Aí, gamoto, I can only find advertisements from one school, the one named after a 'Christian saint and virgin, who was martyred in the early 4th century at the hands of the pagan emperor Maxentius.' (with thanks, as ever, to 'Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia') This school is widely regarded as excellent. I'm sure, escapeagain, that you will already have located and digested its very positive inspection report from ISI - nothing I have heard about the place leads me to believe that the inspection team got things wrong back in December 2010. Even a soundly established school like this, will not be immune to the economic battering the host country is taking, but frankly if this one goes under then Greece itself and the whole EU are kaput, finis, acabados, dead dawgs. Which may yet happen, although I number myself among the cautious optimists, and even if the worst does come to the worst there'll always be a Shanghai... Whether you want to enjoy a front-row seat at an 'interesting' time for the Greeks, is a matter for you and will depend on circumstances - are you single, solvent and up for absolutely anything, or do you have a non-teaching spouse, three lovely infants, an elderly mother who worries about you, a Siamese cat called Mai Tai, a parakeet called Perce and a mortgage on a mansion whose value is gently declining back in Basigstoke? As above: I'd be optimistic that you would come out of Hellas financially and physically unscathed, having enjoyed working in a 'top tier' school. But you never know, do you ? - which is what makes this life so delicious.