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"we promise to do our best to uphold the best traditions of this school"

From the early days of the School the emphasis was placed on a high level of learning and education. It was possible owing to its excellent teaching staff. Among a few hundreds of teachers who have worked here since 1921, the most prominent names are: Aniela Chałubińska, from 1948 professor of Geography at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University of Lublin; Saturnina Woszczerowicz, from 1948 professor of Chemistry at Technical Academy of Warsaw; Janina Mally - teacher of Polish, who cooperated with Witold Doroszewski at the creation of Great Dictionary of Polish Language; Andrzej Rogowski, the author of chemistry secondary school course books; Eugeniusz Pelcer, a mathematician; Jan Popek, the painter who taught art. The high school has a strong position in national rankings. In the school year 1997/98 "Unia" was ranked eighth in the 4th Ranking of Prize-winning Schools in National Subject Competitions (Olimpiada) compiled by Polish National Commission for UNESCO. In the school year 2001/02 it was ranked first in Lublin, with 13 prize-winners and 8 finalists of the national subject competitions (olimpiada), tournaments and artistic events. In 2002 the school was awarded the Golden Shield (Złota Tarcza) as the winner of the ranking for the best high school in Lublin. In 2003 we joined the action "School of great class" under the auspices of the President of Poland Aleksander Kwasniewski.The alumni, such as: writers Anna Kamieńska, Julia Hartwig, Hanna Malewska, Rev. Alfred Wierzbicki, Marcin Świetlicki had a significant contribution to the development of Polish culture. Among more than 9 thousand alumni there are names of well-known politicians: Teresa Liszcz and Andrzej Pruszkowski, as well as artists: Bożena Adamek, Beata Kozidrak, Janusz Józefowicz, Jerzy Klesyk, Artur Popek, Magda Sztejman-Lipowska, Krystyna Głowniak the Master of Polish Language 2002.

In order to link its glorious past with the bright future, "Unia" continues the tradition of classical education: it shapes social culture and creativity of its students. In order to achieve that purpose many initiatives have been created at this school, such as: Talent Promotion Club, numerous optional courses, "Kantylena" choir, school newspaper "Sensor", journalism workshops, The Club of School Debates cooperating with the Foundation of Youth Enterprise. Theatrical workshop is conducted by the actors of Juliusz Osterwa Theatre: Jacek Król (Gustaw-Konrad in "Dziady") and Bartosz Mazur. Students interested in foreign languages participate in the international students' exchange programmes with partner schools in Germany, Israel, Ukraine, Slovakia and Hungary as well as in Socrates Comenius programme. Students keen on computers are offered European Computing Driving Licence and access to the Internet in subject classrooms, computer laboratories as well as in the school hall. The school organizes subject trips to museums, galleries, theatres, scientific institutes, in Poland and abroad. Since many years our students have become the finalists and prize-winners of national subject competitions (olimpiada) in Polish, philosophy, history, religion, art, biology, ecology, chemistry, physics and all kinds of linguistic competitions, as well as many other: mathematical, economic, literary, declamatory and linguistic competitions. Apart from these, the students of "Unia" have also achieved excellent results in sport events: volleyball, basketball, speed skating, table tennis and athletics. Daily work of the school is keenly supported by our students' parents. The most praiseworthy ones are awarded a medal for the outstanding service to Unia Lubelska General High School.

"Thinking about the future"

We want to prepare the youth for the life in the modern information society; therefore we are transforming the library which has already been computer-based into a multimedia information center. The students using three computers in the reading room have an access to the plentiful and updated library resources by means of computer-based library catalogues. In the school year 2002/03 "Unia" got a new Internet laboratory and multimedia computers in the reading room.

"Kantylena"

Choir Founded in 1993 it consists mainly of the students of our High School. The founder of the Choir was Małgorzata Nowak, who is now its Art Director and Conductor. She is the graduate of the Musical Academy in Wrocław and works as a lecturer at the Artistic Department of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. The permanent collaborator of Kantylena Choir is Agnieszka Orzeł. The choir has performed a wide-ranging repertoire. It has shown its masterly skills in both religious and secular music as well as a capella performances, early music ("Ave Maria" by J. Arcadelt, "Missa Brevis" by A.Lotti), Romantic compositions ("Abschied vom Walde", "Te deum" by F.M. Bartholdy), contemporary classical compositions (H.M. Górecki, J.Świder, A.Jasiński, "Messa alla settecento" by W. Menschrick), Polish folk songs, gospel and spirituals. The most significant artistic achievements of the Choir: - winner of the Silver Tuning Fork Award at the National School Choir Contest in Bydgoszcz in 1996, 1997 and 1999;

  • Participation in the 5th International Choir Festival in Oskarshamn (Sweden) and Eurotreff Festivals in Germany in 1997, 1998 and 1999;
  • Participation in concerts of the Polish Union of Choirs and Orchestras: Ars Chori, Triduum Cecyliańskie , Spring and Fall Choir Meetings;
  • Participation in prestigious concerts together with Lublin State Philharmonic Orchestra (the world premiere performance of "The Star of Hope" by M. Mazurek);
  • Concert tour to Italy, including the performance for the Pope John Paul II;
  • Concert tour to Hungary (Debrecen)
  • Winner of the Gold Tuning Fork at the National School Choir Contest in 2002.

"Kantylena" Choir honours the school ceremonies by their performances, including the School Anthem: "Tradition tells us to remember the old days And those who were the first to enter Unia gates".

"Let's join our hands to prove the rule, That knowledge, honour and friendship are the symbols of our school."

Autorzy tłumaczenia: mgr Magdalena Błaszczuk i mgr Wojciech Jastrzębski