Greek Language School
St. Katherine Greek Language School offers classes for all age groups and all levels.
Mommy and Me class: for children newborn to 3 years of age, this is a 45min class and children learn lots vocabulary and Greek songs through music. We use musical instruments, scarves for movement and a fun parachute. CDs with songs are included with the tuition.
Kavourakia PreK1: for children ages 3-4
Asteries PreK 2: for ages 4-5. T
The curriculum for both PreK1 and PreK2 classes is age appropriate and children learn the alphabet, colors, numbers, animals, day-to-day vocabulary and songs, as well as early reading and writing, through crafts, hands-on-activities, story time and games.
Psaria: for children age 5-7. In this class we use a reading and writing book. Children quickly learn to read and write basic words and simple sentences and are encouraged to use conversational Greek. Crafts, hands-on-activities and games are also part of the lesson plans.
Classes for students age 8+ to Upper Lever classes: For students that are new to Greek all the way to Prep for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek, our classes are structured so that our students can develop their reading, writing and conversational Greek, grasp Greek grammar and prepare for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek. We incorporate fun and creative activities, games and creative writing, and students are encouraged to work in groups in order to communicate with each other.
*In our curriculum we also incorporate Greek history, national and some religious holidays, Greek customs and traditions.
*All our teachers are native speakers.
Class for Adults: We currently have 2 classes for adults, one is at a beginner level, novice 1 and the other novice 2 (higher beginner).
When we are at our physical school, classes meet once a week and are held on:
Saturday from 9:00-9:45 (Mommy and Me only)
Saturday from 10:00-12:00
Friday from 4:00-6:00
During the 2020-2021 school year, all our classes meet virtually.
For more information please contact:
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Celebration of the Feast of the Three Hierarchs and Greek Letters Day