Learn Ancient Greek
Learn about the origins and rich history of everything from philosophy to mathematics and modern English while learning Ancient Greek
Learn about the origins and rich history of everything from philosophy to mathematics and modern English while learning Ancient Greek.
The Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria has announced that they will be holding Ancient Greek lessons for students in years 7, 8 and 9.
Classes will cover a wide range of interesting and relevant topics such as uncovering the origins of philosophy, science and politics, develop a better understanding of the English language, as well as improve students' ATAR in VCE.
Classes will commence in Term 3 of 2012 and will take place at St. Gregory the Great Primary in Doncaster every Saturday mornings. Each class will run for three hours. For more information contact the Greek Community offices on 9662 2722 or email@example.com
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