Enver Hoxha Politechnic Academy was a high school in Milan, Italian People's Republic. It was named for Enver Hoxha, an Albanian communist leader. While universally regarded as an excellent school, the fact that its name originated from a backward and incompetent nation made it the object of ridicule among other schools.[1]

Gianfranco Mazzilli and Annarita Crosetti both attended Hoxha Politechnic. Annarita was a member of the Young Socialists' League, and was part of the committee that investigated the Gladiator.[2]


  1. The Gladiator, pgs. 12-13, HC.
  2. Ibid., pgs. 26-28.