Most frequent questions and answers
Parents are welcome to get involved in our school activities. ASM offers volunteer opportunities that are available throughout the year, such as classroom presentations or event organization. Parents can find out more by contacting the school office.
Parents have daily access to our electronic roll-book, SchoolTool, which enables them to see their child’s progress. Should a parent wish to talk to any of the teachers, they can contact the school office to make an appointment. ASM also arranges Parent-Teacher Days during the school year. We encourage parents to check our Facebook page , Instagram and our website for updates on school activities.
Students from Grade 1 through 11 take MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) tests in Reading, Language Usage, and Mathematics. AP (Advanced Placement) exams are offered in a five subjects. Macedonian students can also take the State Matura Examination.
For students new to our elementary school, particularly those for whom English is not a first language, ASM offers additional ESL classes. The arrangements of these classes are made additionally.
New High School students are required to take an entry test in English and Math and they need to meet the school requirements to be admitted.
Yes, there is a school uniform that is mandatory for all students.
English is our language of instruction.
While we encourage new students to start on the first day of each semester, we may also accept students throughout the school year if they provide us with the documentation from their previous school which clearly states the time of their departure.
We begin accepting applications from February for the next academic year based on place availability.
We are fully accredited by AdvancED, the world’s leading accrediting body, and in April 2018 we underwent our re-accreditation process, being subsequently re-accredited with flying colors!
Our High School (Grade 9 through 12) is fully accredited by the Macedonian Ministry of Education and Science.
American School Macedonia serves grades K to 12.
Absolutely not. American School Macedonia is able to organize after-school classes in all subject areas. We also successfully prepare students for a range of examinations including SAT, IELTS, TOEFL, AP, Cambridge ESOL (FCE, CAE, and CPE). Please feel free to contact the school for more information on ++389 2 3063 265 or mail the school at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday – Friday 8:00 – 16:00
Please call (+389 2 3063 265) or mail the school office to speak with the school administration or to arrange a visit to the school.
The average class size varies between 7 to 15 students.