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Hellenic School Registration 2023/2024

Registration for the Hellenic School (grades K-8) for 2023-2024 is now open. Registration applications are submitted online.

You can submit your registration by CLICKING HERE or you can scan the QR code on your phone.

Please note that payment is not required at this time. Submitting your registration forms early is very important for planning purposes.

Having a good estimate for the number of students and their grade levels in advance will allow us to better design and deliver a high-quality educational experience to our students by having the appropriate number of teachers, grade levels, sections and curriculum paths.

If you have any questions regarding the registration process or the payment options, please contact Peggy Panagos by Clicking Here.

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Hellenic School Program

Our Hellenic School offers classes from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays during the academic year which typically runs from early September to early June. In addition to language development, students are introduced to Hellenic history, culture, customs, and traditions, and to the Greek Orthodox faith. The school was established shortly after the founding of the Church of Our Saviour in 1957, and it has continued to thrive thanks to our dedicated, experienced, and highly qualified teachers and administrators, as well as our selfless PTA and School Board volunteers.


Classes for Levels K–8 are held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Kindergarten students must be 5 years of age and Level 1 students must be 6 years old by December 31 of the year of registration.

Our students come from wonderful families with different backgrounds and proficiency levels. In order to enhance learning and meet student needs better, we reorganized our curriculum, created new student groups, and implemented a new school program. Two great features of this new program are the relatively small size of each class and the grouping of students according to individual linguistic proficiency level as assessed and recommended by the teachers. The classrooms are equipped with Wi-Fi, smart TVs, and white boards.  In addition, all our students benefit from 30 minutes of traditional Greek dance instruction and 30 minutes of music instruction.

The school curriculum has also been enriched with student research projects related to Greek-American history and trips to cultural institutions in the greater Metropolitan area. Our dynamic PTA organizes various cultural and educational enrichment activities that further enhance the educational experience of all of our students.

Students in Level 8 have the opportunity to take the Comprehensive Examination in Modern Greek. This test is administered by the Archdiocese every June. Successful performance may lead to granting of high school academic credit by the student’s local school district. Hellenic School graduates can sit for the Level A1, A2, and B1 Examination for the Certificate of Attainment in Greek, also known as the Ellinomatheia exam, which is offered by the Greek government each May.



The School’s principal is the distinguished educator Demosthenes Triantafillou, who has vast teaching and administrative experience in Greek parochial schools as well as New York public schools.

For registration/enrollment applications or additional information, please contact:
Principal, Demosthenes Triantafillou - Email:  Dtrianta@aol.com
Telephone (Church office): (914) 967-2838

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