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Open Day at Akademeia High School

Open Day at Akademeia High School

Open Day at Akademeia High School

A few words about us

We place great emphasis on the interdisciplinary approach to teaching.

We develop individual educational strategies, consistent with the skills and interests of our students. All classes are conducted exclusively in English. The three-year curriculum concludes with the English Baccalaureate, the A Level examinations. We prepare our students to study at prestigious foreign universities.

Open Day

Join us for the meetings with the school management and representatives of all departments – January, 13th at 10:00.

This is the perfect opportunity to get to know us! We’ll talk about our curriculum, our vision of the school and its role in shaping young people’s future. We’ll explain:

  • Why choose A-levels;
  • What is educational diagnostics;
  • Multidimensional education – what does it mean in practice;
  • Why so-called “21st century skills” and developing students’ varied competence are crucial in terms of their intellectual and social development;
  • Why school is not only about classes;

Our teachers will answer all questions regarding our academic program while Maria Głowacka, our Admissions Tutor, will explain the recruitment process’ complexities.

What is more, we also planned a short lecture and a panel of lecturers and graduates of Art/Desing/Architecture faculties at leading international Art Schools. 

Prior registration applies.
If you are interested in participating in the event, please contact Marta Szewczyk: marta.szewczyk@akademeia.edu.pl

The meetings will be led by:

  • Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    History of Art, University of Cambridge and Courtauld Institute of Art in London

    dr Karolina Watras

    Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    History of Art, University of Cambridge and Courtauld Institute of Art in London

    Dr Karolina Watras completed her A Levels at the Cheltenham Ladies’ College in the UK. She received her undergraduate degree in History of Art from Christ’s College, Cambridge. Karolina studied Gothic Architecture for a Masters at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and subsequently returned to Cambridge to pursue her MPhil and doctoral research at Jesus College.

    Dr Watras has worked at the University of Cambridge as a supervisor and Affiliated Lecturer at the Department of History of Art, Acting Director of Studies at Jesus and Trinity Colleges, and course leader at the Institute of Continuing Education. She returned to Poland and joined Akademeia in 2014.

    dr Karolina Watras’s broader interests include Surrealism, transregional exchanges between 20th century avant-gardes, artist’s books, art under totalitarian regimes, and 20th century aesthetic theory. Throughout her academic research and teaching Karolina has always followed an interdisciplinary approach, which informs her work as the Head of the Humanities Department and which she strives to instill in her students.

     

  • Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    Physics and Philosophy, University of Oxford

    Marcin Szala

    Akademeia High School Deputy Head

    Physics and Philosophy, University of Oxford

    Marcin Szala is a teacher, tutor, and educational consultant.

    He focuses on organizational leadership, especially in the context of education, government, and tutoring. He has management experience in corporate and academic settings, having directed a network of schools (School EEO). He has collaborated in the implementation of many tutorial programmes in Poland and conducted training for tutors in Poland and abroad.

    He is the co-author of a book on tutoring and has written articles for trade magazines.

Time and place

January 13, 2018 at 10:00

Akademeia High School
Ledóchowskiej 2
Warsaw
office@akademeia.edu.pl

Prior registration applies.
If you are interested in participating in the event, please contact Marta Szewczyk: marta.szewczyk@akademeia.edu.pl

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