High school is the level in which students are given the educational
foundation for their future life as citizens and mature adults.
At this stage our duty is complex: the absorption of scientific
concepts, the encouragement of initiatives, the development of sound
judgment and the idea of personal responsibility; eventually, the
approach to all subjects through various, modern teaching means.
In High school we place emphasis on the quality of lessons, the
intense teaching of two foreign languages, the application of all
the existing technological means to educational practice and last,
but not least, the formation of a complete plan of various activities
modulated to a modern teenagers' needs.The official time-table is
completed by extra teaching on major subjects and is also supported
by our schools' special editions.
The school pays significant attention to modern technology and to
the acquisition of knowledge through all kinds of stimuli. Our philosophy
is proved by the existence of a great variety of high-tech means:
The exact sciences' laboratory, which is designed for group work
and experiments, the numerous multimedia computers, all permanently
connected to the World Wide Web, the complete lending library, where
most of scientific journals, CD - ROM's Videos and slides can be
found and so on.
projects have now become an institution at our school. Students
set themselves up in groups and work on a selected topic, under
the guidance of a specialized teacher.
Thus children have a great opportunity to get in touch with scientific
methods, to obtain new experience and even to prove themselves as
mature people by producing original solutions to everyday problems.
The German language is taught 6 hours per week, while the English
language for 4 hours per week. The final goals are Zertifikat and
Cambridge First Certificate respectively.
The student exchange programme between our school and schools in
Germany and Austria, along with educational trips to England and
the participation in a series of European Union programmes are part
of the school's policy to be in close contact with other schools
and educational institutions throughout Europe and the rest of the
We make sure that our students will, in the end, have all the knowledge,
which is, nowadays, necessary for living in the demanding European
We do not confine ourselves to teaching two foreign languages but
we also try to familiarize children with other countries' cultures
This effort cannot be successful, unless based on the teaching of
humanitarian values, like mutual respect and tolerance, and of course
the teaching of our national and religious values.
activities are an important element of High school life.
Scientists and significant personalities from the world of art and
culture pay regular visits to our school and many conferences and
meetings are often organized on various occasions.
All these along with theatrical performances, celebrations and other
activities play the role of "bridges" between the school
and the world of today. An important institution, which has been
recently introduced to our school, is that of the "student
This teacher's role is to stand by the students and be in the position
to listen to their problems an offer serious and effective help.
We should finally refer to the
High school sports' programme. Ellinogermaniki Agogi is successfully
represented by the school's sports teams, which participate
in various tournaments nationally and abroad. Being member of
a team helps students cultivate the spirit of sportsmanship
and keen competition. For those who are interested, the school's
department of athletics offers a vast variety of afternoon sports
activities. There are also afternoon cultural courses which
include theatre, choir and photography.