Student Life in English

Students Visit Ireland for SAIMUN Conference

Fourteen 5th form and IB1 students, along with teachers Ms. Paula Pappas and Mr. Anastasios Gkentzos, traveled to Dublin to take part in the 2019 St. Andrew’s International Model United Nations conference. Anatolia delegates represented Colombia and Lebanon in a variety of pressing global issues, such as the rise of… ΠΕΡΙΣΣΟΤΕΡΑ

Welfare Club Visits Mt. Athos

Nineteen 4th form students, all members of the Welfare Club, run by Aristotelis Papaioannou, visited the monasteries of Mt. Athos to learn about the daily life of monks and this alternative form of social solidarity. The group left Anatolia for Ouranoupoli, where they boarded the boat to the Docheiariou monastery.… ΠΕΡΙΣΣΟΤΕΡΑ

Romeo and Juliet Together (and Alive!) at Last

Eighth-graders Pete Saltz and Anabell Stackpoole are in love with each other, but terribly shy, so shy that they can’t even look at each other, let alone speak. To bring the two together, classmates Ed Sitrow, Lucy Neblet, Priscilla Black and others decide to stage a performance of Romeo and… ΠΕΡΙΣΣΟΤΕΡΑ

English Forensics Tournament

Anatolia continued its strong dedication to forensics in this year’s Annual Panhellenic Forensics Association Tournament, held at Mandoulides School from March 28 – 31. Forty-one Anatolia students competed among over 450 students from 19 schools in Debate, Group Discussion, Impromptu Speaking, Oratory, Dramatic and Comic Oral Interpretation, and Dramatic and… ΠΕΡΙΣΣΟΤΕΡΑ