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“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”
-Socrates-

Our Curriculum

St. Luke’s Greek School operates every Tuesday from 5:00-7:00 pm. We offer 10 levels (Pre-K thru 8th Grade) in addition to an adult class which began within the last few years. Specialized courses are also provided for the Greek Proficiency Certification Exams (Ellinomatheia) by the Greek Language Center in Thessaloniki.

 

Our educational program focuses on Communicative and Task-Based Language Teaching. This kind of approach is based on students’ needs and interests. It also reflects real-life situations, making the lessons relevant to the students' personal lives.

In addition to our educational materials, our school makes a special reference to the Greek Orthodox Church, Greek History and Geography, and Greek Culture.

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Pre-K to 5th Grade

At the lower levels, emphasis is given to teaching the Greek Alphabet, the syllables, simple words and vocabulary that is used in everyday life.

At the Pre-K level, the books "Τα Ελληνικά μου", provided by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, are used as the main source material in a PDF format.

 

Levels K-5 use the digital platform and the books "Γεια Χαρά" by Papaloizos’ editions.

6th Grade to 8th Grade

At the higher levels, emphasis is given to teaching the four skills – Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking.

The higher levels use the digital platform and the books "Κλικ" by the Greek Language Center in Thessaloniki.

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Good to Know

Weekly assignments, homework, and supplementary materials are posted on the Google Classroom platform.

Parents & Teachers

The experienced teachers at St. Luke's Greek School are always available to discuss the progress and wellbeing of students with their parents. The teachers adapt very well to each year’s challenges and work to make St. Luke’s Greek School a fun and productive place to learn the Greek language.

Celebrations & Events

Assemblies take place annually to celebrate Christmas, Greek Independence Day, and the end of the school year. Parents and other family members participate while the students recite poems, skits, songs, and dances. Many  events, such as Apokries, take place to cultivate the Greek culture and tradition.

Thank You!

St. Luke’s Greek School is always very proud of our students' efforts, progress, and achievements! We thank all of the parents for their help and support throughout the many years of our Greek School.