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poniedziałek, 18 października 2010 20:15

   The first grammar school in Brzeg (I Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Bolesława Chrobrego) was founded in a building erected in the years 1912-1914 according to the design of a Berlin architect Thaesler. The school (called Gymnasium then), whose first principal was Otto Umbreit, was opened on 1st October 1914. During World War I it was closed and the building housed a military hospital. Between the wars the German Gymnasium was transformed into high school (liceum wyzsze in Polish) in 1925 where the first school-leaving exam was held in 1929. After the Second World War it was re-established as a Polish grammar school on 1st September 1945. Mr Jozef Kaczkowski was nominated its first Polish headmaster responsible for organizing the school.

   By June 1950 the school was managed by Ludmiła Danielewicz and Franciszek Głuszek. From 1972 to 1990 the headmaster's post was held by Danuta Wąsacz.

   On 19th April 1972 the school was named after Boleslaw Chrobry, a Polish king in 11th century, and by a decree issued on 6th November 1972 it received its standard.

   In the years 1990-2007 the school was managed by Leon Serkies and after his retirement in 2007 Małgorzata Dyminczuk has been the headmistress of the school up till now.

   The school boasts a long tradition of learning atmosphere that fosters students' personal development. We focus on meeting student individual needs and guarantee individual attention and advanced learning opportunities. Individual tutoring is available for students who need special help in certain subjects.

   Our students rank above the town and regional average on standardized school completion examinations.

   A lot of our graduates successfully study at the prestigious universities in Poland and abroad.

   Nowadays the school is attended by 550 students who are taught by 42 teachers. It finishes with the school-leaving exam (in Polish matura) which enables the young people to study at all Polish and foreign universities. Our students have to learn 13 subjects (including 3 foreign languages).Over 3 years of tuition the students acquire general knowledge in all the subjects. During the third year they also take additional courses where they concentrate on developing knowledge in selected subjects. These well-organized and efficient classes prepare them for secondary school final examinations as well as for university entrance examinations.

   Our students enjoy various school facilities such as the library with its 20000 volumes, its multimedia centre and the reading room, the gym as well as the recently renovated modern sports yard. Apart from the curriculum the young people take part in different contests checking their knowledge, sports competitions, the school choir, international projects and exchange.

   The school offers attractive programs. In the academic year 2010/2011 we have opened classes with extended syllabus in the following areas:

  • humanities (Polish, history, foreign languages)
  • science (chemistry and biology)
  • mathematics, physics, foreign languages
  • mathematics, physics, chemistry

    Author: mgr Bogumiła Kozłowska