In the 70’s the Gymnasiums and the Lyceums were not mixed. They were for girls and for boys. In our city there were two Gymnasiums for girls, one for boys and the Zosimaia school. We, as students in our uniforms, with our aprons, with our white collars, preferably embroidered, before we reached “Thileon”, which was in Papandreou Street, we passed the Square and our first stop was the Agricultural Bank. There was the groom market. It was the male students who looked which girl they liked and we, we saw which boy we liked, so that we could then get in touch. After this walk we ended up at our school. Then we went morning and afternoon.