Established in 1908, it remained open until 1939. It was located at 5 Miodowa Street since 1923; earlier, it had had its seat at 1 Miodowa Street. In the 1930s, it was known as the High School No. 100. It was also called the Szymon Kryński Eight-Grade Boys’ High School (1918–1924); the Magnus Kryński Boys’ High School Maintained by Szymon Kryński (1924–1933); the Magnus Kryński Boys’ High School Maintained by Michał Kryński (1933–1937).

In 1926, it was maintained by Szymon Kryński, with Michał Kryński serving as school principal. At that time, it specialised in mathematics and science. The language of instruction was Polish. It had eight grades, including two preparatory classes. It was partially recognised as a state high school and received full accreditation in 1931.

In 1926, it had 10 classes with 290 pupils (boys’ high school).

In the 1930/1931 academic year, the school had 326 pupils in 10 “departments” (classes). Of those, 33 were in preparatory classes, 100 in lower grades, and 193 in senior grades. The tuition fee for one student ranged from PLN 600 to 1,260. In a preparatory class (Grade 0), it amounted to PLN 600–720. In junior grades (Grades 1–3), it was PLN 928–1,152, while in senior grades (Grades 4–8), it was PLN 1,220–1,260.

The school staff (and the subjects they taught) included:

  • Berebejczyk Izrael (b. 1880) – Singing;
  • Bergazyn Róża (b. 1895) – Polish Language;
  • Berkman Izaak (b. 1879) – Hebrew Language;
  • Berman Berko (b. 1879) – Calligraphy;
  • Bunikiewicz Witold (not Jewish) – Polish Language;
  • Dzwonkowski Włodzimierz (not Jewish) – History;
  • Fabrykant Lula (b. 1892) – Secretary;
  • Gałecki Karol (not Jewish) – Introduction to Philosophy;
  • Gołaszewski Władysław (not Jewish) – Drawing;
  • Gutkowski Tadeusz (not Jewish) – Physics;
  • Handelzalc Eljasz (b. 1878) – Hebrew Language;
  • Iliński Aleksander (not Jewish) – school doctor;
  • Kamicka Maria (not Jewish) – French Language;
  • Kobyliński Tadeusz (not Jewish) – History;
  • Kryński Michał (b. 1888) – Chemistry, Physics;
  • Lorens Jan (not Jewish) – secretary;
  • Niemczyński Julian (not Jewish) – Polish Language;
  • Piryński Arseniusz (not Jewish) – Natural Sciences, Chemistry;
  • Rorman Emilja (not Jewish) – German Language;
  • Rozensztadt Joachim (b. 1882) – Mathematics;
  • Seiden Zygmunt (b. 1887) – Drawing;
  • Śmiśkiewicz Zofia (not Jewish) – Natural Sciences;
  • Szpacenkop Rachela (b. 1897) – Singing;
  • Vollfrost Helena (b. 1893) – Polish Language, Mathematics;
  • Wiejowski Leon (not Jewish) – German Language;
  • Wolfke Ludomir (not Jewish) – Mathematics;
  • Zaleski Karol (not Jewish) – French Language;
  • Ziomkiewicz TeofiI (not Jewish) – Geography.

Source:

  • Spis nauczycieli szkół wyższych, średnich, zawodowych, seminariów nauczycielskich oraz wykaz zakładów naukowych, Warsaw–Lviv 1926, p. 251.
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