The Cambridge International programs we provide at our school are known and recognized around the world. Currently, about 10,000 schools in more than 160 countries offer Cambridge International programs and qualifications (exams). At the high school stage, studying in the Cambridge program requires the student to have a very good command of English.   

In grades I-II, students follow the Cambridge IGCSE program (basic general subjects), and in grades III-IV they focus on the Cambridge Advanced subjects of their choice, the exams of which they plan to take as part of the International Exams (International Cambridge As&A Level exams). Students therefore have time to think about which exams they want to take and which subjects to focus their attention on in the last two years of high school.    

In our high school it is possible to study in a Cambridge class with preparation for the international As&A Level exams or in a class with a Polish core curriculum, in which we also focus on English language development, preparing students for the Polish Matura exam.  

A student who chooses a class with a Polish core curriculum chooses extended subjects from the school’s offer from the second grade. Most of the subjects in this class are taught in Polish, but the amount of English lessons is expanded, and some activities and classes are conducted in English. English is the main language of the school’s daily operation.