The Open House on October 4 has been cancelled.
Dear ACS Alumni:

The alumni run AFAC is recruiting new members. If you join the team you could be working on:

- providing accountability and transparency on use of donations to alumni;
Attention ACS students: if you would like to participate at Science Fair 2014-2015, please read the guidelines below and prepare your documents on time.

Please note that the deadline for submitting Form 1 is October 17, 2014.
I am pleased to announce that the next President of the American College of Sofia will be Richard (Dick) Ewing. Dr. Ewing will assume the presidency on July 1, 2015 upon the retirement of our current President. Dr. Paul Johnson gave the Board of Trustees notice during the last school year that he intended to retire on June 30, 2015, after a 40 year career in education in the US and abroad. Paul has shared that he and his wife, Teresa Monicken, consider their time at ACS and in Bulgaria one the most rewarding experiences they’ve ever had.
We are proud to announce that Ivan Badinski '10 was the Valedictorian speaker for the Williams College's 225th commencement on Sunday, June 8. Four years ago Ivan Badinski '10 gave the Valedictory address to the ACS Class of 2010.


Upcoming Events

English language courses and language programs for all ages start on October 11. Sign up now with the ACS External Programs Office: tel. 974 41 44, 434 10 12, 434 10 10 or email
Information about the upcoming university visits is posted in Academics-What's New in College Counseling.
Mind that the info is preliminary and some of the university representatives may make some adjustments.


Latest News

On September 15th students, teachers, and many parents gathered together to celebrate the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.
Victor Kouzmanov from the ACS Class of 2014 is the only competitor representing the American college of Sofia in the 45th International Physics Olympiad in Kazakhstan. Victor was so kind to answer a few questions:
Konstantin Karchev from the ACS Class of 2015 won a silver medal at the International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Sucaeva, Romania. The event took place between August 1 and August 11 and brought together almost 200 students from India, Singapore, Iran, Russia, Romania, South Korea, and many other countries. Konstantin’s impressive result of 89,12% not only brought him a medal, but made him the only Bulgarian with a trophy from this year’s Olympiad.

Congratulations to Konstantin Karchev and his amazing Physics teachers!