Open enrollment – Fall 2017

Enrollment for Polish Language classes in Fall 2017 is now Opened!

Do you have Polish roots?
Have you ever been to Eastern Europe and fell in love with the culture, architecture, and landscapes?
Would you like to meet interesting people from all over the world? Do you want to learn a new language?

Explore these opportunities at the Polish School of Charlotte, a non-profit organization providing language, history, culture, and geography classes for the community. We are a vibrant multi-generational, multi-cultural group and still looking for more friends to join us.

Classes will begin in September and will be held on Sundays(excluding holidays). We will have language learning opportunities for kids ages 3-13 and adults! One semester consists of 12 language classes. We hope you can be a part of it!

Location:
JCC Charlotte, Temple Beth El (Education Building)
5007 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226

Price (per semester):
Adults $300 – With no children attending the school, $250 if your child(ren) attend the school
Children – $350 first child; $250 second child; $50 each additional child

To sign up – please fill out the form in the link below:
Enrollment Form

Hope to see you soon!

Welcoming Spring – Marzanna Parade

Polish School of Charlotte

Cordially Invites You to

Welcoming Spring – Marzanna Parade at Freedom Park

Sunday, March 19th 2pm-5pm

1900 East Boulevard, Charlotte NC 202803

All proceeds from the sale of event and/or raffle tickets will benefit Polish School of Charlotte

Event Tickets *:                                       Raffle Tickets:

               $5 for one person                                $5 for one ticket

                                                                                       $20 for 5 tickets

  • Free admission for children under 5.

Check us out on Facebook @polishschoolofcharlotte and use the RSVP button to let us know if you will be there. Tickets available at the door. Cash and check payments will be accepted

Teaching Old Traditions in New Lands