Pythagoras Greek School (PGS/PSGS)
Greek School, a must for every Greek Orthodox parish, is the vehicle that creates the Greek identity in the minds and the souls of our children and is important for the existence of the Greek Orthodox Church. The purpose of the Pythagoras Greek Schools is to promote Greek language, the Hellenic culture and our Greek Orthodox Heritage. Our goal is to create a feeling of love for the Greek civilization and most importantly, to generate a sense of pride for our religion and heritage.
Pythagoras Greek Schools offer two programs; PGS - Monday & Wednesday classes and PSGS - Saturday classes.
PGS ranges from Pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade and takes place twice weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. For more information contact email@example.com
PSGS ranges from Pre-school (3 1/2 years old) through sixth grade and takes place Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. In addition, we offer a "Teen Track" program (Grades 7th and 8th) which prepares students for the Ellinomatheia Certificate. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students are taught reading, writing and speaking Greek as well as religion, mythology, history and traditional Greek Dances. Each grade level has its own teacher to ensure that all students realize exceptional progress throughout the school year. Our teachers have many years of teaching experience in Greek parochial schools and are highly qualified to teach Greek as a second language.
Registration Materials 2019-2020 - NEW THIS YEAR!
- STEP ONE - Please CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP for a registration appointment.
- STEP TWO - Complete your Registration Form - DOWNLOAD HERE.
- STEP THREE - Before your appointment, stop by the Church Office to verify/complete your 2019 Stewardship.
- STEP FOUR - Bring all your completed paperwork to your registration appointment.
School Calendars 2018-2019
The PTO's main mission is to support the Pythagoras Greek School by helping to maintain communication and cooperation among parents, teachers and administrators. The PTO also raises funds for supplemental educational materials and learning tools. They also organize cultural and recreational programs and activities that encourage and promote Hellenism. The PTO has general meetings on a monthly basis and encourages and welcomes all parents to attend and participate in our organization and support our programs and events. The PTO has general meetings on a monthly basis and encourages and welcomes all parents to attend and participate in our organization and support our programs and events.
2018-2019 PTO Board
Athena Kalaras, President (M/W - PGS)
Theo Alexandrakis, President (Sat. - PSGS)
Lia Papadopoulos, Vice-President (M/W - PGS)
Maria Matsas, Vice-President (Sat. - PSGS)
Christina Georgis, Secretary
Angie Thanopoulos, Treasurer
Kaliopi Tsioupros, Communications