Zespół Szkół Ponadgimnazjalnych Nr. 1
The school offers the following courses:
b) mechanic technician
c) motor vehicles technician
d) economic technician
e) trade technician
f) hospitality technician
g) tourism operator
3. vocational school: a 3-year course; professions:
b) car mechanic
The school has over 600 students and 66 teachers.
Our school is an educational institution with over 60 years of tradition. The school not only teaches, but also develops the interests and talents of students, taking into account their individual abilities. It employs well-prepared teaching staff (66 teachers including 35 vocational training) and has extensive teaching facilities, including in-school workshops, where some students learn their profession.
The school actively cooperates with training centers, enterprises and governmental and nongovernmental organizations in the local community, the region and in the EU countries (Germany, France).
Barlinek is a small town in Myślibórz County, in West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in northwestern Poland.
The town is located in the historic Neumark region on the Płonia River, about 30 km north of Gorzów Wielkopolski. It has 14,162 inhabitants (as of 2009).
The settlement of Nova Berlyn was first mentioned in a 1278 deed, when it was founded by the Ascanian margraves of Brandenburg. It was meant as a stronghold in the newly acquired Neumark region, bordering on the Pomeranian estates around nearby Pełczyce, which the margraves nevertheless conquered soon afterwards.
In the 14th century, the town gained its first fortified walls (still partly visible) and in the first half of the 15th century, the town was under control of the Teutonic Knights. Before and after, the Neumark was part of Brandenburg, which from 1701 on belonged to the Kingdom of Prussia. From the 18th century onwards the town prospered as a centre of brewing and cloth manufacturing.
After World War II, the town with the eastern part of Brandenburg was annexed by the Republic of Poland and renamed Barlinek. The remaining German population was expelled.
Berlinchen is the birthplace of the chess players Berthold (1860-1928) and Emanuel Lasker (1868-1941).