The Public General School of Anoixis  (Athens) is a public secondary school and the language of tuition is Greek Our school was founded in 2004 in Anoixi to assist the refugee students from the  North region of Anoixis. The school has over 250 students, with the students coming from about 2-3 different ethnic backgrounds and from 4-5 different regions from the outskirts.

Anoixi (in Greek, Άνοιξη, meaning “spring”) is a suburb in Attica, Greece  just about 23 km north of Athens. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Dionysos, of which it is a municipal unit.

Our school is placed very close to the Olympic Municipality of Acharnes (in the city of Acharnes was located the olympic village in the Olympic Games of 2004), a village in a rural area historically low motivated towards education, mainly because of an easy access to unqualified jobs. However, the short distance to the capital city of Athens is creating residential areas where the population increases as its own variety.

A large amount of students are coming from Greek immigrants (most from Albania and countries from ex Soviet Union ), country people, civil servants, middle and working classes, social minorities at risk of exclusion (like gipsy communities), altogether with some students with specific needs, we have a mixture of pupils with many different social interests, backgrounds and cultures that gives us a special complexity as an educational institution. Lately the regional Board of Education has included this institution in a list of schools operating in special difficulties.