The High school will launch in the 2021/2022 school year. In the Open Future International School high school we will be conducting education in the International Baccalaureate system, i.e. leading to passing the International Matura Exam.
We are the first school in Krakow, the only in Lesser Poland, and the seventh in Poland, which has successfully passed the Primary Years Program authorization process in the International Baccalaureate Organization curriculum.
This is a huge success for the Open Future community, for which we have word hard – the entire implementation and certification process in accordance with the procedures lasted for 3 years!
Being a student in Open Future is really like being in the future, where values are the most important thing. We also take care of education, which we create in accordance with global standards.
“You don’t know what the world will look like in 20 years, but your child will be prepared for it.”
Choosing a primary school for a child is a very difficult and stressful moment in the life of every parent. No wonder that you want to choose what’s best. You ask friends, check the reviews on the internet, visit school to see the atmosphere.
We invite you to check our educational offer, which is based on an international program that proved itself. According to us and experts, whom we asked for advice, it is opening new horizons for your child, which no other education system would provide. The lessons are always conducted in two languages and the education ends with the International Matura Exam, which allows graduates to study at the best universities in Europe and all over the world.
Take care of your child’s future.
Enrollment to the Primary School and Preschool are possible throughout the whole school year – as long as there is a place available in particular group.
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