The Greek School of Plato’s Greek-American Community Center’s goal is to further improve and expand its current educational and cultural programs, develop new ones, and serve the city with external community programs hosted in our space.
Today, we live in a fast-paced, high-pressure world. While technology has made the world smaller and has enabled us to maintain connections remotely, it has also disconnected us from our origins and ideals. This pace has made it difficult for our children to feel connected to something of substance, which in turn could give them a sense of positive identity and an enduring sense of who they are.
The Greek School of Plato Community Center is committed to strengthening the foundations for our youth, so that one day they can build brighter futures. We are focused on the betterment of their minds, hearts and souls: the “Three Pillars”. Ultimately, we are offering them a place where they can discover their Greek heritage, and be immersed in the culture, while serving others. Our building may look modern, but our school is firmly built on the old Hellenic values of our ancestors. We still believe in what they believed: that “the direction in which education starts a man will determine his future in life.” (Plato)
By investing in our youth, Plato has been and will continue to be the greatest contributor to our community.
Plato. The Greek mind, heart and soul.