Clubs give students an opportunity to pursue and devote time to other areas of interest. They serve as a channel for students’ creative restlessness and a forum to cultivate special talents.

From Sports, Arts, Theater, Cooking, Environmental Protection and Forensics to Youth Entrepreneurship, Robotics, 3D Illustrations, Mathematics and Physics Thinking, clubs cover all interests and each year the list is embellished with new choices. They are both an innovation and institution of our School and are included in the weekly timetable of elementary, junior high and high school students.

Clubs per School Unit

Elementary

  • Drama Club (Greek)
  • Shadow Theater
  • Drama Club 
  • Orchestra
  • German Club
  • French Club
  • Come and Play
  • TV Studio
  • Choir
  • Traditional Games in the Forest
  • Subbuteo
  • Environmental Studies
  • Gardening
  • Online Newspaper
  • Science Documentaries
  • Science Experiments
  • Designing Board Games
  • Wireless Communication
  • Drawing on Silk-Batik
  • Ex Libris
  • Making Comic Books
  • Constructing Musical Instruments
  • Scientific Constructions
  • Scrapbooking
  • Creative Constructions using 'Surprising' Materials
  • Weaving Loom Constructions using Wool
  • Constructing Theater Design Sets
  • Constructing Scientific Tools
  • Interior Design
  • Drawing to Music
  • Animation
  • Young Entrepreneurship
  • Board Games and Chess
  • Mathematical Games
  • Robotics
  • UNESCO
  • Puzzles
  • Yoga Club
  • Mindfulness
  • Greek Folk Dances
  • Cycling
  • Badminton
  • Ping-pong
  • Film Club
  • English Board Games
  • History and Video Games
  • Group Games
  • Rhetoric Speech Club
  • Stop-Motion Club
  • American pen pals
  • Savoir- Vivre
  • Ancient Greek Club
  • The Storyteller’s Club
  • Mastery-juggling
  • Cooking
  • 3D Illustrations
  • Creative Writing
  • Music Band
  • Embroidery-Knitting
  • English Karaoke
  • Origami
  • Aeronautical Club
  • Dance and Movement
  • Mountain Survival Techniques
  • Be an Earth Defender
  • Sea Turtles in Action
  • Library Advertising Agency

Junior High

  • Archaeology and History
  • Roads of Tradition
  • Drama Club
  • Artistic Creations
  • History of Natural Sciences
  • Board Games
  • Expression and Communication
  • 2D
  • Touch Typing
  • Smart Study-Fun Learning
  • Model United Nations
  • 3D Modeling on PC
  • Magazine “The News of High School”
  • Do it Yourself (DIY)
  • Planning our Journey
  • “Logoploc” Club
  • UNESCO
  • Ping-pong
  • Astronomy
  • Young Support Club
  • Choir
  • Soccer Club
  • Animal Welfare Club
  • Environmental Activism
  • Living in the Land of the Olive Tree
  • Ceramics
  • Film
  • Youth Training at the United Nations
  • Lifelong Athletic Training
  • English Drama
  • Expedition
  • Mathematics
  • “Punchline” Magazine
  • Get Crafty Club
  • World Travel Club
  • Hispanic Language & Culture

High School

  • CETERIS PARIBUS Entrepreneurship and Alternative Tourism
  • Model United Nations
  • Philosophy
  • Friends of Military History
  • UNESCO
  • Ping-pong
  • Muscle Strength Training
  • Tennis
  • Drama Club
  • 3D Design & Programming
  • Film
  • Environmental Activism
  • Leadership in Communities (LINC)
  • Social Solidarity
  • “As You Like It” Magazine
  • Environment - Climate Change- Meteorology
  • Chemistry
  • First Aid
  • Astronomy
  • Expedition
  • Speak Truth to Power
  • Animal Welfare Club
  • Young Entrepreneurship
  • Euso Lab
  • Robotic Theory and Applications
  • Unplugged Orchestra
  • Forensics
  • College Symphony Orchestra
  • Choir