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‘The Greek Plays’ Vs the University of Chicago Press

For more than half a century students of Greek drama have been turning to the University of Chicago Press's The Complete Greek Tragedies for...

Advocate of Greek-American Education Honored

“Education is the kindling of a flame not the filling of a vessel” Socrates, Greek Philosopher (470 B.C. – 399 B.C.).  A unique educator...

Dr. John Siolas to Be Honored by Greek Teachers Association Prometheus

Dr. John G. Siolas will be recognized for his service as past president  of the Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus" at their Fortieth Anniversary Luncheon.  The...

Academy of Hellenic Paideia: Inspired By Children, Driven by Passion

Academy of Hellenic Paideia's approach to education is unique and innovative with students not only learning Greek, but immersing into Greek culture.

Archimedean Upper Conservatory Among Top 20 High Schools in the US

The Archimedean Upper Conservatory, a charter school focusing on Greek studies in Miami, was ranked the 16th most challenging high school in USA according to...

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Awards €16m in Grants

On April 29, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) presented its new round of grants in the areas of arts and culture, education, health and medicine,...

Hellenic Paideia of America Meeting and Christmas Celebration a Success

      A meeting of the Hellenic Paideia of America organization was held on Sunday afternoon, December 29th in Queens, New York. The members discussed...

Teaching Greek4Fun to the Next Generation

Gamification is the infusion of game design techniques, game mechanics or game style into anything to solve problems and engage audiences. When Taylor Overbey and...

The Archimedean Academy Model for Teaching Greek: A Worldwide Dream

As the former President of the American-Hellenic Institute, Miami lawyer Aleco Haralambides had a stake in promoting Hellenism, but says his biggest hope now...

Local Theater Troupe in Texas Brings Greek Mythology to Life

Theater can be a powerful teaching tool. One woman from Austin, Texas is bringing theater to many schools to bring Greek Mythology to life. Judy Matetzschk-Cambell...

Greek America Foundation’s Spring 2012 Scholarship for Study Abroad in Greece

The Greek America Foundation announced the Hellenic Legacy Scholarship for college students participating in study abroad at DEREE – The American College of Greece...

1st U.S. Independent Orthodox Christian College Opens in 2011

St. Katherine College is the first independent Orthodox Christian College in the United States. It announced recently that it would begin accepting student enrollment applications for...