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Admissions

Admissions Policy

The Grammar School Admissions Policy applies to academically able and promising students irrespective of ethnic background, colour or religion.

Applications & Placement Examinations

If there are places available in Classes 2, 3 and 4, Placement Examinations are conducted at the School premises.  Parents should contact the School for further details regarding the availability of places.

For entry to Class 5, students are required to have followed similar International GCSE syllabi at their previous school. For entry to Class 6, students will be considered on the basis of their International GCSE or GCSE performance.

Note that for all classes, students need to submit their school report or transcript with a grade of 75% or higher, with passing marks in all subjects and ‘Excellent’ conduct.

Candidates are required to register for the Placement Examinations at the School.

You will need:

Details of arrangements for the day of the examinations are provided upon registration.

Placement Examinations for the Academic Year 2024-2025: To be announced

These examinations are for Classes 2, 3 and 4

Entrance Examinations

The Grammar School’s Entrance Examinations for the academic year 2024-2025 have been scheduled to take place on Monday, 4 March 2024 at 3:30pm at the School premises. The Examinations will be in Greek and Mathematics for Greek Speakers and English and Mathematics for English Speakers.

The last day for registration for the Entrance Examinations is Thursday 29 February, 1:00pm.

You will need:

  • a completed application form
  • €120 application fee
  • a photocopy of your child’s birth certificate
  • one recent passport sized photo

Applications may be submitted at the School reception or online.

Reception opening hours are Monday-Friday, 8am-3:30pm.

Open Afternoon

An Open Afternoon will be held at the School on Saturday, 17th February 2024 at 11:45 am (Presentation starts a 12:00), to explore the ideal academic programme for your child.

Meet us in person, see the school facilities and gain an insight into our Academic, Athletic and STEM programmes. These incorporate new technologies and are tailored to suit each child’s needs. You may also explore the many clubs and activities our students are involved in.

For more information please call Tel. no. 22695695

Scholarship Schemes

  1. Scholarships are merit-based and awarded annually according to a student’s academic performance and conduct.  At the end of the academic year the student who has achieved the highest general average overall in their year will be awarded the 1st scholarship for the next academic year.  The student who has achieved the 2nd highest general average will be awarded the 2nd scholarship for the next academic year and so on.  Students must maintain a general average above 90% in order to qualify for the scholarship system.  Scholarships are not transferable.

Scholarships are awarded to the first ten students as follows:

1st: 100% of the tuition fees
2nd: 75% of the tuition fees
3rd: 60% of the tuition fees
4th: 50% of the tuition fees
5th: 40% of the tuition fees
6th: 30% of the tuition fees
7th: 20% of the tuition fees
8th: 20% of the tuition fees
9th: 20% of the tuition fees
10th: 20% of the tuition fees

In addition to Academic Scholarships, student-athletes who are involved in the Grammar School Sports Programmes are also eligible for scholarships ranging from 30% – 50% discounts on the tuition fees on the Basketball, Tennis, Track and Field and Swimming Programmes and up to 100% scholarships for the Football Sports Programme (in collaboration with Liverpool). Several sports scholarships are available for each of the 5 Sports Programmes. These scholarships vary depending on the number of athletes participating each year.

2024 Entrance Examinations Application Form

Contact Admissions

Tel: 22695695