International School Advisory in Poland

Warsaw and Krakow have the most number of international schools in Poland, which implement American or British educational systems. Children of expat parents are entitled to free education in Poland’s state schools, but since subjects are taught in the national language, they just choose to send the kids to an international school. Among the leading international schools in Poland are American School of Warsaw, International American School, and International European School-Warsaw.

Expertise is crucial in providing truly helpful school placement assistance services. For School Choice International, this has been at the heart of its services for almost two decades now. SCI advisors are supported by international resources, research, as well as quality control systems that allow them to offer top-rate services to expatriate families in Poland and all over the world.

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Expert assistance for expats who have plans of moving to Poland with children is the Good Schools Guide International. Designed particularly for parents, GSGI gathers neutral reviews of the most popular private as well as public schools for kids from 3 to 18 years around the world. GSGI covers American as well as British schools and all schools offering IB and GCSE, among many other curriculums.

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