- N: 52° 24' 23.43" E: 16° 56' 4.08"
- Yard, School , Stairs
- Baroque , Renaissance
The facility has been established as a result of combining several tenements in the place of non-existing building of the Jesuit school of XVI century. The contemporary building constitutes a developed seventeen-century school building reconstructed in XVIII century. The shape of the courtyard resembles the courtyard of the San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane church in Rome. The courtyard as well as the façade of the building have been renovated. Numerous architectonic details have been preserved. The courtyard demonstrates perfect acoustics. School rooms in the course of numerous renovations and in the course of reconstruction after the II World War have became devoid of architectonic details. The entrance hall together with the entrance gate face the Gołębia street.