Anatolia College

PO Box 21021, 555 10 Pylea, Thessaloniki, Greece

Founded by American missionaries in Merzifon, Asia Minor, Anatolia moved to its current, 45-acre campus in 1924. Seeking to combine Greek and American concepts and methods, the school follows a curriculum approved by the Greek Ministry of Education that leads to a traditional high school diploma. Greek is the language of instruction, except for English, art and computers, which are taught in English. Alternatively, students may pursue the IB Diploma in grades 11 and 12, which employs English as the medium of instruction. A boarding program houses boys and girls from around the world, as well as from Greek towns and villages; the latter generally attend on scholarship.

General Information

Academic OrientationCollege Prep, IB Diploma
Grade RangeBoarding and Day — Coed Grades 7-12
Coed, Boys, or GirlsCoed
Full AddressPO Box 21021, 555 10 Pylea, Thessaloniki, Greece
Telephone30-2310-398-201
Fax30-2310-332-237
Year Established1886
Legal StatusNonprofit
Religious Affiliation(None)
AdministratorHans C. Giesecke
Total Enrollment1,206
International Baccalaureate ProgramsDiploma
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