Exciting news from the Polish School of Charlotte – To further support our mission and foster the continuation of Polish language and culture in the Carolinas, the decision has been made to transition to an event-based curriculum. We hope that this new approach will invite more of our community to attend, participate and volunteer.

As a result of this decision, the Polish School of Charlotte will no longer provide weekly Sunday classes for children and adults. Instead, the school will announce multiple events open to the entire community to attend. We ask the community to support the school by attending and volunteering at events throughout the year.

Details of our events will be posted on the home page of the Polish School of Charlotte website and on our Facebook page available here.

The Polish School of Charlotte provides children an opportunity to learn not only the Polish language, but also about Polish culture, traditions, and history. Our students learn Polish traditional dances and perform them in traditional Krakowiak costumes (provided by the school). This enables our children to represent Poland at local events, reinforcing our mission of preserving, cultivating and promoting Polish culture and traditions in the US.

The Polish School of Charlotte is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization – this means that all donations to our School are deductible from federal taxes.

UNCC International Festival

42nd Annual International Festival at UNC Charlotte will take place this year on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Festival starts at 10:00am and ends at 6:00pm. Festival entry and parking are FREE!!!

Poland will be represented with a cultural booth, were you can visit us and learn a little more about our country rich history and traditions. We will also participate in Parade of Nations at 2pm. [Read More]

Polish Language Lessons for Adults – On Hold for Fall 2017

Polish School of Charlotte has been offering Polish language lessons for adults since September of 2014. Classes currently are on hold.

Language, Culture, and History Lessons for Children – On Hold for Fall 2017

Please note that classes for children are currently on hold. For more information, please see this page.

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Teaching Old Traditions in New Lands