Our member schools are accredited by the Department of Education and Training and the Ethnic Schools Association of Victoria. They’re all not-for-profit organisations who operate in Victoria and hold Greek language and culture classes for students aged from Pre-School years to VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education).
Below table will show the Greek Language & Culture Community School closest to your address, on top.
Click on the school you’d like to know more about and you will see their contact details.
Find a school in your area (distance from you in km):
To become a member of the Association a school has to fill-in the Application form provided here. These details are then examined by the GLACS Executive and they’re responded to within a period of time, depending on when the Executive will meet next.
In order to apply for membership the accredited association must consider these rules:
- Be an accredited not-for-profit association with the Department of Education and Training
- Be an independent organisation falling under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (No. 20 of 2012) set by the Victorian Government
- Have a proven track record of teaching Greek language and/or Culture in Victoria
- Conform to the GLACS Association’s regulations and Constitutional Guidelines.
CURRENT ACCREDITED MEMBERS
Greek Community Schools
AHEPA Greek School Operating in: Ivanhoe, Hawthorn, Kew, Melbourne 0425 750 273 - Ivanhoe
Ariston Greek School Operating in: Glen Waverley, Moonee Ponds, Surry Hills and Windsor 03 9561 4309 - Glen Waverley
Platon Teaching Schools Operating in: Reservoir,Bundoora, Epping, Greensborough, Mill Park, Preston, South Morang, Thomastown 03 9436 7115 - Reservoir
Panhellenic College Operating in: Northern Suburbs, Thomastown 0420 983 597 - Thomastown
Nestoras College Operating in: Brunswick, Doncaster and surrounding areas 0413 183 088 - Brunswick
Zenon Education Centre Operating in Elsterwick, Caulfield, Malvern, Chadstone and Oakleigh 0401 208 013 - Chadstone
Educational associations cannot become members of GLACS (Greek Language and Culture Schools) if they do not adhere to the above listed governing prerequisites. GLACS retains the right to refuse membership on the grounds of refusal by the applicant to accept Constitutional regulations and recommendations.