Management & Staff

Our students are taught by outstanding teachers, a talented team that understands the Xenion ethos and is experienced at nurturing and guiding students in fulfilling their potential. They not only convey knowledge and skills but also contribute to the personal development of students by displaying a high level of commitment to student wellbeing and pastoral care and by using a wide range of ...

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Curriculum

Years 1-3 In the first three years the School provides a high standard of general education using modern teaching methods and resources. Subjects English History Religious Education Modern Greek Physics Art Classical ...

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Awards

Graduates of Xenion High School obtain: ‣ An Apolyterion (School Leaving Certificate, which is recognised by the Ministry of Education and Culture) ‣ Eight IGCSEs ‣ Four to six A Levels ‣ ICT Literacy Certificate ‣ A second foreign language certificate (German, Russian or French) ‣ International awards, e.g. Duke of Edinburgh ‣ Participation award for international or ...

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Assessment

The school year is divided into two terms. At the end of each, pupils have to sit exams in all subjects. Progress reports are then given to parents to inform them of their children's efforts and achievements. 'Student Profiles' for each subject are given to parents in mid-November and mid-March. These report on pupils’ progress, participation and behaviour. If or when a ...

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School Year

The school year commences on 1st September, with normal lessons starting the following day. The school year is divided into two semesters. The first semester runs from 1st September to the end of December. The second semester starts at the beginning of January and ends in the first week of June (not including final exams). Progress reports are issued after the end of each term. There are a ...

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School Uniform

Xenion High School’s uniform policy is designed to promote equality among students and encourage students to experience a greater sense of school pride, identity and belonging.   The uniform consists of: White shirt or polo shirt Blue trousers (or skirt for girls) Blue socks (white socks to be worn with skirt for girls) Black leather shoes (black trainers are only ...

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Student Representatives

Each year, elections are held to choose officers of the Student Council and form class representatives. Each form class elects a President, Vice-President and Treasurer, who are responsible for organizing class events and representing the views of their classmates to both management and the Central Student Council. The Central Student Council is elected by the whole school and consists of a ...

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Technology

One of the most exciting innovations in modern teaching has been the increasing use of computer technology across all areas of the curriculum. This has, in many ways, revolutionised teaching methods. Xenion High School has embraced new technology because we know that if we seek to create 21st century citizens, we must have a 21st century school. Every classroom at Xenion High School has an ...

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Scholarship Scheme

Entrance Exams Scholarships The first 5 students in order of academic achievement admitted to Year 1 are awarded an Entrance Exam Scholarship. Scholarships for extra-curricular activities 5 Scholarship for extra-curricular activities will be awarded to students admitted to Year 1 for their achievements /participation in local and international competitions, sports, music, art as well as ...

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Examinations

Our school will use this section to give you information regarding school examination procedures as well as information for our external exams. Both of these sections provide general information about exams – should you have more queries please don’t hesitate to contact our Head of Exams Mr Monoyios on 23811080 or via email on [email protected]

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