Welcome to Greek School at the Hellenic Education Center
of Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Church
We are currently enrolling for the 2022-2023 School Year! Please join us as we seek to innovate and energize our Greek School offerings!
Go to Greek School / Enrollment (stkhec.org) for further information.
Our aim is to prepare our students to advance academically and get involved socially and emotionally with the Greek culture.
Developing future leaders and responsible citizens is part of our curriculum in the following domains:
1. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
2. Effective Oral and Written Communication
3. Curiosity and Imagination discovering new knowledge
We are commited to providing high quality of education for the learners of the 21st century offering Ellinomatheia preparation classes from A1 to Γ1 Levels.
We are offering new programs this year and we seek to continue to provide innovative offerings for our school:
TUES Conversational 5:00-6:30pm (held virtually online), FR 5:00-7:00pm, SAT 9:30-1:30 & Adult Classes TUES 5:00-7:00pm, TH 7:00-9:00pm
We are also going to be offering weekly HW Help and an Ellinomatheia Prep class to help students with their homework and preparation for Ellinomatheia.
Our mission is to lead with the Greek language in today's world as we teach about the treasures of the Greek civilization!
We are proud of a great heritage!
"A mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled..." (Plutarch)
Διαβάζω Δυνατά reading campaign completed its first round for the school year 2018-2019. We will continue strong when we return back in September, with many new titles and a lot of surprises! What Are U Reading this week?
"Διαβάζω Δυνατά" campaign has reached week 9!! Below you can find the books each class picked. What Are U Reading this week?
When we look back on our childhood, many of us have fond memories of being read to, of snuggling up and enjoying a favorite story with the people who love us.
We all have our favorite books from childhood, ones that set the tone for our imaginations and that bring back memories of home when we remember them. What was your favorite story as a kid?