[MGSA-L] Accredited Online Courses in Modern Greek for High School Students?

Maria Hnaraki mh439 at drexel.edu
Fri Aug 29 06:35:56 PDT 2014

Greetings, I hope all is well!

Mrs. Anna Lycouris (alycouris at gmail.com) would appreciate a response, if any:

A senior in high school would like to take Greek as a language as opposed to Spanish 6 this year. Greek is not offered at the school, but they are willing to accept an accredited online class, even college level, for high school credit. As long as it is accredited, they will accept it. Are you familiar with anything that would be suitable for her? She understands Greek and can read it, but has a problem speaking. Level 1 would probably work best, in order to get all the grammatical rules in place.

Enjoy your weekend!

Maria Hnaraki, Ph.D.

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