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13 links Instruction in the school is offered to students from ages five to seventy five. Children start in Kindergarten and continue until age seventeen. Adult classes are the newest and the most dynamically growing component of the school. The Polish Saturday School is an accredited institution. The children complete their education with an examination, which earns them three Regents credits honored by every public High School in the state of New York.
290 words Polish flagThe school conducts classes from the first grade of elementary school (age 7) to the IVth (senior year) of secondary school, providing an educational program that complements the American school system. The curriculum is based on textbooks, grading systems and promotional rules applicable in Poland. Classes are offered in Polish language, Polish history, geography of Poland, and mathematics.
180 words The school has openings for children ages 4-14. It teaches the Polish language, geography of Poland, history and the Catholic religion. Webpage last updated in July 1998.
890 words Polish flag Last posted is the schedule for the Summer of 1996
3 links A listing and addresses of 19 Polish Saturday Schools in the Chicago area
17 schools flag   An interactive map of the schools, a listing and addresses of the Polish Saturday Schools in the Netherlands
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