The first Euroscola session was realised with the participation of delegations from 21 State-Members of the European Union, i.e. with 486 students and their accompanying teachers. This session, which was also the last with the participation of students from the United Kingdom, took place on 17 January 2020 in the European Parliament building. Students, in the role of Members of the European Parliament, were divided into six committees and discussed current issues concerning the environment and renewable energy sources, safety and human rights, the future of Europe, young people’s problems with alcohol and drugs, migration and youth work. They submitted to the plenary resolutions making proposals on the issues, which were then reviewed by all their colleagues. Eight out of the twenty-four members of the Greek delegation were students of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna (Michail Peppas, Dimitrios Tsomokos, Eirini Papadopoulou, Despoina Dipla, Anna Drimi, Charalampos Vergadis, Danae Mpifsa and Pelagia Stamataki). Pelagia Stamataki co-presented the Greek delegation to the plenary and was voted Chairwoman of the Committee working on youth work. The student Danae Mpifsa acted as a journalist who reported on the session. Leader of the Greek delegation was the Greek teacher of our school Kalypso Lazou-Balta.
The Teacher’s Association and the Headmaster congratulate the students Maria Louvoulina, Maria Papageorgiou, Erifyli Prousalidi and Dimitris Emmanouil that in the local EUSO (European Science Olympiad) took the first place.
Our school students were prepared by our school teachers Gerasimos Theodoridis (Biology), Maria Diakonou and Argiro Gerbesioti (Physics), Christodoulos Makedonas (Chemistry), whom, as a Headmaster, I thank for the hours they dedicated and the knowledge they transferred to our students.
More precisely, on Saturday 3/12/2019 the preliminary stage of the local EUSO competition was held in Nea Smyrni Laboratory Centre of Natural Sciences. The EUSO competition, organised by the Panhellenic Laboratory Centre of Natural Sciences, is unique as it combines the following characteristics:
- It is laboratory-based. Students are tested in the conduct of experiments and the analysis of experimental data in order to draw conclusions.
- It is interdisciplinary. It is a 3-hour competition, during which students are tested in their laboratorial skills in physics, chemistry and biology.
- It is collaborative. In contrast to other written competitions, every school participates with a 3-member student team. Students ought to collaborate in order to achieve their goal.
In the local competition participated 4 schools and our High School won the first place among them.
We wish all the best to our High School students and the best possible representation of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna in the Panhellenic Competition!
Our school teacher during the school year 2015-2016 Mrs. Antigoni Laskaridou made a presentation entitled “Student Competition of Historical Documentary” in the 4th Panhellenic Conference “Education in the 21st century: School and Culture” held in Athens College on 10-12/05/2019 (Link to the conference proceedings: http://www.ekedisy.gr/praktika-4ou-synedrioy/).
In her presentation she presented the historical documentary creation entitled “The grocer’s daughter… and an international recipe” made by the students of the A’ Class elective module of “Greek and European Civilization” of the school year 2015-16 that she was teaching.
The documentary was a critical approach of an important personality of the Modern European History, the Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher. The documentary included the interview of the Emeritus Professor in History of the NKUA Thanos Veremis. The objective of this creation was a combination of historical research and cinematic art.
The school students Athanasopoulou Vera, Karaousou Marina, Kolio Eleni, Kyriakidis Kyriakos, Kotis Georgios, Magnisalis Aggelos, Mavromichalis Stavros, Peraki Eirini and Tsekouras Georgios were the team members who worked on this innovative activity and won the 4th place, i.e. a distinction in the 3rd Panhellenic Pupil and Student Competition in Historical Documentary.
Eugenides Foundation offered the technical support for the documentary creation.
Congratulations to the ex-school students of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna and current university students!
Eight B’ class students of Evangeliki Model School of Smyrna are among the 24 members of the student team that will represent the Prefectural Educational Directorate of Attica in the EUROSCOLA meeting organised by the European Parliament on 17 January 2020, in Strasbourg.
The participating students are: Charalampos Vergadis (1st place), Michail-Athanasios Peppas (2nd place), Anna-Margarita Drimi (4th place),Pelagia Stamataki (6th place), Maria-Despoina Dipla (7th place), Eirini Papadopoulou and Dimitris Tsomokos (16th place) and Danai Bifsa (24th place). The 1st substitute student is Karlotta-Ioanna Filippousi.
In this year’s written competition of EUROSCOLA of the European Parliament organised by the Secondary Education Offices of A’ and D’ Athens participated 324 students in total. Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, as one of the two competition examination centres of the Secondary Education Office of D’ Athens, hosted the competition candidates on Thursday, 14 November 2019. Most of the 29 members of the student team that participated in the competition on behalf of our school got high marks and therefore high places in the final result list.
We congratulate our students and the Greek language and literature teacher responsible for the preparation of the school students for the EUROSCOLA written competition, Ms. Kalypso Lazou-Balta.
The School Headmaster
Award-winning of our C’ Class student Romanos Petridis for his poem “PLEIAS”. Romanos Petridis has been awarded prizes for his literary works several times. Now, he won an award in the 19th “Kelaino” International Competition addressing all ages, organised by the Journal of Speech, Art and Culture of “Zaloni” Literature Club, “Xasteron”.
The awards ceremony was held in the Conference and Cultural Centre of the Municipality of Peristeri.
Congratulations! We wish you to be always creative!
We congratulate our student Romanos Petridis on his recent distinctions in poetry competitions. His poem “Whatever” («Όσα») was distinguished in the 8th Panhellenic Competition of the Limassol Intellectual Company and his poem “Veil” («Πέπλο») was distinguished in the 19th Literature Competition of Keratsini Company of Arts, Science and Culture.
Our student Romanos Petridis won the 1st prize, along with another participant, in the 5th Panhellenic Poetry Competition on the theme of “Love, small and big”, in the student category. The competition is realized under the aegis of the Poetry Office and of the Greek Library of London, and by the Archive of History and Art in Kaisareia of Kozani and the Intellectual Expression Team.
The school Headmaster and the teachers congratulate the C’ Class student Evangelos Pipis on his winning the gold medal in the 27th Informatics Balkan Olympiad.
The A’ Class
student Angeliki Charalampopoulou was awarded a prize among the 5 best students
in the 1st Panhellenic History Competition organized by Moraitis
School entitled, ‘European and World History of the 20th century’ (https://istoria4teens.com).
The competition was held on Saturday 13 April 2019 in the Foundation of the Hellenic World and the award ceremony took place on Friday 7 June 2019 in Moraitis School.
The A’ Class students Charalampos Vergadis and Dimitrios Tsomokos also participated in the same competition showing enthusiasm and consistency.
Congratulations to our students!
In the award ceremony held on Wednesday 29 May 2019 in the Press Room of the Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications & Information was awarded a distinction to the participation of our school in the Panhellenic Competition of Audiovisual and Digital Creation “Your history is your town’s history” for students of the Secondary Education of the Greek schools in Greece and abroad.
The digital short historical documentary entitled “From Smyrna to Nea Smyrni: Important buildings in their intellectual, religious and cultural tradition” was created by the B2 class of Evangeliki Model High School of Smyrna, under the supervision of the English teacher Mrs. Eirini Arnaouti and the History teacher Mr. Georgios Thodis.