11th Grade 3rd term examinations

11th Grade 3rd term examinations


Presentation Invitation


Dear 10th Grade Parents and Students,

We are pleased to invite you to the online presentation of the




On Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 at 6:30pm


This presentation will be important and informative

for the program and subject selection for Grades 11-12


We look forward to seeing you all online

Ms. Lea Pateras

IB Diploma Programme Coordinator


RSVP by Tuesday, May 5th, 2020


Spring Break

Dear Parents and Guardians,

We hope this email continues to find you healthy and safe at home with your families. We would like to remind you that the Spring Break for Primary, Middle & High School starts -as per the ISA calendar- on Monday, April 13th. Online classes will resume, as scheduled, on Monday, April 27th.

The Melina's Spring break starts on Wednesday, April 15th and classes resume on Thursday, April 23rd.

We would like to wish you and your families all the best in these trying times.

Kind regards,

Dr. Spiros Molfetas

on behalf of the Steering Committee

IB update

The IB organization announcements and any new updates relevant to the IB Diploma and IB courses May 2020 session are posted on the following link:

COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) updates - International Baccalaureate®

13 March 2020 COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus) updates. As we continue to monitor the situation for members of the IB community who are impacted by COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus, we will update this page with developing news and actions that are being taken to support and protect our community.


School Update

Dear parents,
We hope that you and your families are safe in these trying times. Please see below update regarding our activities.
  1. It is too early for us to know or estimate the total duration of the school closure. Please note that this measure has been mandated by the Greek government and applies to all schools in Greece, both public and private. We do not have any control over these decisions, and we continue to coordinate with the Ministry of Education to ensure that we are aligned with the most up-to-date government policies during these extenuating circumstances.
  2. We have taken adequate measures to ensure minimal disruption to our students by being one of the first schools in Greece to roll out the online learning classroom. We have continued to deliver our learning program online through Microsoft’s Teams platform, combining both synchronous (face-to-face) and asynchronous (out of classroom) learning practices since the first days of school closures (Friday, March 13). Our online classes were initially being delivered for 4-6 hours per day during the first weeks of school closures. Since March 23rd, we have scaled these up to full 8-hour days, consistent with our regular learning program, and we have been tracking student participation. The online learning program is being delivered to the majority of our students (for grades 5-12). Due to the inherent challenges in delivering online learning to our younger students, we shifted the focus of our learning program for grades 1-4 towards asynchronous activities (such as PowerPoint presentations, out of classroom assignments and coursework). We already expanded our activities for those grades, from March 26 onwards, by complementing asynchronous offline learning with synchronous online learning between 2-3 times per week through Microsoft’s Teams platform.Now we introduce through Teams the teaching of Moderrn Greek as well as the foreign languages within a fortnight.
For students at Melina’s 4 (Kindergarten and PreK ) .We agreed with the Kindergarten teachers that will make face time calls 3x per week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). The Greek teachers will make face time calls 2x week (Tuesdays and Thursdays).The students will be contacted in small groups or individually according to the individual needs. Parents will be able to ask questions regarding the assignments and any other assistance they require.
For the students it will be nice to see their teachers and they can show the work they have been doing.

Please note that based on the current international academic literature as well as based on our teachers’ practical experience, the preparatory work required for online learning classes is significantly higher compared to traditional face-to-face learning. Specifically, preparing for one hour of online learning classes requires three to four times the level of effort and time in terms of preparatory work by the teachers compared to the level of effort required for face-to-face learning. The delivery is more intensive, and the use of technology requires discipline by both the teacher and the students.
  1. Lastly, we would like to assure you that we are doing our best to continue delivering our learning program with the same passion, diligence, commitment and professionalism that we have exhibited to date. We are aiming to alleviate some of the pressure stemming from this crisis for both our students and parents by continuing our activities and we are pleased to see the vast majority of parents supporting us in this effort.
Best regards,
Spiros Molfetas
On behalf of the Steering Committee

IB May exams 2020 will not be held

Dear IB DP Grade 12 candidates and parents,

The IB organization has announced that the IB Diploma exam May 2020 session will not be held. Please see relevant letter from the IBO. Further information about assessment will be shared with students and parents before March 27th.

Lea Pateras
IB Diploma Coordinator


SAT cancellation

Students who had registered to take the SAT at the International School of Athens test center on Saturday March 14th 2020 are advised that the exam will not take place. The collegeboard has cancelled all exams in all test centers throughout Greece. Please contact the collegeboard directly to change your registration to another date.


Important Announcement

Dear Parents and Guardians,

According to the recent announcement by the Ministry of Health, all educational institutions will be closed starting tomorrow, Wednesday, and for the next 14 days.

More details will follow tomorrow as to how our students will proceed with their schoolwork.

Best regards,

Dr. Spiros Molfetas


On behalf of the Steering Committee

IB Diploma results

The International School of Athens is proud to announce the excellent achievement of the ISA IB Diploma students in the May 2019 examination session.

Passing Rate: 90%

Highest score: 43 points

School Average: 34 points

18% of the candidates achieved 40 points and above. We would like to congratulate all our graduates for their success and wish them the best of luck as they set off to study at prestigious Universities worldwide.

Congratulations to all students, parents, faculty and staff for the remarkable results!


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