Hellenic-Greek Community Association

Greek Community School

 

About US

Establishment

The Addis Ababa Greek Community (now, the Hellenic Greek Community Association in Ethiopia), was established about 103 years ago in Addis Ababa. It was established to assist its members in supporting each other and their families in solving any economic and social problems they faced and to promote their own culture.

Focuses On

Primarily, the then members were interested in giving a Greek education to their kids in Ethiopia and to have a center which could organize and strengthen their social, economic and educational relations between the countries of Ethiopia and Greece.

Background

The Association owns and manages the building of the Greek Archbishop around Sidist Kilo, the St. Frumentius Orthodox Church around Piazza and the Greek Cemetery opposite the Petro-Paulos Church in Gullelle.

The Community

The Greek Community School/English section was established in 1985 in the community premises around Olympia. The school follows Cambridge curriculum and prepares students for Cambridge International Examination (CIE)

ALTERNATE LEARNING EXPERIENCE (ALE)

The GREEK COMMUNITY SCHOOL Board of Governors recognizes that additional educational experiences are not limited to those taking place within the school. It is desirable to afford students the chance to take advantage of an unusual opportunity to learn provided those experiences have obvious educational benefits.

Students may be required to submit a report or journal of their experience. Alternate Learning Experience (ALE)/ community service/ internship/ days are counted towards the school’s academic calendar.

Our Location

Our Address

 

Greek Community School

 P. O. Box 598, Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA
Tel. (251) 115 515870, Fax. (251) 115 510274
E-Mail:
gcs@ethionet.et,  gcsaa1@gmail.com
Website:
www.hellenicgreekcommunityaddis.com

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