British International School of Cracow
International School located in Cracow, Poland
The British International School of Cracow (BISC) is an independent school which was founded in order to provide a top quality education for the growing international community in Cracow, based upon the English National Curriculum. The BISC opened on 1st September 1995, and now educates approximately 160 pupils from twenty five different countries.
BISC is a member of ECIS (European Council of International Schools) and CIS (Council of International Schools), and is accredited by two English examing boards: Cambridge University and AQA. This entitles students to sit IGCSE (International General Certificate in Secondary Education), A-level (Advanced level), and AS level (Advanced Subsidiary level) public examinations on the school’s premises. The average pass-rate for public exams at BISC is 85% in the top category (A – C grades). Over the years, BISC school leavers have been placed at highly respected universities round the world.