Our 50th anniversary
Campion School is celebrating its 50th anniversary this academic year. Established with a handful of children in September 1970 by American philhellenes Thomas and Betsy Shortell, Campion has metamorphosed into a school of 600 plus pupils from all over the world and is now housed in its own purpose-built premises in Pallini, eastern Attica.
Fifty years on, however, the atmosphere and the ethos remain the same. Campion prides itself on its warm, welcoming atmosphere, its academic and moral values and the continued commitment of its staff. We hope some of that comes through in our 50th anniversary video here.
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Campion during lockdown
Campion pupils and staff have done an amazing job of adjusting to online learning at home owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’d like to take the opportunity here to showcase some of the truly creative work being done by Campion pupils and teachers; we thank our staff for its commitment to the school and our pupils for rising to the occasion with excellent results!
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Welcome to Campion's virtual tour!
We realise that, owing to the pandemic, many of you who would normally prefer to pay us a visit are unable to at this time. We hope this 360 tour of the school’s premises is helpful and will give you a general feeling of what Campion looks like physically.
Our registrations for next year are continuing online with Skype interviews and entrance examinations. Please click here to read the information on our admissions page and to submit an inquiry.
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