The Grammar School

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MUNAH 2018 Applications
Tuesday, 26/09/2017
Annual Cocktail Party 2017
Thursday, 21/09/2017
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Following a nomination by Microsoft, The Grammar School proudly announces that it is now recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School for 2014-2015.  The Grammar School has now joined an exclusive group of schools across the world which successfully integrates technology with teaching and learning to deliver more personalized education to ...

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Admissions

The Admission Policy of The Grammar School applies to academically able and promising students irrespective of ethnic background, colour or religion. The Entrance Examinations Committee recommends and the Board of Directors accepts the following regulations:

  1. The School accepts 96 students in 4 classes (24 students in each class) and has a further two classes with students of The Grammar Junior School who are exempted from the Entrance Examinations.

  2. The School’s Entrance Examinations are held on dates approved by the Ministry of Education and Culture.

  3. A student must pass both subjects (Mathematics and Greek for Greek speakers and Mathematics and English for non-Greek speakers) with an average not below 50%. If in either of the two subjects, a candidate receives a grade below 50% then they are considered to have failed the examinations no matter what the grade of the other subject is. Successful candidates may be enrolled as Class 1 students by paying the down-payment which is non-refundable.

  4. Runners-up are considered those candidates who have reached the minimum acceptable general average (in both subjects) as calculated by the Entrance Examinations Committee but are not in the first 96 places and:
    If there are places available, they will be offered to the runners-up as follows:
    80% of the places will be allocated to the runners-up by rank number,
    20% of the places will be allocated to candidates by rank number and who belong to one or more of the following groups:
    i.    have a sibling at The Grammar School,
    ii.    have at least one parent who is a member of The Grammar School Graduates Association,
    iii.    are members of a Cypriot ethnic minority.
  5. If no candidates belong to any of the categories mentioned in paragraph 4, the remaining 20% places will be allocated to the runners-up by rank number.
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