Welcome Back to our School

Published on August 27, 2015

First Day of School! 


September 11, 2015 – Friday classes

Preschool to 8 gr. from  5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
High school classes 9 – 11gr.  from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

September 12, 2015 – Saturday classes

Preschool to 8 gr. from  9:00 am – 12:00 pm
High school classes 9 – 11gr.  from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Dance group “Polanie”  classes run from 12:15 pm – 2:30 pm


From the Director

Published on May 2, 2015
Dear Parents,images-4

Only two weeks left and already another summer break. Not only for your kids though, but for you as well.

But before we hand out the diplomas to the kids and let them enjoy this wonderful and hopefully sunny summer, we want to cordially invite you to register your kids for the next school year 2015/2016.

If you plan on having your kids to be a part of our school next year, please register them as soon as possible.

Our school has been serving the community for 35 years …. It has a tremendous history. We hire great teachers who love their students and do their best to teach them the beauty of the Polish language, our history, culture and traditions.

As a reward for 8-10 years of education in our school, our students are going on a trip to Poland. For them it is a great experience and opportunity to see places that they learned in their history and geography classes. They have an opportunity to visit the northern and southern parts of the Poland.
 We would like to remind you that with the completion of eighth grade and senior year, graduates receive a diploma. This allows them to possibly receive credits for higher education in the future.

Our school offers a wide range of activities for our youth, such as dance group, art group, special graduation lunch for the eighth graders, prom for the seniors, and many other events, as well as entertainment for students and parents.

Our work associated with starting a new school year begins at the beginning of August. Knowing how many children will be attending makes it easier to arrange classes and arrange teachers for them. If you wait until the last minute to register your children, it causes a lot of unnecessary chaos. So again, please remember to register early.

On a final note, before this school year ends, we invite all of you for a Family Game Night (information in the newsletter).

Thank you for your cooperation and we wish you a wonderful summer break.
See you in September.
Halina Szyrzyna – School Director
Monika Górnikowski – School Vice Dyrector

“May 3rd Parade” this Saturday May 2

Published on April 25, 2015

We invite everyone to join us on Saturday, May 2nd. for the “May 3rd Parade”.images

Students from grades 5 to 10 will participate in the Parade. All other students in the lower grades will have their regular classes at school as usual.

Students going to the Parade, should be at school by 9:00 am. Busses will depart at 9:15 am from the school to the Parade. Busses will return to school at approximately 1:00pm.

All parents interested in attending the Parade are welcome to ride the busses with their children.

We are asking all participants to wear white and red.

Please sign permission for your son/daughter to attend the Parade.

Thank you


Registration for New School Year 2015-2016

Published on April 14, 2015


Registration for Friday and Saturday classes
for the new school year 2015/2016
are held:
on Fridays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
and on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm




Published on April 12, 2015

The Polish Roman Catholic Union of America (PRCUA)Unknown

is the oldest Polish-American fraternal organization in America, which was founded in 1873 to unite and help Polish immigrants. Since then, the Polish Roman Catholic Union has evolved into an organization that offers not only life insurance or retirement accounts, but also the organization for the Polish community. Polish Roman Catholic Union supports many Polish-American initiatives, offers scholarships for students, grants to universities, educational loans and others, donations to Polish schools and their folk dance groups.

Buying an insurance policy or pension plan members come into possession of part of Polish Roman Catholic Union, which become part owners of the company. Plans are very attractive and competitive. Simply deposit $ 300.00 to set up a retirement account.

Representative of the Polish Roman Catholic Union for our school is Mrs. Urszula Widur phone number. 1 (773) 919-2965.

Or visit www.pruca.org for more information.