We are flexible if you cannot commit to 3 days a week. We have a number of students involved in other after school activities that attend 1-2 times a week.
Our highly qualified and experienced teaching staff comes together to provide our community’s children with knowledge of their heritage and Greek language. The staff adjusts the curriculum to the needs and abilities of our children who come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Our curriculum consists of conversational skills, culture, reading, religion, writing and dance. Our main focus is conversational skills and we spend a great amount of class time focusing on real life situations students can relate to.
We also offer preparation to students for the Ellinomatheia Exam. The Ellinomatheia is a certificate of attain- ment in Modern Greek and is an official certificate by the Greek Ministry of Education given to candidates who successfully complete oral and written exams in Greek. There are six levels (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2)
The A1 exam is for students ages 8-12 and we encourage for all of our Greek School students to take this ex- am prior to completing our Greek School program.
In addition to this, students perform dance at a number of church and city events throughout the school year.
The first day of Greek School is scheduled for Wednesday, September 11th we will meet in the Greek School at 3:30 and head to the Church for Agiasmo.
We will have a brief meeting following Agiamso and ask for parents to be in attend- ance.
Please register by August 20th in order to have books in on time for the first day of classes.
If you have any questions regarding the Greek School program you can contact Princi- pal Dina Kalaitzidis at email@example.com.
We look forward to working with your children this year! Upcoming Performance:
International Festival Sunday, September TBA