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Give the Gift of Community and Honor Someone Special with Name-A-Seat

Give the gift of community and legacy!
Give the gift of community and legacy!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year; a time for family, joy and hope for the future.

As many agonize over the perfect gift for those that matter most, ACS Athens is offering a unique idea that bestows a unique honor on the recipient AND makes an important impact for the school and students.

Through the Name-A-Seat initiative, donors can honor someone important for as little as €250.00, depending upon the location of the seat selected.

Imagine having a seat named after your child, a loved one, an unforgettable teacher or even an entire class of alumni.

When ACS Athens alumna and current parent Helen Cris (class of 1994) heard about the opportunity, she was eager to honor her mother and late father with a seat, especially given the pivotal role her mother played in supporting her love of performing by attending every single play, musical, forensics tournament, talent show and choir performance.

“The theater is a place where we can all gather, feel part of something bigger and celebrate each other. That is what being part of the ACS Athens family is about,” explained Ms. Cris. “I can’t think of a better place to honor someone who inspired you during your formative years.”

The proceeds from ‘Name-A-Seat’ will be used for new classrooms and technology equipment.

Please contact Sheila Bouri, Head of Development at to learn more about Name-A-Seat and to give the gift of community and memories.

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