The Athens College-Psychico College Conservatory is an independent unit of HAEF, operating after the HAEF Schools' regular school day. 


All Conservatory activities begin two weeks after the HAEF Schools’ regular classes begin. 

Detailed information about the programs can be found at:

Registration – Annual Tuition Fees

Registration forms can be submitted:

Registration is valid only after the Registration Form has been completed and signed and payment has been made as specified on the Registration Form and the Foreign Languages Center Rules & Regulations, copy of which the Parent has received and has accepted by signing the Registration Form.

Classes will run provided there is a sufficient number of enrollments.

Tuition Fees

Musical Instrument Instruction **€ 1.420
Musical Instrument Instruction (Grade 1 & 2 Elementary)€ 1.000
Qualifying Examinations€ 180
Final Examinations€ 400
Diploma Examinations€ 450
Conservatory Examinations€ 450


(**) In order to continue its efforts for the creation of a symphonic orchestra for Athens College students attending the Conservatory, HAEF provides a tuition fee discount for the instruction of orchestra instruments up to the Lower level. The discount is continued, from the Lower level upwards, as long as students are regularly participating in the “College Symphony Orchestra”. If not, tuition fees are paid in full.

Tuition Fee Payment

Registration (following acceptance of the registration form on behalf of HAEF) is completed upon payment of the specified fees as outlined below. You will receive an invoice by email from the School’s Accounting Office that will include an individual payment ID thereby allowing you to pay via Web Banking or in person at one of the partner banks (National, Alpha, EUROBANK, and Piraeus) within the first 10 days of November 2022.

  • Tuition fees up to 750€ are paid in full within the first ten days of December 2022 upon receipt of the invoice with your individual payment ID.
  • Tuition fees over 750€ are paid in two (2) equal installments (1/2 of the total amount due during the first 10 days of December 2022 upon receipt of your individual payment ID, and the rest of the amount within January 2023).

Late Registration – Course Change

Students who have not registered within the prescribed time period may request to register after classes have begun; however, registration is subject to space availability and the terms and conditions that will be specified by the Secretariat. It is possible for a student to change the day of the week that he/she will attend class, only if the Parent submits a written request within the first two (2) weeks of the Program’s operation.

School Bus Transportation

For the convenience of students enrolled in Special Programs course, late afternoon school bus service is available that runs along designated routes, with specific bus stops, as designated by the Transportation Office.  Final bus routes/schedules are established once registration is over, at which time bus fees are determined.  Applications to sign up for school bus service are submitted by parents directly to HAEF’s Transportation Office.  Kindly note that applications for school bus service outside the designated bus routes will not be accepted by the Transportation Office.  Due to limited spaces, applications for school bus service are strictly accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Course Withdrawal

If a student withdraws from a course by Monday, November 7 2022, a written request for withdrawal is submitted and 15% of the annual fee is due.

In the event that a student withdraws from Monday November 7, 2022 onwards and until Friday, January 27 2023, a written request for withdrawal is submitted and 50% of the annual fee is due.

In the event that a student withdraws after Friday, January 27, 2023, a written request for withdrawal is submitted and the full annual course fee is due.

Special COVID-19 Terms:

HAEF is obliged to strictly observe all precautionary measures aimed at preventing and containing the spread of the new coronavirus, as prescribed by the National Public Health Organization and the Ministries of Education & Religious Affairs and Culture & Sports, as they relate to the operation of primary and secondary schools, other educational institutions and athletic facilities. 

All participants of the Special Programs are to strictly follow and comply with indicated protective measures (use of face mask, keeping social distancing etc), according to the instructions given by EODY, other state authorities as well as the HAEF policy. 

Information regarding Personal Data

For students enrolled in HAEF’s Special Programs, information on the types of data collected, how it is processed and used, as well as how it is protected can be found online at  (in Greek). 

Rules and Regulations
HAEF Schools Rules and Regulations apply to the operation of the Athens College Conservatory. Upon submission of the Registration Form, parents are informed of the specific Conservatory Regulations (appendix A of the Registration Form), whose acceptance is a prerequisite for the student’s enrollment in the special program of his/her choice.