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American Community School of Athens

129 Aghias Paraskevis Street, 152 34 Halandri, Athens, Greece
Tel: (+30) 2 10 639 3200
Fax: (+30) 2 10 639 0051
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President - Stefanos Gialamas
Principal, Middle School - Mary-Ann Augoustatos
Principal, Elementary School - Dina Pappas
Principal - Antonia Hapsis-Ladas
Chair, ECIS Guidance and Counseling Committee and Director of Student Services - Peggy Pelonis
Director of Finance - Stefanos Kakaris

Full time:   16 men, 72 women
Part time:   0 men, 7 women
Nationalities:  9   CURRICULUM AND EXAMS:

:   US, International, IB

Age Range: 4-18
Total Enrolment: 860
Nationalities: 59
466 boys, 394 girls
Elementary School: 329
Middle School: 189
High School (Academy: 342

Day only: € 6520-€ 12524
Other Fees: Registration €850; Transport €1225; Capital Assessment €250 pa
Learning Support Programme
The American Community Schools of Athens is a private, non-profit, pre-K-12 institution, governed by a 15-member Board of Trustees (12 that are appointed and three that are elected by the parents) which has served the children of the American, international and local communities in the Athens area for over 60 years. Guided by a strong vision of high expectations rooted in solid values, the school's policies and practices governing curriculum design, teaching practices, operating procedures and human interactions are shaped by the values implicit in its mission statement: ACS Athens is a student-centered international school, embracing American educational philosophy, principles and values. Through excellence in teaching and diverse educational experiences, ACS Athens challenges all students to realize their unique potential: academically, intellectually, socially and ethically -- to thrive as responsible global citizens.

From junior kindergarten through grade 12, the learning experience at ACS-Athens has been designed to develop each student's creative and critical thinking skills; life-long learning habits; sound scientific and mathematical aptitudes; ability to express him/herself clearly orally, in writing and through the arts; knowledge of the other cultures; appreciation for the value of the study of the past; mastery of the tools of technology; physical well-being; sense of responsibility; and citizenship and leadership skills.

Following are some of the colleges and universities acceptances for our 2010 graduates: in the United States: Barnard College of Columbia University, Boston College, Boston University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Drexel University, Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, New York University, Northwestern University, Pepperdine University, Princeton University, Stanford University, Tufts University, University of Mary Washington, University of Virginia. In the United Kingdom: Exeter College, Imperial College London, Kingston University, Leicester University, Loughborough University, The University of nottingham, University College London, University of Bath, University of Edinburgh, University of Kent, University of Liverpool, University of Nottingham, University of Plymouth, University of Surrey, University of Warwick, University of Westminster, University of York. Other Countries: American University of Cairo, American University of Paris, Concordia University Canada, Universite' Laval in Canada.