The Casimir Pulaski Polish Saturday School was established in March 1997 by Mrs. Maryla Adamczyk. Since September 1998, it has operated under the auspices of the Polish Club in Atlanta. The school proudly bears the name of General Kazimierz Pułaski, a renowned hero in the struggles for the independence of both Poland and America.
Our school offers Polish language lessons tailored to children and adults, with teaching levels adjusted to the proficiency of each group, ensuring that every student can fully benefit from our program. At present, our institution boasts six classes for children, two classes for adults, and a dedicated team of eight teachers.
Our classes are conducted from September to May, every Saturday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, within the premises of Building C at Norcross Elementary School. Access to this building is conveniently situated on Born Street, adjacent to the playground. There is ample parking available on the same street. To locate our building on the map, simply visit the Google Maps website and enter the following coordinates: 33.944594, -84.207470.
Our school is situated at 150 Hunt St, Norcross, GA 30071, and our classrooms meet all the necessary requirements to provide quality education in a safe environment (the school is fully insured). Financial support for our school's activities is sourced from the parents of our students as well as generous private sponsors. The Polish Club of Atlanta consistently organizes fundraising events, including the Taste of Poland festival, Polish Trivia, and picnics, with all proceeds directly benefiting the school's mission.