Moreover, students participated in full day excursions in London, where they cruised the Thames, toured museums and landmarks (Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Square, Covent Garden, British Museum), while, at the same time, they had the opportunity to enjoy the unique musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, at the Royal Theatre Drury Lane.
For the first time, the young parliament members processed and voted, following a relevant lecture of the Children’s Advocate, a Bill regarding the operation of Student Communities. The proposed changes were aimed at improving and modernizing the institution.
Additionally, for the first time, the young parliament members had the opportunity to exercise parliamentary control over the leadership of the Ministry of Education, by posing six questions on current issues regarding education to the Minister for Education Mr. Andreas Loverdos.
The President of Mandoulides Schools, Mrs. Aikaterini Mantoulidou, gave the closing speech to the graduates.
Responsible for the organization of the event was Mrs. Aspa Hasioti, General Director - Director of the 2nd Junior High School.
Of the 101 10th grade students who excelled nationwide
3rd place F.-I. Sytilidis
36th place G. Venizelos
45th place I. Girousis
60th place R. Ketsetsidis
E. Fessatidou took part in the 75th International Conference of the European Youth Parliament in Riga, Latvia from 14-23/03/2014 as part of a 7-member official Greek mission established during the 28th Selection Conference of European Youth Parliament of Greece.
The National Informatics Team will represent Greece in the 26th International Informatics Olympiad to be held in Taiwan from 13th to the 20th of July 2014, and the Balkan Informatics Olympiad 2014.
On Saturday, April 5th, 2014 an innovative idea was implemented at Mandoulides Schools: Mandoulides Art Day! The school opened its doors not only to its own Elementary and Junior High School students, but for all the children of the city!
Within the framework of the 6th International Mathematical Week, Mandoulides Schools’ biology teacher S. Sarantidis presented a paper titled "Case Studies: An Innovative Teaching Method of Projects."
On the same date, 10th grade students presented part of their assignment titled ”Tsunami: The waves of destruction. Physics and Mathematics around them”.
Within the framework of the Studies Abroad program, Mrs. Ioanna Siskou, the representative of Maastricht University, visited Mandoulides Schools.
Mandoulides Schools, consistently demonstrate their environmental sensitivity. Thus, this year, the Elementary School, which has long applied in practice environmental actions and programs, was awarded, along with the Junior and Senior High Schools, with the title "Eco-School" and the Green Flag, bearing the mark of the Program.
A team of 11th grade students of the Schools was awarded the "Distinction for Cultural Contribution" under the program "Virtual Enterprise", organized by the Association of Young Entrepreneurs at the Mediterranean Cosmos mall (Thessaloniki).
Junior and Senior high school students, continuing the tradition of the Schools swept the medals in the 31st National Mathematical Olympiad "Archimedes", which was held in Athens on Saturday, 22/02/2014.
AMC10 & AMC12 (04/02/2014)
The 2nd English Rhetoric Let’s Talk tournament organized by Mandoulides Schools was successfully completed on 7 & 08/02/2014 on the premises of the Junior-Senior High School.
It is worth mentioning that Rafail Ketsetsidis (10th grade Mandoulides Schools’ student) won 1st place nationally in the first phase of the competition.
Twenty 10th and 11th grade students participated in the annual visit of the Schools to the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, from the 15th to the 18th of January 2014. The purpose of the trip was to see the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), a grand international research program in High Energy Particle Physics.
On Wednesday, 18/12/2013 Mandoulides Schools were visited by Professor Theodoros Karakostas, Director of the Department of Meteorology and Climatology of the Geology Department of Sciences at AUTH.
Our distinguished graduates V. Siomos and S. Thomareis who ranked 5th in AUTH’s Electrical Engineering Department and 10th in Medical School (Military Branch) of Thessaloniki respectively, were awarded under the sponsorship program "A Great Moment for Education" which was organized for the 11th consecutive year by Eurobank. The award ceremony was held at the Convention Center "I. Vellidis".
Students of the Junior and Senior High Schools participated in the original and creative meeting of the Hellenic Physics Association in Athens.
We congratulate the 12th grade student Kyveli Mavromati on being admitted to Yale University, USA (Early Action).