Our School


Our Education

Our Vision

Established in 2011, the American School of Wrocław is an independent school serving a multicultural student body. We offer an exemplary American Core Knowledge curriculum and the Polish National Education program with an international perspective for students from Nursery to Grade 8. We are committed to providing educational excellence through a standards-based, internationally enriched American curriculum. Our program places balanced emphasis on both the Polish and English languages, so as to equip students with bilingual competency. Today, with around 200 students representing more than 20 countries, the American School of Wrocław is recognized as one of the leading international schools in Wrocław.

Our vision is to ensure that our students are fully prepared and looking forward to that next learning step, and to becoming lifelong learners, as well as community and world leaders. The professional staff of American School of Wrocław is highly qualified, trained, prepared, and monitored to give your student the optimal learning experience. We continuously offer professional development training to ensure that our staff has been trained and are fully knowledgeable in the latest educational and child development information and techniques.


Our Daily Activities

Each day, American School of Wrocław’s students build a foundation for success by learning and exploring topics in reading, writing, speaking, and listening according to standards outlined in national and state standards. They also express their creativity in a number of ways and exercise daily with outdoor play and organized sports.  Each day’s schedule includes a variety of activities aimed at allowing students to grow and develop in every possible way. Best of all, teachers photograph your children as they’re learning and growing, and you have the option of preserving these memories forever by purchasing a personalized calendar or memory book from the office.  Daily activities may include:

  • Show-&-Tell
  • Textbook activities
  • Educational games
  • Daily musical activities
  • Arts & crafts projects
  • Sports and games
  • Field Trips
  • Trips to the local park
  • Educational videos
  • Formal music classes
  • Formal art classes
  • Formal Physical Education classes
  • Computer classes
  • Library visits
  • Projects
  • Recess on the school playground
  • ESL lessons
  • Homework club
  • A wide variety of extra-curricular activities
  • Morning “Circle Time” with greeting songs and games
  • Formal lessons in English, science, math and social studies
  • Breakfast, lunch, and snack in our dining room
  • Workshops (e.g. candle making, soap making)
  • Performance rehearsal
  • . . . and much more!

Safety

ASW puts the safety and security of its students above all else. The school’s safety measures include: complete video surveillance of all classroom and common spaces; criminal background screening of employees, restricted access to school buildings for parents and authorized guests only, a safe school bus boarding and arrival area, a certified school nurse, annual first aid and CPR training for staff, use of non-hazardous cleaning materials, fire alarms and evacuation plan, and a clean, child-friendly environment.

Library

The ASW Library opens doors to information, culture, and the world. Our library offers an ever-growing collection of over 3400 children’s books, both fiction and nonfiction, and integrates new technologies with traditional collections. Classrooms are supplied with classic children’s stories, award winning picture books, and interactive books for toddlers. Students and teachers may visit the library any time and primary classes attend weekly lessons with a specialist teacher who turns reading into a theatrical adventure.

Library program

Computer Lab

Our computer lab is used by all grade levels from Pre-K up for ICT lessons that become more and more specialized with each subsequent grade. We incorporate technology into every aspect of our curriculum and combine ICT classes with lessons from all other subject areas to help ensure that our students are prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century.


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New Locationas of Sept. 2015

American School of Wroclaw celebrates its big move! We are pleased to announce that we moved to a new location on 1st September, 2015. The school building occupies around 3850 sq. meters of ground floor space and is located at Partynicka 29-37 in Wroclaw. The new building utilizes the latest technological security, fire safety solutions, alarm systems, intercom and camera surveillance.

Our new campus was specially designed for Nursery, Kindergarten and Primary students. Completed in August 2015, our new campus includes three distinct divisions: Nursery (6 months to 3 years), Kindergarten (3 years to 6 years), and Primary School (6 years to 14 years).  We also have two dining rooms, a playground, a library, a computer lab and a large multipurpose performance/assembly space.

  • Administrative Offices
  • Parking with easy drop-off and pick-up for parents
  • Cafeteria
  • Art Facility
  • Music Room
  • Playground
  • Classrooms with learning areas/toys arranged according to the age groups
  • Common areas
  • Multi purpose room
  • First Aid room
  • Library
  • Computer room

Hoursof Operation

The school is open from 7:00AM and ends to 5:30PM daily.  Until classes begin at 8:00AM, parents may drop children off in one of our spacious, fun common rooms.  After classes end at 3:00, students either go to their extra curricular activities or remain in their classrooms for further enrichment opportunities.  After 4:30, parents may pick their children up once again from a common room, where children are closely supervised by a teacher who arranges fun activities or helps with homework.

American School of Wrocław Campus Building