Student Admissions into Junior High School grade 7, High School grade 10, and International Baccalaureate Programme Year 1

Admission into these grades is by WRITTEN EXAMS in Modern Greek, Mathematics and English.

 

Each of the three disciplines (Modern Greek, Mathematics, and English) will be graded on a scale of 100 points, with 50 points being the passing score.  Students will be admitted strictly on merit, based on the cumulative score achieved in the Modern Greek, Mathematics and English exams.  Students who do not achieve a passing grade in any one of the three disciplines are automatically excluded.  Final scores will be announced to parents in writing and no appeal for test retaking or review will be considered.

The Administration places successful candidates into one of the two HAEF Schools, in Athens College or Psychico College, based on the availability of spaces in each of the two Schools.  In so doing, priority is given to siblings of current students.

Students will complete their schooling in the same school in which they are placed at the time of admission.  A change in school can only take place if a student who has successfully completed Athens College High School grade 10 opts to join the International Baccalaureate (I.B.) Programme which is administered by Psychico College.

 

ADMISSION FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

 

Admission exams for students seeking a place in Junior High School grade 7, High School grade 10, and International Baccalaureate Programme Year 1 for academic year 2020-2021 will take place on

 

Saturday, March 7, 2020

 

from 08:30 until 13:30, at the College facilities in Psychico

 

Applications for sitting the exams will be accepted through Friday, February 28, 2020 provided that the amount of 120 Euros has been paid in advance at the College Accounting Office (Psychico campus).

 

The application must be accompanied by a recent photograph of the applicant (passport size) in order for an Exam Identification Card to be issued.