Penny Gryparis, Anna Georginis, Christina Theodoropoulos, Maria Kontogouris, Evagelia Contoguris, and Georgia Kontogouris are our teachers.
The St. George Greek School offers a well-rounded, academic Greek education to students from preschool (age 4) through high school. There are two semesters per academic year. Our program offers students opportunities to speak, read, write, sing, and recite poetry in Greek. Additionally, our program includes lessons in Greek history, geography, mythology, customs, and traditions. Our goal is to offer programs that nurture a love and understanding of the Greek language, heritage, and culture. In the 2016-2017 school year, sixty students completed the St. George Greek School program. The Greek School teachers are native speakers and experienced educators who are patient, loving, and passionate about imparting Greek heritage to new generations. Preschool students must be 4 years old when classes begin on September 16, 2017.
As always, classes are held Saturday mornings from 10:00am to 12:00pm. Fees per semester: One child $230, Two children $350, Three children $400. Starting September 2017, a $30 per child yearly book fee will be added to the tuition. Tuition and book fee payable upon registration.
We look forward to welcoming your family to our school.
Afternoon classes available throughout the week for children and adults. Please call the parish office.
The Glorious Prophet Elias (Elijah); Synaxis of the Russians who were perfected in France: Protopresbyter Alexios Mednedkov, Presbyter Dimitrii Klepinin, Mother Maria Skobtsova, her son Yuri Skobtsov, and Ilia Fondaminskii; Mother Maria Skobtsova, New-Martyr of France