The school was founded in 2001 after the union of two schools into one, the 3rd Lyceum (Upper Secondary School) and the 10th Lyceum of Athens, two of the oldest schools of Athens. Later, it was transformed into experimental/pilot school under the name of 2nd Experimental Lyceum of Athens. It was founded in accordance to the decision taken by the Undersecretary of National Education and Religion of that time, Mr Philippos Petsalnikos, responding to the demand of all those who were involved in education in that district. It was considered as and it is the continuity of the 2nd Experimental Gymnasium (Lower Secondary School) of Athens, as, until then, there was not a respective Experimental Lyceum and the Gymnasium graduates had to attend various schools in the area.

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European programs

ERASMUS+ KA2 “Refugees welcome-when numbers become faces” ORGANISING SOCIAL VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITIES FOR FORCED IMMIGRANTS
During the second year of the project the main aim was to raise social awareness, empathy for refugees and asylum-seekers through organizing volunteering activities and including as many people as possible. Read more
ERASMUS+ KA2 “Refugees welcome-when numbers become faces”. Organising social volunteering activities for forced immigrants. Action 3. To collect and donate food and other supplies for Refugees, in Collaboration with ARSIS, Association for the Social Support of Youth
For our Erasmus + Project Refugees Wercome- When numbers become faces the Greek team decided to take action, in order to help the local refugee community. We did many things, from a tournament with refugees to events to sensitize students, one of which was to collect food and other supplies for refugees. Read more
ERASMUS+ KA2 “Refugees welcome-when numbers become faces”. Organising social volunteering activities for forced immigrants. Action 1: Sport in mixed Teams
During the Erasmus + Program Refugees welcome - When numbers become faces our team of students, decided that we wanted to support the refugee community in every way we could. We chose to first face all the discrimination surrounding foreigners with an act of unity, as an attempt to show people that we, as humans, are not as different as we may imagine. Read more
ERASMUS+ KA2 “Refugees welcome-when numbers become faces”. Organising social volunteering activities for forced immigrants. "Eyes of innocence"
Art is considered to be a very effective tool when it comes in delivering social messages and in motivating people to take action. Students made a team responsible to organize for the whole school community a cultural event presenting refugees’ stories through performance (Eyes of innocence): music, dance, theatre. Read more
ERASMUS+ KA2 Refugees welcome – when numbers become faces
During this Erasmus project (2017-2019) students searched the current forced immigrant issue in the world, causes and effects, political approaches, results, the situation on the European Continent, social effects and tragedies. Read more
Visit at the Industrial Chemistry - Polymers Lab of Chemistry Department of University of Athens
On Wednesday March 3rd, a group of students participating in the European Project “European Challenges in Sustainability by Biotechnology” visited the Industrial Chemistry Polymers Lab of the Chemistry Department of the University of Athens. Read more
Common European Activity with Model High School “Evangeliki School of Smyrna”
On Thursday 21-02-2019, a group of students from the 2nd Experimental Lyceum of Athens who participate in the ERASMUS+-KA2 project entitled “Refugees Welcome-When Numbers become Faces” (code number 2017-1-DE03-KA219-035539_3), accompanied by their teachers Eleni Georgiou and Dimitris Mavreas, realised a common activity with the students of A1 class of Model High School “Evangeliki School of Smyrna” and Eirini Arnaouti, within the framework of the subject of English. Read more
Best Practices Dissemination Event (Friday, 21st December 2018)