Greek Secondary School of London

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Template:Infobox UK school The Greek Secondary School of London is a coeducational independent school for children aged 13 to 18, located in the north London suburb of Wood Green. It was established in 1983 by the Greek embassy and provides a traditional Greek education leading to the Greek high school diploma (Apolytirio Lykeiou). In 2005, the school had 42 students enrolled age 15 and older, according to the Guardian. [1]

It was moved to the church of Panagia in Wood Green from the original location in Acton in the mid-1990s. It then moved to its current location in Wood Green (just across the road). Its educational system follows the Greek curriculum, offering the Apolytirion of Gymnasion (equivalent to junior high or a number of GCSEs) and the Apolytirion of Lykeion (equivalent to senior high or a number of A-Levels). All the classes are taught in Greek except for English and other language courses which are offered from time to time. It is a follow-on school to the Greek Primary School of London, which is still located in the old location of 3 Pierrepoint Road, West Acton.

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