1st place of our students in the National Competition CanSat 2019 – 2020

Our school team Orion II won the 1st place in the CanSat (Satellite in a Can) 2019 – 2020 competition with their structure called Betelgeuse. You can find the announcement of our distinction here.

The presentation of their work was made by the students: Angelopoulos Dionysios, Veli Danae, Bariampa Richard, Kritharidis Konstantinos (ex-student of our school and current student of Pierce College) and Kaltsis Georgios from the 3rd High School of Nea Smyrni. Congratulations to all the students!

We also wish to thank our alumnus Tsakonas Georgios, who helped us with a technical issue that appeared in the last minute.

Since the International CanSat Competition organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) was not held this year due to the pandemic, our team will represent Greece in the International Competition of 2020 – 2021.

Dear students, we wish you a successful launch!

The Headmaster and the Teachers’ Council

Our student’s article in the CIE 2020 international conference

Congratulations to our student Bariampa Richard, who presented his article “Youth, new technologies and Informatics. The re-generation of a library” in the 12th Conference on Informatics in Education (CIE) 2020.

The article deals with the creation of the software Open School Library Lite (OSLL) that can support online the function of any school library and will support this school year our school library as well. You can watch the presentation of the article here.

The Headmaster

Distinction in the Panhellenic Competition of Educational Robotics WRO 2020

In the framework of the Secondary School of Evangeliki Robotics Club, supervised by the teacher Mr. Panteleimon Diamantis, the High School student Georgios Sakellarakis (A class) and the Secondary School student Maritina Sakellaraki (B class) participated in the 6th Panhellenic Competition of Educational Robotics WRO (World Robotics Olympiad). 
The “Evaggeliki Robotics Team” got the 5th place on a Panhellenic level in the Regular “The rivers unite Europe” category.

Congratulations to the students and to their teacher.

The Headmaster

Bronze medal for our student in the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad 2020

Congratulations to our student Emmanouil Dimitrios, who won the bronze medal in the 61st International Mathematical Olympiad 2020 (ΙΜΟ 2020) and to his teachers who have taught him both in class and in the Mathematics Club, where they train students and make them love mathematics.

The Headmaster

2nd Panhellenic place of our students in the 3rd Panhellenic Statistics Competition 2020!

Congratulations to all our school teams that participated (ALGEBROS, EVANGL_20, MILLESTAT, STATONE, A314ΘΑΝΟΙ, ΑΛΓΕΥΡΗΚΑ, ΜΟΤΕΛΕΙΟΙ, with a total of 18 students), with interest in knowledge, in the 3rd Panhellenic Statistics Competition. The three teams that passed in the competition finals (ALGEBROS, EVANGL_20, MILLESTAT) did excellent work, with presentations of professional standards. Congratulations! The winners were selected on the basis of details and our MILLESTAT team, where our A’ Class student Miltiadis Tsolas participated, was distinguished taking the 2nd Panhellenic place in the High School category. This year participation was increased by about 20% with 136 schools and 436 teams. Congratulations and good luck for the 3rd European Competition, where the first two teams will represent Greece, one of whom is from our school!

It is worth mentioning that ELSTAT-Hellenic Statistics Authority promotes education in statistics through various best-organised activities. You can access nice games and educational material on statistical concepts created by ELSTAT here: https://www.statistics.gr/el/edu-games

The works of the first five teams can be accessed here: https://www.statistics.gr/…/statistics-competition-presenta….

You can read information regarding the 3rd European Statistics Competition here: https://www.statistics.gr/…/c40d552a-f7af-7ae1-4722-f6ba370…

Congratulations to the mathematicians of our school as well and especially to Mr. Chasapis, who dealt with our school participation in the competition.

The Headmaster

Our students’ success in the B’ Stage of the Panhellenic Informatics Competition

Our school students who successfully completed the B’ Stage of the 32nd Panhellenic Informatics Competition (http://www.pdp.gr) are:

From the High School:
Anastasios Gerasis, Orfeas Kougemitros, Dimitrios Balatos, Evangelos Pipis, Iasonas Spingos, Ioan Katalin Stan, Panagiotis Tzortzis, Miltiadis Tsolas, Vasileios Chatzivasiloglou, Alkiviadis Chondropoulos

From the Secondary School:
Ariadne Koukoudaki, Andriana Petropoulou, Ioannis Tzanetos, Spyros Chatziargyros

To see the full list, go here.

Congratulations and all the best for the future!

Special Mention for our students in the European Contest of Young Translators “Juvenes Translatores 2019”

Congratulations to our C’ Class students Georganas Christos (C1), Stamatiadi Sofia (C3) and Stefanaki Maria-Spyridoula (C3), who received a Special Mention for their excellent translations in the European contest of Young Translators “Juvenes Transatores 2019”.

This school year the contest was held on 21/11/2019 simultaneously all around Europe and the English teacher Dr. Eirini Arnaouti was responsible for the preparation of our school participants and the organization of the contest in our school.

Every year there is only one winner from each European country, but more participants showed special translating skills that are worth the organizers’ recognition. This year 271 out of 3116 participants received a Special Mention for the quality of their translations. For the results of the Special Mention you can go here.

Distinction in the 37th Mathematics Olympiad

Congratulation to the B’ class student Dimitrios Emmanouil for his gold medal in the 37th Mathematics Olympiad. We wish him good luck in the preliminary competition for his participation in the national team.

In the Olympiad participated 11 of our A’ class, 2 of our B’ class and 1 of our C’ class students.

The mathematics competitions are of the oldest and most demanding student competitions and even only the participation in the Olympiad is a big honour and success.

Congratulations to all our students since most of them solved up to three problems and should feel proud indeed! Especially the A’ class students have done lots of practice and with more work, next year they will do much better!

Moreover, congratulations to their teachers who train them and to the school Vice-headmaster Mr. Chasapis, who has been teaching in the after-school Club of Excellence in Mathematics for years.

The Headmaster