This building was built in the second half of the 19th century, according to the designs of the architect Periklis Melirrytos and at the expense of the benefactress Angeliki Papazoglou for the education of "poor girls". After the war, it housed the courts of Ioannina. It has been used as a school since the 1970s.
It is a two-storey building, with a basement, that bears neoclassical features and an imposing facade with protruding edges that end at a gable roof. The columns, the Corinthian capitals, the acrocerams and the porch built according to the Doric order give the building a monumental character. Remarkable are the ceiling paintings carried by the central porch on the ground floor, but also on the balcony of the first floor.