Recent legal changes in the education sector have paved the way for the Institut Francais in Thessaloniki to accept all pupils, as the noted school until recently was open only to French nationals.
Institut Francais director Julien Chiappone-Lucchesi told the ANA-MPA on Thursday that many parents have expressed an interest in enrolling their children.

The French school is supervised by the French ministry of education and follows the French education system without losing touch with the corresponding Greek one. 

The Institut Francais de Thessalonique was founded in 1906 and is part of a network of 100 schools and 40,000 pupils worldwide.