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Get Involved

There are many ways to become involved with the School. What's your passion? Whether it is an archaeological dig or a classical sculpture, the American School opens a window onto one of the greatest cultures ever created. See how you can participate below.

Visit our Agora or Corinth Excavations

Our two home excavations and their associated museums reveal the breadth of history and culture from the glory of Ancient Greece through the Byzantine era. We can also show you first-hand the campus and treasures of the School, available on a limited basis. 

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Travel with the School

Travel with the School

Once a year, the School offers a trip for friends of the School with top scholars covering the unique history and landscape of Greece. Call the development office for details.

Attend or Host a “Conversations with the American School” Event

Attend or Host a “Conversations with the American School” Event

Held in select cities throughout the United States and abroad, these conversations present topics, themes, and people that are at the heart of our mission. Past locations include New York, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; Washington, D.C.; Bethesda, Maryland; Wilmington, Delaware; and Naples, Florida. Please join us!

Annual Galas

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens and Gennadius Library host their annual Gala to benefit the mission of the School. Each year, we celebrate Greece’s rich heritage with the Hellenic world’s most influential leaders and scholars and honor those who have made significant contributions to the study of Greek culture. Please click this link to be added to our mailing list.

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Attend an Exhibition at the Makriyannis Wing, or a Lecture or Concert in Cotsen Hall

If you find yourself in Athens, the School offers a full schedule of lectures, events, and exhibits, many of which are open to the public.

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Support the Work of the School

The American School represents the best of North American scholarship and education in Greece, from antiquity to the present. Please consider donating to our Annual Appeal.

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Contact Nancy Savaides in our Development Office at or 609-454-6810 for more information on these opportunities to become further engaged with the School.