01. April 2022
Many thanks to Jaimie and Johnathan, who together with staff member, Mary Stratopoulos, represented Pythagoras Greek School at this year's Commemoration Service marking Greek Independence Day.
10. February 2022
Congratulations to the Year 12 graduates of 2021. A special mention to Mariah Bourakis who was able to attain a raw score of 41 for VCE Greek. This places her in the top 9% of the state. Mariah's efforts over the last two years have been nothing but exemplary. She justly deserves this outstanding result. Συγχαρητήρια Μαρία!
16. December 2021
It was great to finish off the year on-site doing what we do best. Learning, playing, laughing, dancing and singing! Our students and staff did an incredible job getting ready for their small presentations which you can all now enjoy on our Facebook page.
Thanking everyone, once again, for their mammoth efforts this year.
27. May 2021
Congratulations to the following students for being this year's winners of the Mother's Day Drawing and Writing competition :
Preps: Sofia Ziskou
Year 1: Anna Chrysafis
Year 2: Dimitra Christopoulos
Year 3: Gabriel Batsakis
Year 4: Manolis Zervas
Year 5: Katerina Mirabella
Year 6: Stephanie Heristanidis
Year 7: Eugenia Apostolopoulos
Year 8: Stavros Sotiropoulos
Year 9: Anastasia Roubos
Year 10/11: Sophie Theodorakis
Year 12: Mariah Bourakis
27. May 2021
Congratulations to Gabriel Batsakis (pictured), Emmanuel Tzamouranis and Johnathan Stratopoulos for being this year's Easter Egg-Cracking champions.
18. March 2021
This week our Year 11 and 12s are completing their first assessment for 2021 or as they are known in VCE, SACs (School Assessed Coursework) . The SAC is based on the study of their first theme: Happiness & Friendship.
Throughout this theme, students not only reflected on their own friendships, however, they discovered the teachings of Ancient Greek philosophers. For example, Epicurus believed friendship is a key ingredient of happiness.
05. March 2021
School Blessing - Αγιασμός
Thank you to Father Dimitrios for conducting the School Blessings at our South Melbourne and Elwood Campuses this week. We are fortunate to have such a lovely priest attend our school and explain to the children a little about his life as a priest and the significance of the blessing.
15. August 2020
On the 15th of August, Greek Orthodox Christians, all around the world, celebrate the Dormition of the Theotokos. On that day at our Greek School we usually light the Kandilaki and say Χρόνια Πολλά to all those with the following names: Mary, Maria, Despina, Des, Desi, Panagiota, Penny, Mario, Peter, Panagiotis or any other variation. Due to Covid-19 this was not possible, however, go to the following site to view a great explanation of the icon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Pv2uy0J3eM
10. May 2020
We are so proud of those students who took the time to draw some incredible pictures and write some beautiful poems!
One student even composed and recorded a magical song! In no particular order, they are: Anna Chrisafis, Thomas Kouts, Dimitra Christopoulos, Allegra Michelakis, Alexia Psaropoulos, Alexnadra Souvlis, Anna Healy, Gabriel Batsakis, Esther Kouroupis, Henrik Chrisafis, Ryan Psaropoulos, Zara Michelakis, Stavros Sotiropoulos, Annie Roubos, Yianna Haggar & Ethan Balaskas.
28. February 2020
During last month’s parents’ information session, the principal, Mr Roubos, explained the VCE program to parents interested in finding out more about the two final years of secondary schooling. It was a great honour to have Father Chris from St Eustathios, South Melbourne and Father Dimitrios from Sts Constantine and Helen’s, South Yarra, at our school campuses to perform the Holy Blessing.