In primary school, we implement the Polish core curriculum and the Cambridge Primary core curriculum.

The Cambridge Primary program is adapted for children from 5-6 years of age. Stage 1 of the Cambidge program corresponds to Polish grade 0, Stage 2, corresponds to Polish grade 1. Details are described here.

The groups consist of maximum 20 children.

In the Cambridge international curriculum class, all lessons, except Polish, are conducted in English.
Extracurricular activities and the aftercare classes are conducted in English.
In a classroom with a Polish core curriculum, all lessons except English are conducted in Polish.
Extracurricular activities and club activities can be conducted in Polish or English.

Children in an international class with the Cambridge program do not need to know Polish, they will learn this language as a foreign language.

Each year the school prepares an offer with additional classes from which parents can pick the ones that interest them the most.
Examples of additional classes that were held in our school include: general development gymnastics with elements of acrobatic, pottery, robotics, taekwon-do.

Yes, students have official school uniforms, which they wear every Monday for the so-called official Monday. Parents can also buy everyday clothes with the school logo, such as polo shirts, sweatshirts, etc. The purchase is made via the website www.mark-mundurki.pl. 
Details for logging in and purchasing school uniforms are provided to parents after signing the education contract.

Sample daily schedule can be found here.

School students can optionally have meals from the catering, or they can bring their own meals and snacks.
Parents are able to order meals for their child through the online ordering system. Both meat and vegetarian options are available.

We provide care for students of grades 1-4 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:20 p.m.
Students of older classes waiting, e.g. for extracurricular activities, can wait in the so-called "quiet aftercare" under the care of a teacher-librarian.

In primary school, in grades 1-3, students have 3 hours of physical education, in grades 4-8, students have 4 hours of physical education.

We provide Polish-speaking students with preparation for exams in Polish by conducting additional classes. We start preparations in grade 7, both in Polish and mathematics, and the entire program resulting from the Polish core curriculum is implemented throughout primary school from grades 1 to 8.

After a sufficient number of people volunteer, we organize religion classes. As part of these lessons, the catechist prepares children for Holy Communion and organizes it together with their parents in the parish with which he cooperates.

Yes, the school organizes multi-day trips if there are enough willing students.