We are an inclusive academic school that focus on achievements and results which guarantee graduation and entry to universities.
Our school follows a modified English National Curriculum designed to provide a well-balanced education, which caters to students’ needs, and encourages the development of their full potential as citizens of tomorrow. We offer:
a wide choice of subjects at GCSE, IGCSE, AS and A-Level
- fully equipped Biology, Chemistry, Physics, D&T and ICT laboratories
- Art, Music, Drama rooms and a fully functioning Library
- American Academy School Leaving Certificate (Apolytirion) approved by the Ministry of Education and recognised by universities worldwide
- Entry to the best universities of the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, as well as those of Cyprus, Greece and Europe
- Excellent pastoral care, careers guidance and counselling
- A wide range of extra curricular activities including the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh International Award
|11-12||KEY STAGE 3||1|
|14-15||KEY STAGE 4||4||GCSE/IGCSE (+AS-Level in Greek/Russian/French)|
|15-16||5||GCSE/IGCSE (+ A-Level in Greek/Russian/French)|
|16-17||KEY STAGE 5||6||AS-Level|
This stage comprises of the first three years of secondary schooling normally known as Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 (in the UK referred to as Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9), when pupils are aged between 11 and 14. During this stage the core curriculum is compulsory for all students and includes the following subjects: Art, Drama, English Language, English Literature, French, Geography, Greek/Special Greek, History, Information Communication Technology, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Education, Science, Personal and Social Education.
In Class 3, when students choose their subject options for the following year, every effort is made to offer as broad a range of subjects as possible from the Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 curriculum, and students are guided by the school counsellor and careers advisor to make informed and balanced choices.
These two years (Class 4, Class 5) offer a program of courses that prepare students for the International GCSE and GCSE examinations. Every student must take English Language and Mathematics as well as a language option. A further four optional subjects are chosen from a broad list which currently includes Art, Accounting, Biology, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, English Literature, French, ICT, Geography, German, Greek*/Special Greek, History, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Russian.
The American Academy is one of the few schools that enables students to complete their AS-Level in Greek in Class 4 and A-Level in Class 5, two whole years ahead of time. Therefore providing students the opportunity to graduate with up to 5 A-Level qualifications.
At this stage (Class 6, Class 7) each student constructs an individual programme track of AS/A2 level courses which ultimately lead to General Certificate of Education Advanced Level Qualifications (known as GCE A-level) and Apolyterion subjects from a very wide range of options.
Students may choose one of three programme tracks to study:
- A-Level Intensive Track
- Apolytirion Track
- Combined Track
Subject Options Include:
A-Level subjects: Art, Accounting, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Drama, Economics, English Literature, French, History, Information Communication Technology, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics.
Apolyterion subjects: Business & Marketing, General Science, Politics, Critical Thinking & Ethics.