Xenion High School was set up in order to satisfy the need and to fulfil the expectations of both parents and pupils for quality education. The school aims to respond to the challenges of our times and hopes to enable pupils to make good use of their school years by encouraging them to be creative and productive.
The number of teaching hours for Greek is the same as in State Schools. English, however, is taught to a much higher level than at State Schools. The unique combination of Greek and English curricula offers a greater spectrum of options. Our students can be prepared for universities in Cyprus and Greece as well as universities in European Countries and America.
The beliefs and aims of Xenion High School are summed up in the promotion, through education, of the values and characteristics that should distinguish the new European citizen. Our graduates, being aware of the new realities, having experienced the electronic revolution and having accepted new values, will be able to travel, communicate and work, respecting the values of European culture without losing their own national identity.