Orthodox Parochial Schools
Directory of Orthodox Parochial Schools in the USA and Canada
Orthodox School Association- - The Orthodox School Association promotes Orthodox schools in America by providing information, curricular resources, institutional supports, and conferences that are specific to the needs and interests of Orthodox schools.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Christian Academy, Warren Ohio - Utilizing the Classic Curriculum, our Preschool through 6th Grade is the only Orthodox Christian school in Ohio, we provide an education that provides a high quality learning environment for successful social and cognitive development of the child. We also guide the spiritual and social development of students by their participation in the Orthodox community and liturgical cycle.
Saint John of San Francisco Orthodox Academy - a Russian Orthodox coeducational, non-profit, full-time day school for grades K-12, scheduled around the old calendar of Orthodox feast days and services. - San Francisco, CA
Theophany School - The Theophany Orthodox Christian School strives to provide its students with an education that will prepare them for life, through sound instruction in basic studies and grounding in the Orthodox Tradition. - Needham, MA
St. Sava Orthodox School - Orthodox School committed to providing a superior academic program, where all students are nurtured to learn and to develop spiritually, morally and intellectually to their fullest potential, within a safe and caring Orthodox Christian Environment. a coeducational Preschool - Grade 5 day school serving approximately 90 students. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
St. Lawrence Academy is a nonprofit Orthodox parochial school affiliated with St. Lawrence Orthodox Church in downtown Felton, California.
Saint Basil Academy - functions as both a home for children in need and a national retreat center for the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Polyeuctus the Martyr of Melitene in Armenia; Eustratios the Wonderworker; Peter, Bishop of Sebaste, brother of Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa; Afterfeast of the Theophany of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; Philip, Metropolitan of Moscow
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