The Vocational School (EPAL) of the American Farm School combines both high quality general education and professional training in the field of Agronomy, Food and Environment, in a stimulating and challenging real-world environment.
The program includes:
The 10th grade follows a general program of study, with special emphasis on understanding fundamental scientific concepts and providing general knowledge, which is necessary for the continuation of studies in more specialιzed areas.
Students have the opportunity to explore and innovate through creative and research activities utilizing the School’s library, computer and science laboratories, and the educational farm. The morning program is complemented by subjects related to the field of Agronomy, Food and Environment: Agronomy & Sustainable Development, Principles in Economy, and Health Education.
The 11th grade consists of general education courses, but with greater emphasis on the field of Agronomy, Food and the Environment. Students expand their knowledge of the field, with all subjects taught in the classroom, laboratories, and on the farm.
In addition to the general curriculum, 12th grade is divided into specialties within the field of Agronomy, Food and Environment. Students choose from the following specializations:
At the end of 12th grade, EPAL students are awarded a high school diploma either through internal examinations or by sitting the Pan-Hellenic Examinations (required for further study at a Greek university).