Students and parents


Autumn vacation mo 23 October until fr 27 October 2023
Christmas vacation mo 25 December 2023 until fr 5 January 2024
Spring break mo 19 February until fr 23 February 2024
May vacation mo 29 April until fr 10 May 2024
Summer vacation mo 22 July until 30 August 2024
Other free days
Second Easter day mo 1 April 2024
Ascension day th 9 May and fr 10 May 2024
Whit monday mo 20 May 2024
Year Calendar Jaaragenda

Lyceum Handbook

We have gathered important topics about our school in the Lyceum handbook. Here you’ll find all the information about the organisation, school hours, class timetables, parents’ contribution and school regulations. What can the student council contribute? Why is a parent council important? And what does it do? Naturally, we also have a participation council (MR) so that parent(s)/guardian(s), students and staff have a say in the school.

Lyceum Handbook 23/24

School Program NPO

NPO (National Education Program) was created by the government in response to the corona crisis. The government invests extra money in terms of a compenstion for schools to invest in the social-emotional and cognitive development of pupils and students, and to make up for any delays caused by the Corona virus. The school program NPO is a plan of action in which we specifically describe what Haarlemmermeer Lyceum will do with this money over the next two school years.

School Program NPO


The voluntary parental contribution is €75 per student for each school year. The parental contribution is used to finance special educational activities offered in addition to the regular curriculum, such as cultural events, one-day excursions, and the culture card. The parental contribution is a voluntary contribution. Students are not excluded from participation: all students should be able to participate in programs and extra activities organized by the school outside the regular curriculum, regardless of whether the contribution is paid or not. The voluntary parental contribution does contribute to being able to continue organizing these extra activities. The costs per year level are listed below.

Contribution 23/24


The Haarlemmermeer Lyceum offers various types of support to students and parent(s)/guardian(s). Can’t find what you’re looking for? Then please get in touch with us or check the Lyceumgids tweetalig.

Dyslexia Policy Support Profile School and Safety


Student council
Share thoughts? Participate? Want to have a say in matters that are important to you as a student? Then join the Student Council! When you’re at school, it’s often fun to do more than just take classes. At HLML, you get the chance to share thoughts, to act and talk about matters that concern you as students. 
The Student Council is involved with arranging and co-organising activities that are in the interest of all students and the atmosphere at school. They are also involved in drawing up the student charter. This charter documents all of the students’ rights and obligations. Both students and staff must comply with this document.

Student charter
“Think along? Participate? Have a say in matters that are important to you as a student? Then become a member of the Student Council! When you’re at school, it’s often enjoyable to do more than just attend classes. At HLML, you have the opportunity to think, act, and talk about issues that concern you as students.
The Student Council is involved in organizing and co-organizing activities for the benefit of all students and the school’s atmosphere. They are also engaged in the development of the student charter. This charter outlines the rights and obligations of every student. Both students and staff members are bound by this document.

Student statute

Parent Council
The Haarlemmermeer Lyceum has had an active parent council for many years. The parent council is a contact point between the parent(s)/guardian(s) on the one hand and school management on the other. It has a signalling and advisory function toward the school management. There are approximately sixteen parents on the parent council. Additional information about the parent council can be found in the Lyceumgids bilingual.

Profile Choice and Career Orientation (LOB)

Via the link below (click button) you will find some information about the choice of profiles and orientation for future courses at the further education studies.

Career Orientation and Guidance

PTA & Examination Regulations

Below you will find relevant downloads regarding the exams. Looking for something that is not listed here? Then, please contact us.

*The documents below are in Dutch due to the examination regulations.