The Brisbane Polish School has been active since 1956. Initially, Polish lessons were conducted separately for girls and boys on Saturdays and Sundays. In 1964, 42 students studied Polish language, history, geography and literature. Father Kasjan Wolak, then parish priest of the Polish and Australian parish, held the position of the chairman of the school committee for many years. To commemorate his merits, in 1976 the school was given the name of Father Kasjan Wolak.

Today, the Brisbane Polish School is made up of a team of experienced teachers who passionately devote themselves to social work and share their knowledge about Poland and Polish culture. On Saturday mornings the schools offers courses for children from 3 to 17 years old. On weekdays the school offers online adult courses. Brisbane Polish School organizes fundraising events and participates in the life of the Polish community in Australia.

If you are a teacher, student, or maybe a graduate of our school, or you just love Poland and like to teach – join our team. Or maybe you just want to help and become a volunteer? If so – please contact us .