Alumni Reunions

Every year reunions of Pierce graduating classes are organized to celebrate the completion of 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 years since their commencement. Graduates of these classes have the opportunity to reconnect with both former classmates and the school, and to celebrate this event all together.

For further information, contact the Office of Development & Alumni Relations:
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: 210 6009800, ext. 1379, 1037

Upcoming Reunions

There are currently no upcoming reunions.

Recent Reunion Highlights

Pierce Class of 1998

Friday, December 21, 2018, 19:30, Pierce & Kipos Restaurant
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Pierce Class of 2008

Thursday, October 4, 2018, 19:30, Pierce Theater & Cafeteria
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Reunion of Pierce & Pierce Upper Classes of 1948-1958-1968

Thursday, November 29, 2018, 19:30, Pierce Theater & Cafeteria
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Pierce Class of 1988

Thursday, October 4, 2018, 19:30, Pierce Theater & Cafeteria
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Pierce Class of 1988 Reunion; An evening to be remembered

More than one hundred 1988 Pierce class alumnae came back to school, for their 30th anniversary on October 4, 2018. Classmates reunited, celebrated their friendship, and recalled memories of the past at the place where it all begun.

The classmates were warmly welcomed back to their School by Ms. Maria Laina, Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations, as well as by their former Pierce professors: Ms. Sofia Antonopoulou, Ms. Dimitra Giannopoulou, Mr. Periklis Fotopoulos, Ms. Georgia Marketos, Mr. Dimitris Kaloulis, Ms. Daliani Panaitsa and Ms. Gini Deligiannis. Ms. Laina extended her appreciation to the class and their professors for honoring the School once again with their presence. She also briefly referred to ACG’s ambitious strategic plan and campaign, “ACG 150: Advancing the Legacy; Growing Greece”.

As the College approaches its 150th anniversary, it aims to materially impact the Greek economy through a series of strategic initiatives. The plan, developed in collaboration with McKinsey & Company, triangulates Greece’s greatest economic opportunities with the School’s greatest strengths. As the School seeks the support of alumni and friends to continue evolving and to produce graduates who will succeed in Greece and beyond, the role of the alumni is an important one.

Mr. George Tziros, currently a professor at Pierce, warmly welcomed the class alumnae who were his students during his initial academic year at Pierce, and talked about the School’s evolution and new initiatives. Alumnae Xenia Lamnatou, Mara Chrysovergi, Anastasia Dimitriou, Dora Economou,and Yanna Tzanidaki, in an emotional address, reminded their classmates of their love for their School, but also of the impact it had on their personal and professional development.

The Pierce Ambassadors offered a tour of the School and the alumnae were amazed by the many changes, namely in the classrooms, labs, athletic facilities, but also at the introduction of the new IB program! The tour ended at the Cafeteria, where a delightful reception took place. The alumnae were excited and emotional. They took many photos, laughed, danced, laughed again, and did not stop smiling! Many years may have passed since graduation, yet the happy memories never wear out.

We wish to warmly thank the Class Committee members: Connie Banteka, Dora Economou, Chara Frygana, Monika Gatsinou – Bertou, Sofia Koroneou, Xenia Lamnatou,  Athina Messari, Katerina Papachristou, Christina Papadaki, Maria Petridou, Eliza Sideri,  Sophia Treka, and Myrto Sotiropoulou who created a heartwarming video full of memories and flashbacks to moments of strong friendship. The committee’s hard work guaranteed the success of the event!

The response of the alumnae made it clear; there is nothing better than having friends for life, and a school to love! We wish the Pierce Class of 1988 the best!