EU Education Xenion: providing an unforgettable education experience

Xenion: providing an unforgettable education experience

Xenion aims to provide an unforgettable educational experience.

Since its foundation in 1980, it has grown into one of the most innovative and successful education providers in Cyprus.

The school’s philosophy is simple: To provide world-class international education, by combining exceptionally high-quality teaching with a deep understanding of their students and their personal needs.

The school does this in a welcoming and enriching environment, where students are free to develop their potential, both academically and personally.

Students are taught by outstanding teachers and supported by a talented welfare and support team who are experienced at guiding pupils, allowing every student to fulfil their potential.

The supportive yet challenging learning environment creates well-rounded individuals, who thrive both within the classroom and beyond.

  • Exceptional modern school premises with programmes designed to meet the needs of students
  • Highly qualified teachers who use innovative methods to help students excel in their academic studies
  • One-to-one support from Tutors
  • Development of personality and character through a broad curriculum
  • Extensive use of technology; Parents’ Portal for direct and constant communication, teaching of Robotics, E-learning
  • Among the top schools in Cyprus, based on IGCSE and A’ Level results
  • 50+ extra-curricular activities and clubs
  • Disciplined environment
  • Specialist Higher Education advisers who guide students through each step of their university application journey
  • 100% progression to University
  • Developing 21st century citizens who distinguish themselves in knowledge, ethos, and character

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