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Liceum im. Ks. Piotra Skargi in Sedziszow Malopolski






The Priest Piotr Skarga secondary school in Sedziszow Malopolski / POLAND

(three-year secondary school – ended in A2 level exam (Matura)  – students aged:       16 – 19)



5,Fabryczna St,

39 – 120, Sedziszow Mlp,


Tel.: 0048 – 17 – 2216 – 112

Fax: 0048 – 17 – 2216 – 112

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  • Head teacher – MSc Lucyna Doroba


  • Vice-head teacher – MA Halina Szela


  • School staff: 34 teachers, librarian,educational psychologist, dentist,hygienist and non-pedagogical service,


  • Language taught: English, German, Russian;


·        Subjects: Polish (mother tongue), 2 foreign languages, mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, geography, history, information technology, knowledge of society, defensive education, physical education,


·        In our school work 16 departaments where study about 500 students. They come form Sedziszow Mlp., Ropczyce and surrounding villages;

                       Types of classes:

-         a class with English as the major subject,

-         a class with German as the major subject,

-         a class with mathematics and information technology as the major subjects,

-         a class with biology and chemistry as the major subjects,

-         a sport class,


  • equipment:


§         modern sports hall


§         gym


§         library


§         reading room


§         multimedia room


§         computer classroom


§         dentist’s and hygienist’s surgery


§         administration rooms


  • extra – curricular activities:


q         sport club (football, handball, basketball, athletics),


q         music band


q         courses in foreign languages


q         Euro-Point Club (trips, projects, exhibitions)



Our school has still continued traditions since 1945 – the year when the school started existing at J. Daniel’s, J. Doroba’s and W. Bialka’s suggestion.