Apply for Admission to ACS Athens
|APPLICANTS||Entering||For Period||Apply by|
|1st Semester||3rd week of September|
|2nd Semester||by the end of January|
|No applications accepted|
(Jr-K - Grade 5)
• based on availability
(Grade 12 only from American curriculum schools)
|Rolling Admissions||by the end of 3rd quarter
• based on availability
6th Grade Restriction for students with limited knowledge of English:
Applicants from domestic or international schools with limited or no proficiency of the English language, can only apply up to 6th grade.
8th Grade Restriction for Domestic students:
(effective from Academic Year 2019-20): Applicants from domestic schools can only apply up to 8th grade
IMPORTANT: New ACS Athens Families Only
Please fill in the information as completely as possible.
Failing to disclose accurate information may result in delay of processing and/or decline of admission.
A non-refundable application fee must be paid upon submission (100€ for the first child, 50€ for each additional child). Please see payment options here. NOTE: The application will not be processed without a paid application fee.
Create a USER ACCOUNT (New Families Only):
In order to proceed with an Application, you need to have a USER ACCOUNT in our system.
Please complete all required fields in the form below to request USER ACCOUNT in order to submit an application for your child.Click to proceed / Create a USER ACCOUNT »
Existing ACS Athens Families
Existing families in our school wishing to submit an application for a new student, must log in their Family Access account in Skyward and select "New Student Online Enrollment" from the left menu.
Student's Personal Statement (applying for Grades 6-12)
Please attach your personal statement in English with this application. Your essay should be hand-written and consist of a short autobiography and a statement of your hopes and plans for the future, especially what you expect to gain from an American school experience in general, and from ACS Athens in particular. This is a good way of introducing yourself to the school, so please express yourself clearly and meaningfully.
Along with this application, parents must attach a signed statement in English or Greek, describing the particular circumstances that prompted you to choose ACS Athens.
What are the specific factors of your decision? What are your expectations from the school? Please explain any frequent change of schools, abnormal grade fluctuations or family environment issues that may affect the student's performance. Is there any information that the Admissions Committee must take into consideration while deciding on admission of your child?
Please note that all disclosed information will be kept strictly confidential.
Send Required Documents
To submit any required documents for this application, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is highly recommended that all application material be submitted promptly as students are accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.
ACS Athens gives registration priority to its existing students, returning students and the children of our alumni.
ACS Athens reserves the right to communicate directly with the previous school(s), before or after admitting a student, for verification purposes.
Financial Responsibility Disclaimer: Force Majeure
The obligations of the School under this Agreement may be suspended immediately without notice during the periods that the School must close of Force Majeure events including, but not limited to, fire, acts of God, war, governmental action, terrorism, epidemic, pandemic, outbreaks of infectious disease, any other public health crisis, or any other, even beyond the School’s control. If such an event occurs, the School’s duties and obligations under this Agreement may be suspended or postponed until such time as the School, in its sole discretion, may safely re-open. A Force Majeure event will not entitle the parent(s), guardian(s) or other financially responsible party/parties to a tuition refund. The aforementioned explicitly waive their claims of unjust enrichment.