Hi there, I am moving to Athens later this year (2023) and bringing my 16 year old son with me. I would love any feedback, please, on the British International Schools in Athens as the reviews I am reading are quite mixed and so some on the ground experiences would be amazing! If anyone has any feedback, good or bad, on St Lawrence's, Byron College or St Catherine's I would be SO grateful. Many thanks in advance, best wishes Nicola
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Hi Nicola, I've just had a quick look at some Google reviews for St Catherine's, Byron College and St Lawrence. and they are mostly awful, but I don't expect this is a true reflection of the school. Some appear to be written by disgruntled pupils, or perhaps parents who simply can't write. Have you looked at any other British schools in Athens. What about Verita International School ? They have a secondary school, which takes International school students up to age 18. veritaschool.gr