The Ministry of Education and Science officially declared the American College of Sofia "an innovative school" for its project Integrating technology into the learning environment through the use of Chromebooks and the Google Classroom platform.
The construction of the new student center is now under way. It started off with a ground breaking ceremony on September 21, 2016, an event, organized by ACS and America for Bulgaria Foundation (ABF), among the official guests of which were the Ambassador of the United States of America, the Honorable Eric S. Rubin, Deputy Minister of Education and Science Mr. Diyan Stamatov, Deputy Minister of the Interior Mr. Tsyvatko Georgiev, Deputy Mayor of Sofia Municipality Dr. Todor Chobanov, ACS and ABF trustees, faculty, partners, friends, many parents, as well as the full student body.
We are pleased to announce that Fibank has taken interest in supporting independent projects of ACS students, and has made a generous donation towards developing student initiatives. All student clubs as well as individual students are eligible to apply for project funding. Students have already received information about the application procedure and deadlines, and are encouraged to follow all updates.
Due to a generous donation by an American philanthropist, families from outside of Sofia are eligible for an additional tuition reduction. Families may now apply for tuition reduction on the combined cost of tuition and housing.The amount of the tuition reduction will be calculated according to the combined amount of tuition plus room and board.


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18 May, 2018 / Friday @ 5 PM
ACS Campus

Keynote Address: Prof. Ivo Petrov, invasive cardiovascular surgeon
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One of the ways we celebrate the quarter century of ACS renaissance is the completion of the first new construction on its historic campus.
The Departmental Awards were presented to students of the Class of 2018 at their Senior Dinner, held on May 17, and the special awards - at their Commencement Ceremonies the following day.
Ninth-grader Todor Kiurkchiev decisively won the National Round of the Astronomy Olympiad with 54 points. He ranked top in the country in the 9th-10th grade category.