Admissions Exam 2014 - Results


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Dear Students,

The Student Activities Fund (SAF) is founded by members of the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and the Alumni Fund Advisory Committee (AFAC) at ACS to support student projects, activities, and events. This year SAF has a budget of 2,000 BGN to disburse and the maximum grant per project, activity, or event would be 500 BGN.
Admissions Exam: April 26, 2014

Registration for the exam: December 1, 2013 - April 5, 2014

You can find more details regarding the application procedure and the exam in Admissions-Bulgarian Students Admission after Grades 8 and 9
Due to metro construction works along Alexander Malinov Blvd., as of June 20th, there will be changes in the routes of buses 76 and 111.
The American College of Sofia is pleased to announce a grant of $6,080,000 from the America for Bulgaria Foundation to be used for completion of the first stage of ACS’s facilities modernization plan.


Upcoming Events

As part of the SIHP (Senior Independent Honors Project) program of the American College of Sofia, there are numerous projects every year related both to the ACS community and the world around us.
The spring round of ACS Football season will take place from March 4th through May 30th, 2014. The ACS Open Tournament 2013/2014 will be held from April 14th through April 25th.


Latest News

On April 16, the President’s List Breakfast for the students with the top results during the first semester of the current school year took place. The breakfast was served by Dr. Johnson, President of ACS, Ms. Angelova, Deputy Director, and Mr. Meirick, Dean of Students. The number of students with top results is 95, which is a record for ACS.
The 12th edition of ACS Open Table Tennis Tournament took place on April 12 and 13. The teams of the American College of Sofia, National Trade and Banking High School and 153rd Sports School were competing in the ACS Gym.
New art exhibition shown in the small Art Gallery in Sanders Hall presents works by 8th and 9th graders from regular and elective art classes at the College.