The Casimir Pulaski Polish Saturday School was founded in March 1997 by Mrs. Maryla Adamczyk.
Since September 1998, it has been operating under the patronage of the Polish Club in Atlanta. The school is named after General Kazimierz Pułaski, a hero in the battles for the independence of Poland and America.
The school offers Polish lessons for children and adults. The level of teaching is adjusted to the level of language proficiency in the group so that each student can fully benefit from our program.
The Polish Saturday School in Atlanta has 6 classes for children, 2 classes for adults, and 8 teachers.
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Classes take place from September to May on Saturdays from 10:00 to 13:00. Classes are held in Building C at Norcross Elementary School. The entrance to this building is on Born Street (next to the playground). There is also a car park on the same street. In order to find the building on the map, please go to the google maps website and paste in the following coordinates:
School address: 150 Hunt St, Norcross, GA 30071
The classrooms meet all the requirements needed to provide education of a good standard and in safe conditions (the school is insured). Funds for the school's activities come from parents of our students as well as private sponsors. The Polish Club of Atlanta regularly organizes fundraising events for the school, such as the Taste of Poland festival, Polish Trivia and picnics. All the moneys raised through these events support the School.