Pierce College is a six-year co-educational high school accredited by the Greek Ministry of Education and the equivalent of a national public school. The language of instruction is Greek. It was founded in 1875 by American Christian missionaries as a primary and secondary school for girls in Smyrna, Asia Minor, and gradually expanded into higher education.

Deree College, the undergraduate division of The American College of Greece, is an American liberal arts college in Athens, Greece, accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The College offers a bachelor of arts in dance, economics, English, history, history of art, music, philosophy, psychology, and sociology; also a bachelor of science in business administration, with concentration in accounting and finance, management, marketing and computer information systems. A full range of supporting services includes a fully-automated College Learning Center, social and cultural activities, and outstanding physical education facilities.

The Junior College was established in 1994 as a separate two-year division of The American College of Greece. Two main types of academic programs are offered: those leading to the associate of arts in liberal arts (A.A.) and the associate in business (A.Bus.). These associate degrees qualify a student to enter the work force or provide the opportunity for students to acquire the skills necessary to pursue a bachelor's degree. The program operates at the Downtown campus, a state-of-the-art, climate-controlled, custom-designed, comprehensive educational facility.

The American College of Greece is the oldest and largest independent American-sponsored school in Europe with over 20,000 alumni and currently enrolls over 8,000 students in its three divisions

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