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The Weekend Neos Kosmos : 28 January 2017
20 THE WEEKEND NEOS KOSMOS | SATURDAY 28 JANUARY 2017 Malvern, Glen Iris, Caul eld, Carnegie, Chadstone 3B Epping St., Malvern East « » St Catherine’s Greek Orthodox College PRESCHOOL, PRIMARY, SECONDARY, VCE Classes from Preparatory to VCE At the GLEN EIRA SECONDARY COLLEGE, (ELC Building) BOORAN ROAD & NEERIM ROAD (a few hundred meters away from the Greek Orthodox Church of St. Catherine) Providing high-standard Greek education which will enable your children to become exemplary Greek - Australian citizens. Long history and teaching experience with excellent results in all school levels including VCE. Lessons commence: Friday 3 February: Secondary - VCE Saturday 4 February: Primary Enrolments continue We would like to congratulate all our students for their great e ort throughout the year, as well as the parents for their help and support both at the lessons and our school. For further information contact: Konstantinos Dimaras 9592 9233, mobile: 0400 592 921 or the church on 9563 6623 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Constantinos Dimaras Principal DIGITAL.NEOSKOSMOS.COM LEARNING GREEK IN 2017 Why choose South Oakleigh College? South Oakleigh College is a co-educational school that prides itself on providing a strong, broad curriculum in a caring environment based on the college values of high expectations, respect, responsibility, resilience and teamwork through one motto: ‘Knowledge Conquers All’ These values underpin South Oakleigh College's commitment to facilitating a positive, safe and secure environment where all students have the opportunity to achieve their personal best; pursue academic excellence, achieve personal growth and graduate as responsible and resourceful young adults. The college actively promotes a culture that encourages and celebrates success in all facets of school life, values and re- spects individual diversity and encourages participation by all members of the community. South Oakleigh College takes pride in its multiculturalism and the diverse nationalities represented by the student and staff body. The staff's commitment is to meet the educational needs of all learners, recognising that students come to the school with different experiences, abilities, expectations and ambitions. The college offers both the Modern Greek and Ancient Greek languages to students in Years 7 through to VCE. The strong Modern Greek program involves beginner classes for students learning the language for the first time, along with advanced classes for students who are native speak- ers or have a strong aptitude for the Modern Greek language. "South Oakleigh College has a history of performing exceptionally well in all facets of Greek," says Mark Picone, assistant principal. "Our language students have achieved outstanding academic success and arts students have won several visual and performing arts competitions organised by the Greek community. "As we strive to prepare students entering our interconnected world as adults who are confident in their interactions with others, the college acknowledges the importance of our students learning languages to support them in not only making valuable contributions to a global society, but by becoming leaders of a global society."
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