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New School in Athens

New School in Athens

After more than two years of intense preparations, the moment has finally arrived: Greece gets its first Waldorf school. The curative education facility Estia Agios Nikolaos near Delphi has been active since the 1990s, and in Athens four successful Waldorf kindergartens were established in the course of the past decade. Two years ago, the parents of some of the Kindergarten children started an initiative to found a Waldorf school.  Archontis Karanasios, a former Waldorf student in Pforzheim and now an architect and art teacher, led the initiative together with the teacher Sandra Mavroidis and Alexandros Kendalepas. Through their untiring work this project has now come to fruition: A building was renovated and the permission, a real hurdle in Greece, just arrived on August 28. The festive inauguration took place Saturday, September 2. There were speeches, a concert and of course a tree was planted.

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