Welcome, once again, to the part of the magazine that is written by you, the reader. This time, it is students from the Miguel de Cervantes secondary school in Warsaw. The lyceum was founded in 1947, and in 1991 adopted the name of Miguel de Cervantes, the author of Don Quixote and other classics. It was in that year that the school introduced into its curriculum the first ever Spanish/Polish bilingual classes in Poland. Upon graduating, students have the possibility of attaining a "double Matura" - in Polish and Spanish called "Titulo Bachillerato." The school cooperates closely with the Spanish Embassy in Warsaw and they had the honour, in 2001, of hosting a visit from King Carlos I and Queen Sofia, accompanied by the Spanish Premier, Jose Maria Asnar.