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Enrollment Open House – August 27th, 2022

We invite all families interested in enrolling at the Polish School to join us at our Open House – an information session where you will have a chance to meet the board and learn about the curriculum and planned activities of the Polish School in the upcoming 2022/23 school year.

As a reminder, the number of spots in classes is limited and spots will be assigned on a first-come basis. Registration is already open on our website. Registration forms will not be available, we are only accepting applications via our online form. You will be able to submit registration fees and tuition payment via check  or Zelle. 

 

Saturday – September 27, 2022

2:30-3:30pm

Sharon Presbyterian Church

Barbara Ward Building (next to the chapel) 

5201 Sharon Road
Charlotte, NC, 28210

 

Support us while shopping on Amazon

You can support the Polish School of Charlotte while shopping on Amazon with no additional cost to you. If you are shopping on a web browser click the link or navigate to smile.amazon.com
 
How to use AmazonSmile using the Amazon app on your mobile phone:
1. Open the Amazon Shopping app
2. Navigate to the main menu (≡)
3. Tap on Settings and then select “AmazonSmile”
4. Select “Polish School of Charlotte” as your charity and then follow the on-screen instructions to turn ON AmazonSmile in the mobile app
Once AmazonSmile has been activated in your app, future eligible app purchases will generate a donation for our school. THANK YOU!

Mass in Polish 8/28/2022

On Sunday, August 28 at 2:00 p.m., St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church will host the Annual Polish Diocesan Mass Polish priest, Rev. Matt Nycz, will be the main celebrant and Rev. Mr. James Witulski will assist as deacon.

The Mass will be in the Polish language with the homily in both English and Polish. Mass fulfills your Sunday obligation.

Confessions in Polish and English will be heard beginning at 1:00 p.m.

After the Mass, the faithful will have the opportunity to venerate the 1st Class Relics of the three Apostles of Divine Mercy, Pope St. John Paul II, St. Faustina Kowalska, and Bl. Fr. Sopocko.

After Mass, a reception with light refreshments will be held in Aquinas Hall. Donations of appetizers, finger food, or dessert would be greatly appreciated and can be dropped off before the Mass at Aquinas Hall.