The building of High School in Nisko is a beautiful point of the town. It’s located in the town centre.
At the beginning of the 20th century there was no high school in Nisko. Our school, founded in 1912, was the first one. In 1935 it was named in honour of Stefan Czarniecki - a military commander, regarded as a Polish national hero. In 1944 the first Matura exam in post war Poland took place on school premises.
Our school has 100 years of tradition. This year we’ve had an anniversary.
A vast majority of school leavers have visited school this year.
16 thousand people live in Nisko. Nisko is located in the southern part of Poland. It is a historical place with many old buildings. In the town there is a park, a cinema, a few schools and multifunctional football pitches.
Our Town Council The centre of the town Sports centre in Nisko Our hospital which used to be a palace of the Resseguier family The park which functions as a meeting place Near the hospital there is one of our banks. „Planty” as a kind of a local park The centre of the town with its monument and our school in Wolności Square. The first Catholic Church in Nisko “Niżańskie Centrum Kultury” is famous for its cinema, concert hall, exhibitions and performances, which promote local culture and traditions. This photo depicts a bird’s-eye view of our town.