hi, no need to show off the status... the main concern is about children's education expenses
this is our issue also. the preschool is not a big deal but the children in primary school you will be paying more.
There is a Canadian school- I don't know much about it- the fees are 2600 per month each child.
The International European schools fees are 30,000 per year, each child.
The American school is about 60,000 per year, each child and the British school is quite comparable.
There is an international American school- don't know anything about it.
There is also a French language school and a German school.
I have heard that there are a few good public schools in Warsaw- sorry I can't help there, I have no idea where they are---maybe somebody on the board knows?
maybe this will help: poland good for expat/en/warsaw/school/international-schools.
szkolamiedzynarodowa.pl this school is quite interesting. Most of the foreign teachers seem to be from Canada and trained at great universities- the tuition is cheaper but still 20,000 pln per year each child is pretty steep. We have friends with kids here and they love it.
"I would advise that juli25 sends her children to a good local state school if the children are toddlers, after all Polish education is excellent and there is no need to send them to an international private preschool.
Just get an English or American au pair (usually they are students) or an English speaking nanny, to supplement for English language exposure."
by this post I am assuming you don't have kids. Am I right?