International American School of Warsaw (IAS)
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About International American School of Warsaw (IAS)

Founded in 1989 as one of the first international schools in Warsaw, the International American School Warsaw offers a K-12 education that meets both local and international standards in an environment of openness, multiculturalism and achievement. The IAS community promotes a culture of respect, joy of learning, challenge and cooperation.

Our guiding mission focuses on attaining the best academic results for our students while fostering the development of dynamic, considerate and responsible world citizens. We are located in Warsaw’s Kabaty district in a progressive neighborhood just a stroll away from the Kabaty forest reserve. Our school curriculum reflects the location of our school – nature and progress in balance, a vision towards growth, and a quiet space for reflection.

IAS is actively engaged in the international school community as a certified IB World School and member of the AdvancED educational network. We also are recognized by the Polish Ministry of Education and additionally serve as an SAT exam center. Our educational path is aligned for all grade levels from Elementary and Middle Schools to High School.

Our school philosophy is as simple as it is challenging: work together, grow together. We see ourselves as a partner for our students and their families, and learn from each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect and inspiration. We strive to motivate one another for the goals of individual and collective development. The school’s educational aims are reflected upon regularly and based upon shared values of understanding, critical thought, creativity, tolerance, communication, responsibility and integrity.

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American, IB, Polish

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Denisa Amministrazione, a year ago

Our daughters, who are now 11 and 13 years old, start attending this school classes almost 3 years ago and we are pleased about it. Every passing year they came with improvements, which is very important for both students and school's progress. We are happy to see that children are involved in so many activities and projects during classes and not only. The teachers are focused on every abilities and skills children have and encourage and support them. We are highly recommend the school.

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Katarina Juritkova, a year ago

Our son and daughter go to this school. I highly recommend. Great English-speaking school, teachers and management with all needed requirements of a school in this cozy campus. Children get personal attention due to small class size. I like the teaching methods; my kids are very profitable by doing different kinds of projects and writing many essays. If there was any situation to deal with, whether with a teacher or a principal, I must say that I have excellent experience.

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Jennet Arshimova, a year ago

Great English-speaking school with individual approach for every culturally and linguistically diverse students; The education system seems to be improving from year to year. This school responds well to any concern I raise and regularly receive valuable information from the school about my child's progress. A lot of extra-curricular (social, political and sport) activities, encouraging development of talent, creativity and students social skills to the maximum level. One thing I'd recommend to improve the way of parent-teaching meetings are conducted.

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Biba Konieczna, a year ago

Me and my son (who is a student at IASW) are both big fans of the school. Our educational experiences are rather broad and international, and this school is definitely at the top of our preferences - it is one of the most balanced schools we have ever experienced. Firstly, it has a very diverse group of students and it is reflected in the learning experiences, opinions and friendships. It does not seem to have cliques or groups of "popular kids". It is very balanced in terms of its educational offer. It accepts the fact that there are different kids with different talents and needs. For those talented it provides all the challenge and opportunities to excel. For those who might sometimes need help it offers support, individual approach and help. It finds good in all the kids. It offers respect and partnership. Teachers really treat all the students like people and partners on the educational journey. My experiences are that the school provides a great educational option, in a safe and diverse environment.

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Olga Krawczyk, 2 months ago

known for not exactly teaching anything of substance

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