The content of the morning program is enriched and supplemented by study visits, practical training courses which include cultural, educational, sports and recreational activities aiming at experiential learning and the promotion of the creativity of the students.
Depending on their level of education, students participate in some or all of the following:
There they are given the opportunity to come into contact with issues related to the history and science, after having been given the information and done the appropriate preparation so to benefit to the maximum from this experience.
Experiential Educational Programs
Students of all grades participate in experiential educational programs conducted in schools in collaboration with leading organizations. They attend educational lectures, participate in discussions and experiential learning activities and come in contact with a enriched audiovisual material, resulting in the consolidation of knowledge in a pleasant way. During recent years in particular, our high school has received awards for the participation of our students in many European programs. Our school collaborates closely and constantly with the Greek European Parliament Office and the Greek European Youth Parliament.
Selected theater performances, film screenings, meetings with contemporary writers and their work, literature workshops, musical tributes, book and art exhibitions and many other activities, provide an opportunity for our students to develop a love for culture and art.
Day trips, multi-day trips, sports matches and many other recreational activities are part of the program of activities whose purpose it is to entertain and enable our students to relax.
School in Nature
Students carry out part of their activities on the school premises next to the main building. They work under the shade of the trees where they enjoy the smells and sounds of the forest. Equipped with magnifying lenses, pincers, compasses, etc., and depending on their age and always under the supervision of their teachers, students do projects, expand on the material in their books and gather new material for their assignments.
Additionally, through their involvement in gardening in the school yard, students are in direct contact with nature and experientially develop their relationship with it learning how people take advantage of the plants for nourishment.