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November 2020

Over 50 years of Greek School 

in Canberra the capital city of Australia

Join us at the Hellenic Club of Canberra (Woden)

every Tuesday and Friday afternoons at 5.15 pm.


Our classes are designed to teach students from the age of five. We teach the Greek language, culture, history and the Greek Orthodox faith to students of both Greek and non-Greek backgrounds.


Greek Language

The Greek language has the longest documented history of any living language and holds an important place in the history of the Western world and Christianity. 


The Greek language is spoken in Greece, Cyprus and of course many other countries around the world, like 

Australia, by people of Greek origin and many Philhellenes.

Greek Culture & History

Greece and the Greek People are steeped in a very rich history and culture. Greeks have made an enormous impact on civilization since ancient times and our culture has evolved over thousands of years.


We are very proud to continue teaching our history and culture to the Greek diaspora and our Philhellenes. 

Greek Ancient Sculpture of Warrior

Greek Orthodox Faith

Greece and Orthodoxy are closely connected due to our motherland country’s historical past. 

Father Petros Kipouros from our local church of St Nicholas in Kingston provides assists in observing the major religious holidays and celebrations in the Greek Orthodox calendar. 

Greek Sunday School is held separate to our Greek School.

John Loukadellis (President of the Greek Orthodox Community & Church of Canberra);  His Eminence Archbishop Makarios; Father Petros Kipouros of St Nicholas in Kingston ACT

Our Location

With many thanks to the Hellenic Club of Canberra, we are proud to announce our newly renovated Greek School.  


Our facilities include five newly constructed classrooms, an open area, storage facilities, bathrooms and an office area.


Classes will be proudly held in the newly renovated downstairs rooms at the Hellenic Club.


Please enter via the Matilda Street entrance.

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