Medical Assessment Documents

Medical Assessment Documents for HAEF Elementary Schools

At the time of registration for the upcoming academic year, students’ parents must provide the following medical assessment documents to the School unit in which the student is enrolling:  Personal Student Health Card and Medical Certificate affirming the student’s fitness to participate in all School sports (including swimming).

 

Personal Student Health Cards (ADYM) (ref. Φ.6/1094/80261/Δ1/20-5-2015 Ministry of Education circular) are valid for three years and are, therefore, submitted in Elementary School grades 1 and 4. 
Medical Certificates are required for students who participate in competitive sports or matches and are only valid for the academic year in which the student is enrolling. 

 

Additionally, at the time of registration in Elementary School grade 5, a Cardiac Screening Evaluation is required for those students who participate in competitive sports or matches.

 

Required medical documents per grade:

Elementary School Grades 1 & 4:  Student’s Personal Health Card & Medical Certificate

 

Elementary School Grades 2, 3 and 6:  Medical Certificate

 

Elementary School Grade 5: Medical Certificate & Cardiac Screening Evaluation

 


ATTENTION:

  1. Medical specialists who may complete and sign a student’s Personal Health Card and Medical Certificate are pediatricians or general practitioners – and in special instances, pathologists or cardiologists.  

Personal Health Cards and Medical Certificates signed by physicians of other specialties will NOT be accepted.

Cardiac Screening Evaluations required of students enrolling in Elementary School grade 5 may only be conducted and signed by cardiologists.

 

  1. Failure to submit the required medical documents before the start of the academic year will result in the student’s exclusion from Physical Education classes.

     

    Medical Assessment Documents can be downloaded and printed from the attached files, else they can be requested from the student’s respective School Secretariat.

     

     

    Medical Assessment Documents for HAEF Junior High & High Schools

     

    At the time of registration for the upcoming academic year, students’ parents must provide the following medical assessment documents to the School unit in which the student is enrolling:  Personal Student Health Card and Medical Certificate affirming the student’s fitness to participate in all School sports (including swimming).

    Personal Student Health Cards (ADYM) (ref. Φ.6/1094/80261/Δ1/20-5-2015 Ministry of Education circular) are valid for three years and are, therefore, submitted in Junior High School grade 7 and High School grade 10. 
    Medical Certificates are submitted annually as they are only valid for the academic year in which the student is enrolling. 

    Required medical documents per grade:

    Junior High School Grade 7 and High School Grade 10:   Student’s Personal Health Card & Medical Certificate

     

    All other Junior High School, High School and I.B. grades:   Medical Certificate


    ATTENTION:

    1     For Junior High School grade 7 through High School grade 10, the only Medical specialists who may complete and sign a student’s Personal Health Card and Medical Certificate are pediatricians or general practitioners – and in special instances, pathologists or cardiologists.
    For High School grades 11 and 12 as well as IBDP 1 and 2, students’ Personal Health Cards and Medical Certificates must be completed and signed by either pathologists or cardiologists.

    Personal Health Cards and Medical Certificates signed by physicians of other specialties will NOT be accepted.

    Cardiac Screening Evaluations required of students enrolling in Elementary School grade 5 may only be conducted and signed by cardiologists.

     

  2. Failure to submit the required medical documents before the start of the academic year will result in the student’s exclusion from Physical Education classes.

 

Medical Assessment Documents can be downloaded and printed from the attached files, else they can be requested from the student’s respective School Secretariat.