A scholarch (σχολάρχης, scholarchēs) is the head of a school. The term was especially used for the heads of schools of philosophy in ancient Athens, such as the Platonic Academy, whose first scholarch was Plato himself. He held the position for forty years, appointing his nephew Speussipus as his successor; later scholarchs were elected ...
Found on


head of a school
Found on
No exact match found