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John Paul II High School in Tarnów

 

John Paul II High School in Tarnów

IV Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Jana Pawła II w Tarnowie
Location
ul. Norwida 22
33-101 Tarnów

Coordinates
Information
Type Public
Established 1945
Headmaster Marek Smoła PhD
Website

John Paul II High School in Tarnów ((pl) IV Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Jana Pawła II w Tarnowie) is a high school in Tarnów, Poland. The school was established in 1945.

Headteachers

  • Janina Dembowska 1945-1946
  • Jan Grela 1946-1950
  • Jan Padlewski 1950-1951
  • Aureliusz Dziunikowski 1951-1970
  • Barbara Słowik 1969-1970
  • Czesław Sterkowicz 1970-1990
  • Anna Skórska 1990
  • Władysław Węgiel 1990-2007
  • Marek Smoła 2007-

Notable graduates

References

  • Official website
  • Czesław Sterkowicz: IV Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Stanisława Anioła w Tarnowie, Tarnów 1975
  • Feliks Kiryk i Zygmunt Ruta (ed.): Tarnów. Dzieje miasta i regionu. Tom III - lata drugiej wojny światowej i okupacji hitlerowskiej oraz Polski Ludowej, Tarnów 1987
  • Maria Gazda (ed.): IV Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Stanisława Anioła w Tarnowie. 50-lecie 1945-1995, Tarnów 1995
  • Maria Sąsiadowicz; Ewa Stańczyk; Barbara Sawczyk (2004). Tarnowskie kalendarium od VIII wieku do 2004 roku: (wybór ważniejszych wydarzeń).  
  • Marek Smoła: IV Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Stanisława Anioła w Tarnowie 1945-2005: Szkoła i ludzie: zarys monograficzny, IV LO i Gimnazjum nr 10 w Tarnowie-Mościcach, Tarnów 2005, ISBN 978-83-922879-0-2
  • Bartosz Marciniak; Aleksander Strojny (2007). Tarnów: perła renesansu.  
  • Andrzej Niedojadło (2010). Encyklopedia Tarnowa: miasto od 1330.  


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