Szczęśliwe Numerki: Zawieszone

The Third Secondary School in Bydgoszcz celebrated the 60th anniversary of its setting up on the 20th September 2007. The school as one of the first in Bydgoszcz introduced innovations into the curriculum (so called stream forms - programmes written by the teachers). Students are provided with rich educational offer including the following subjects at the extended level:

  • Economics,
  • Computer studies,
  • Introduction to journalism
  • Introduction to legal aspects
  • Languages: English, French, German, Spanish

We are active participants in the International Ecological Programme called "Globe", where the students collect and send the biodata concerning the region to Washinghton (to NASA).

Young talented actors can develop their skills in the "ARLET Theatre" performing plays directed by Mrs Arleta Szatkowska. The group has been awarded a couple of times on various stages in Poland.

Our students get involved in numerous voluntary charity actions organized by both voluntary organizations e.g. Polish Red Cross and students and teachers from our school.

The Bydgoszcz Canal's Museum opened on 29 September 2006 is the school's attraction. The initiator and founder of the museum was the late Sebastian Malinowski- a creative historian, chronicler of the Canal History and the teacher.
The first vernissage held there was titled "The Bydgoszcz Water Junction". The museum houses, among all, photographs from Wojciech Banach collection, copies of glass navigatives from the State Archive in Bydgoszcz, the copy of Christan Rode painting titled "Frederic the Great Looking at Designs for the Bydgoszcz Canal" as well as photographs of the Canal from the collection of the District Museum.



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