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Private schools in Rzeszów

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There are lots of great private schools in Rzeszów, Poland. These schools can be a great fit for international students. Many offer English-language, and bilingual, Polish-English instruction. They can also be a great fit for locals and for students from across Poland, including Warsaw, Kraków, Poznań, Wrocław, Łódź, Gdańsk, Szczecin, Bydgoszcz, Lublin, and Rzeszów.  continue reading...


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School  ( = Featured ) Grades Type Languages / Type
0 Szkoła Podstawowa Montessori w Rzeszowie
Konfederatów Barskich 40 B, Rzeszów, 35-321
0 Centrum Edukacyjne PROMAR
Bohaterów 12, Rzeszów, 35-112

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Most Rzeszów private schools have high-level academics and dedicated teachers and staff. Many also have strong support programs (such as counselling and tutoring) and great resources (such as sports and arts facilities). This includes schools in the areas of Nowe Miasto, Warszawska, Dębicka, and Staroniwska. It also includes schools in the nearby regions of Boguchwała, Malawa, Kielanówka, Tyczyn, and Rzeszów-Dworzysko.

Rzeszów private schools

Types of schools in Rzeszów

There are many different types of private and non-public schools in Rzeszów, Poland. These schools offer a wide range of programs, from preschool to high school. Below, we describe the main types of private schools in Rzeszów and the surrounding area.

Language schools: Many private and non-public schools in Rzeszów offer language programs. Some of these schools, especially international ones, offer English as the main language of instruction. Others offer bilingual, Polish-English instruction. Many schools also offer intensive foreign language courses. In these schools, your child can learn such languages as Spanish, Italian, German, French, Japanese, and Korean. Rzeszów language schools can be a nice fit for both foreign and domestic students.

Day schools: In a private day school, your child will travel to and from school and go back home at the end of the day. While boarding is offered mostly to older students, day programs in Rzeszów are offered at all levels. They also provide many different kinds of programs and curricular approaches.

Coed schools: Coed schools have both boys and girls. The majority of private and non-public schools in Rzeszów, and across Poland, are coed. These schools have a gender-neutral curriculum and learning environment. They also provide boys and girls with a rich social environment, and allow kids to develop strong social and emotional skills.

Alternative schools: Alternative schools in Rzeszów depart from the mainstream. They offer a teaching approach, curriculum, or learning environment that differs from what you’ll find in most schools. These schools often focus on experiential learning, integrated curricula, individualized learning, and problem solving. Some alternative schools also have advanced learning options or special support programs. Alternative schools include Montessori, learning disabilities, International Baccalaureate (IB), Waldorf, and democratic schools.

Social schools: These are normally non-public (and non-profit) schools created by social organizations. Social schools in Rzeszów, Poland tend to emphasize family involvement, where parents work closely with students, teachers, and staff. They also aim to develop the social skills and competencies of students. As the Social Education Association (STO) puts it, “it’s about shaping a student as a person: in a mental, social, cultural, and physical sense.” Many Rzeszów social schools also have small classes and use innovative teaching approaches.

Special needs schools: These schools provide support for students with one or more special need. They support kids with learning, physical, and developmental disabilities, as well as kids with behavioural issues. Many private and non-public schools in Rzeszów offer small classes, individualized learning, and extra attention and resources for children with special needs. Some of these schools offer full-time special needs support through a dedicated class. Others offer part-time support through a “pull-out” special education class or through in-class accommodations or modifications.

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