Teaching staff 2017 - 2018


Alexandra Bravou     Principal
Thomais Pilatou         Religion
George Theletritis      Modern Greek, Ancient Greek, History
Julia Papageli            Ancient Greek, Modern Greek, Philosophy
Paris Parsaloglou     Ancient Greek, Modern Greek, Latin, Drama
Vasiliki Stathopoulou    Ancient Greek, Modern Greek, History
Ageliki Xenou                 Ancient Greek, Modern Greek
Leonidas Tourlas         Math
Kostas Skarmoutsos  Math
Christos Ziogos           Math
Peter Ioannidis            Physics
Chrysoula Philippa    Chemistry, Biology
Nick Dais                    Chemistry
Theophania Loukou     French
Emmanuel Ninos         English, History of Art
John Vasiliou           Economics
Cate Antolopoulou   Sociology
Ann-Christine Letsiou    Physical Education
Cate Bisbikou                 Physical Education
Vagelis Tsihlis                 ICT, Physics

The Erasmus dream team 2016-2018


The Erasmus dream team 2016-2018


"International pathways to social inclusion and tolerance"


Visit to Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation [15-11-2016]

On Tuesday, November 15th, 2016, 46 Year 12 students of our high school and four of their teachers visited the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation in Piraeus to attend a lecture on the current refugee crisis.

The presentation was made by Mr Anastasios Yfantis, a social worker of

Medicins du Monde.

We learnt about the causes of the crisis, the history of the civil war in Syria

and the impact of the refugee crisis on our country.

The topic was presented quite vividly and objectively

and a discussion followed, which showed our students' interest.






Participation in the Schulen der Brede art exhibition

Last year, Mr Tourlas, our Math teacher, was looking for a student who would be willing to make a wooden postcard, and I offered to help him.

He told me that this work of art would be presented at a German school (Shulen der Brede), in Brakel, which was hosting an exhibition.

During school year 2015-2016 I took part in a Comenius European Program, where I met a lot of new people and also made new friends. Of course it was an amazing. I wish I could time travel and relive the great experience!

That's why I offered to make the postcard, as I felt it would bring me closer to the whole event.

I admit that it was rather challenging. I wanted to make something unique, which would also reflect its Greek origin. That was when my mother came up with the idea of a "decoupage". I thought it was a brilliant idea, yet quite tricky, as I had never done anything similar in the past. However, I decided to take that risk.

The whole process took me two days. It was worth it, though. The wooden postcard turned out so great and I felt very satisfied!

The woodwork wouldn't look so good without my mum's encouragement and suggestions.


Anastasia Kanta

Year 12   [2016-2017]

A video presentation of our school [October 2016]

"Our country, our city and municipal borough, our high school"


The video was produced and edited by our

grade 12 students

Vasilis Katsis

Xenophon Tountas

Angel Tsouklidis