The Polish School of Sydney opened a high school level class in 2016, allowing younger students (year 7 to 10) to continue their Polish language studies. The school management decided to form this class in response to requests from parents.
The high school class is a composite class and enrolments are accepted from students between years 7 to 10. There is a possibility that the class may be split into two age groups in the event that there is an increase in the number of students enrolled.
Continuing learning after year 10
New South Wales education guidelines stipulate that community language schools, like the The Polish School of Sydney, have the right to teach Polish at high school level, up to year 10. All students are registered with the Department of Education.
After completing year 10, students can continue their learning at SSCL centres, so that they can sit the HSC in the Polish language.