Campus and Services
We are a vibrant and active community and our facilities reflect it!
Our school is located on a 25-acre campus in Konstancin-Jeziorna, a small, historic community on the southern edge of Warsaw's city limits. There is a place for everyone to engage, explore, and exercise.
Our classrooms, library, cafeteria, and public spaces have abundant natural light, and our state-of-the-art campus includes a superb 365-seat theater with black box classroom, 25-meter indoor swimming pool, "green roof" educational area, three gyms, fitness center, four soccer fields, 400-meter track, multipurpose outdoor sports court, photography studio and arts and athletics building.
Many of these areas are opportunities to develop athletically and artistically, yet are smaller collectives where like minded students can meet together to share ideas and camaraderie.
As a caring community ASW provides a range of professionally staffed services to support students in their learning, as well as to look out for their social, emotional and physical well-being.
Food is prepared on-site with meat and vegetarian options. These meals, prepared with care, consist of Polish and international cuisines.
If you have any questions, please contact Soliwoda Catering via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASW boasts a large parking area providing ample space for visitors and staff who drive to school. The parking area incorporates a Kiss & Go zone, located outside the ES and HS entrances, for families dropping off and picking up their children from school. There are also a large number of bicycle racks, which tend to become very full in the warmer months. Download a copy of our parking guide in English or Polish.
ASW’s vision for digital learning is that technology is ubiquitous, seamless and embedded in teaching and learning.
We are preparing our students to be lifelong learners and to thrive in a dynamic global society. The integration of technology enables our students to communicate and collaborate, develop skills to critically seek and learn new information, and to create knowledge through the use of media-rich projects. In addition, we guide our students as they learn to effectively manage technology and become contributing digital citizens.
Students use an array of tech tools and resources. In early elementary our students are 1:1 with iPads in grades 1 and 2. Students in grades 3-12 are part of our 1:1 laptop program using assigned MacBook Airs, where students in grade 5 and up are permitted to take them home.
Technology Coaches support teachers and students in their learning across all grade levels.