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Our Schools

 

École Socrates-Démosthène 

 

Founded in 1909, École Socrates-Démosthène is a private school that equips its students with the knowledge and advantages that come from learning three languages. It’s mission is to provide a quality education in the French language of instruction, in addition to advanced learning in the Greek and English languages, where students can explore their cultural heritage all while developing their sense of belonging to Quebec’s society.  

 

The school has five campuses and an annex in the regions of Montreal, Laval and the South Shore. École Socrates-Démosthène offers educational programs ranging from preschool, to primary and then to secondary. It is recognized by the Ministry of Education as a fully compliant school that meets the three required criteria of human, material and financial resources.  

 

HCGM Supplementary Education

 

For more than 35 years the HCGM Supplementary Education or otherwise known as our Saturday Schools (Aristotelis, Platon-Omeros, Saint Nicholas), have been teaching their students the fundamentals of the Greek language and to preserve Greek culture with the use of new teaching methods.

 

Aristotelis

 

Aristotelis High School courses are based on the curriculum of the Ministry of Education of Greece. It is designed in such a way as to develop all four language skills such as comprehension and production of written and spoken skills. The school operates every Saturday from 8:45 am until 2:15 pm, in the regions of Montreal, Laval, and the South Shore. 

 

Platon-Omeros

 

Platon-Omeros Elementary School offers classes from pre-kindergarten to grade 6. The structured curriculum is designed to develop the Greek language with a variety of meaningful and interesting learning experiences. The school operates every Saturday from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm, in the following regions: Montreal, South Shore, and Roxboro. 

 

Saint Nicholas 

 

Saint Nicholas Elementary School uses the teaching material (E.DIA.M.ME.) of the University of Crete. Classes are offered from kindergarten to grade 6. Students are given the tools to cultivate the Greek language, to know and understand the main elements of their culture, as well as their history and religion. The school operates every Saturday, from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm in Laval.