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Akademeia High School
Our team
Founder
Andrzej Dethloff
Law, University of Oxford
Founder
Andrzej Dethloff
Law, University of Oxford

Management

Headmaster
Mark J. Moore
English Literature, University of Cambridge
Deputy Head
dr Karolina Watras
History of Art, University of Cambridge and Courtauld Institute of Art in London
Headmaster
Mark J. Moore
English Literature, University of Cambridge

A graduate of Cambridge University where he studied English Literature, Mark has 33 years of experience in the best schools in the private sector in the UK. He taught at Marlborough (whose alumni include the Duchess of Cambridge and the Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice); Eton (where he taught, among others, Damian Lewis of Homeland and Billions fame) as well as a number of future government ministers, and Radley, where he was both Head of English and Director of University Entrance. He has 11 years experience as the Head of College at Clifton, a school of 1250 pupils and an annual turnover of £30 million. Mark came to Warsaw every year as part of a team to interview Polish scholarship candidates for places at top schools in the UK. Those experiences convinced him that Warsaw needed a school, modelled on the best schools and universities in the UK, for its many gifted and talented pupils. Akademeia High School is that school. 

Deputy Head
dr Karolina Watras
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 Watras’s broader interests include Surrealism, transregional exchanges between 20th century avant-gardes, artist’s books, art under totalitarian regimes, and twentieth century aesthetic theory. Throughout her academic research and teaching dr Watras 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.

Executive team

We provide our students with the best possible educational opportunities in a well-managed organization.

  • Bursar Ewa Milewska

    Quantitative Methods and Information Systems, Warsaw School of Economics
    ACCA

    Ewa Milewska

    Bursar Ewa Milewska

    Quantitative Methods and Information Systems, Warsaw School of Economics
    ACCA

    Ewa joined Akademeia in 2017 and is responsible for all of the financial aspects of the Group’s operations.

    She brings to Akademeia a broad consulting experience gained during her 12 year career at PwC, where she was a director specialising in due diligence and other M&A related services. Her experience includes i.a. leading due diligence teams on a few of the landmark transactions in the CEE region (TVN, LuxMed, Euromedic / Affidea, EmiTel, AliorBank) as well as a few projects in the educational sector.  

    Ewa holds a masters degree in Quantitative Methods and Information Systems from the Warsaw School of Economics as well as ACCA certificate.

  • HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Dr Marta Dżoga

    Social Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

    Dr Marta Dżoga

    HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Dr Marta Dżoga

    Social Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

    Marta has a PhD in social sciences (Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw). She has conducted many academic activities including arranging lectures, conferences and scientific publications. She has worked on many projects for children and adults in various cultural institutions such as POLIN Museum and History Meeting House.

  • Admissions Tutor Maria Głowacka

    Social Studies, Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw
    Political Science, Collegium Civitas

    Maria Głowacka

    Admissions Tutor Maria Głowacka

    Social Studies, Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw
    Political Science, Collegium Civitas

    Maria has been working at Akademeia for 8 years. She has coordinated a wide variety of educational projects, including the overall preparation of summer study programmes and internships (in cultural institutions, corporations, and pharmaceutical companies) and has managed the Akademeia scholarship programme.

    As a member of the board of Ex Ante (Akademeia Educational Group), she works closely with the Adamed Group Foundation.

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