Meridian International School
Ul Wawelska 66/74, 02-034, Warsaw, Poland
Tel: (+48) 22 822 1575
Fax: (+48) 22 822 2013
National, International curricula.
80 students, 12-16 yrs
The Meridian International School was founded in 2002 to for both
Polish and international students. Presently, the Meridian International
School offers middle school (Gymnasium) education. High school (Lyceum)
section is scheduled to open in 2005. There are plans to include
also a primary school section. The school has accepted its first
class of students to the first grade of Gymnasium (7th grade) in
2002. Every year maximum three classes of new students will be admitted.
Currently, students follow the national curriculum with specific
arrangements made to cover UK curriculum. With the introduction
of high school section, Meridian International School will offer
IB diploma Programme. Grades 9 and 10 will follow the IGCSE, followed
by the International 'A' level certificates in grades 11 and 12.
The instruction of mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and
computer classes is in English for all students with extensive support
for children whose English language are below satisfactory level.
The rest of the classes are taught in Polish language for Polish
children. Students begin to study a second foreign language in the
second year of their education. The Meridian International School
is located in the city center within easy reach of bus and tram
routes. The building itself is a completely renovated historical
landmark. Meridian International School has modern physics, chemistry,
biology and computer labs along with separate, air--conditioned
classrooms for all classes taught. Students have physical education
classes in a modern gym and swimming pool. Other facilities include
a spacious conference hall and library, a cafeteria where lunch