High School

Eritrea Punishes High School Students for ‘Commitment to Christ’

August 12, 2013 Featured News

12/8/13 Eritrean authorities have arrested 39 high school students for their Christian faith, excluding them from a graduation ceremony and subjecting them to beatings and hard labor. According to Christian support organization Open Doors, the students, including 11 girls, have been arrested for their “Christian beliefs and for their commitment to Christ” after completing a […]

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Church School Begins Classes and “Protagonists” Gymnasium in Tirana Opens for the First Time

October 8, 2012 Featured News

The Albanian Orthodox Church Isidor Koti September 2012 The first day of school began on September 10th with the enthusiasm of the students and the mobilization of the teachers. According to the information that we have received from the directors of these schools, we learned that the staff has worked hard to adapt to a […]

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St. Vladimir’s Seminary to sponsor liturgical music workshop, retreat for High School and College Students

October 16, 2011 Featured News

YONKERS, NY [SVOTS] 14/10/2011 High School and college students are invited to participate in a liturgical music workshop and retreat at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary here December 18-21, 2011. Instructors for the three days of music, worship and fellowship will include Prof. David Drillock and Nicholas Reeves. In addition to liturgical services, presentations, and discussions, the […]

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Armenian schools open doors to a different Audience

January 31, 2011 Featured News

30/1/2011 VERCİHAN ZİFLİOĞLU ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News Armenian schools in Turkey are set to begin admitting students according to a new policy in light of the increasing number of children born to couples of mixed Turkish-Armenian and non-Armenian descent. A number of children born to intercultural couples are already attending a variety of the […]

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