The present diplomatic project deals with the planning of a school group in Volos, specifically in a region of unmixed residence that constitutes an extension of the city centre. The site has an area of 19.428 sqm. and it hosts today the ‘PanCypriot School’ that was built in 1956, as well as a kindergarten in the south area. However the site was considered naked and available, while its segregation in departments and the bulky architecture of the existing building did not keep pace with the objectives of the proposal. Our initial aim was, therefore, the confrontation of the whole site and the creation of a group of buildings that will utilize the area and the boundaries of the site as much as possible and will function as an organism. Our second objective was the creation of a school that would be addressed to the whole community (Community school), thanks to the existence of a library, theatre, swimming pool, PC centre. For this reasons the solution of a school-village (campus) was selected, that constitutes a micrograph of the city and is developed on the site based on the mapping of the surrounding urban landscape. The buildings that constitute this micropolis, are unified thanks to a uniform canopy that constitutes substantially repetition of the ground at +9.50 meters (multiple levels). Moreover, the segregation of clear school functions (rooms for teaching) from those that would be addressed to all members of community was desirable. Thus the communal functions were placed on the ground level buildings and clear school ones on the first floor. The segregation is obvious thanks to two different vocabularies that dictate the organization, the one of the ground’s (that is organized perimetrically of the site following a development of the limits) and from the other the first floor level (that is developed on a conceivable sub system of streets that resulted from lining out the road network perimetrically). The differentiation of the two levels is also highlighted with the use of different materials (fair-faced concrete for the ground floor buildings, steel for the first floor level ones), in order, finally, two much similar, as much as different systems to be created (ground - ground floor, canopy – first floor), that meet, without however being attached.