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For Members and Non-Members


​PTO Mandatory Fees* to be paid directly to the office, payable to GAI/PTO.


Payment can be made in full at time of registration or in two installments, as follows:

1st installment--with registration, no later than August 16, 2017 and

2nd installment--no later than February 12, 2018


The totals below are based on the number of children per family:

ONE CHILD:  $200, Installments of $100 and $100

TWO CHILDREN:  $305, Installments of $155 and $150

THREE CHILDREN:  $410, Installments of $210 and $200


PTO Annual Fees include:

1) PTO Dues:  $60 per Family

2) Chocolates:  $60 per child (for 1st  box of chocolates)

3) Bake Sale:  $15 per child

4) Chinese Auction:  $35 per Family

5) Walk-a-Thon:  $30 per Child


*The above does not include  a Mandatory $25 Home & Family/Yankee Candle fundraiser that will be held in November. 

Communication for this event will be sent separately. 

There will also be an Optional Fundraiser in February.



For information about pre-school tuition, please click here.

Greek American Institute 2017-2018

Non-Members

Schedule of tuition, fees and family obligations


   Non-Members of Zoodohos Peghe Church

  Registration Fee:

   First Child        $400

   Second Child   $250

   Third Child       $200

   Fourth Child     $150

   Tuition:          K-5th Grades             6th&7th Grades           8th Grade*

   First child       $5,400 ($540/mo)        $5,650 ($565/mo)          $5,900 ($590/mo)

   Second child  $4,000 ($400/mo)        $4,250 ($425/mo)          $4,500 ($450/mo)

   Third child      $3,150 ($315/mo)        $3,400 ($340/mo)          $3,650 ($365/mo)

   Fourth child    free                             free                               free

    *8th grade tuition includes graduation fees (i.e., diploma holder & photo, cap & gown)


    Other:   

    All Families - Mandatory

  • One time fee of $175 per student to cover books (not ordered through NYSTL), art supplies, English literature books and Science materials paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in the Registration Packet. This one time fee will be deducted on August 16, 2017.
  • Mandatory purchase of two adult tickets for Three Hierarchs (Souvlaki) Luncheon and one for each child ($40 per adult and $20 per child) paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in your Registration Packet.  This one time fee will be deducted on August 16, 2017.Pleasenote that tickets are non-transferable.
  • Membership to the Parent Teacher Organization.  PTO Mandatory Fees must be paid directly to the office, payable to GAI/PTO.  Please see below for full breakdown of fees.                                                                                         
  • Support Fund-Raising Events.  Since tuition does not cover all the school's expenses, parents aid the school's fund-raising efforts to the fullest extent possible.


    Tuition Policy:

  • Must be paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in your Registration Packet.


    After School Program:

  • $200 per month (Further breakdown, as stated in your Registration Packet.)

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Greek American Institute 2017-2018 Tuition

Members

Schedule of tuition, fees and family obligations


   Members of Zoodohos Peghe Church

   2017 Membership Dues:  $300

  Registration Fee:

   First Child        $300

   Second Child   $175

   Third Child       $150

   Fourth Child     $125

   Tuition:          K-5th Grades             6th&7th Grades           8th Grade*

   First child       $4,750 ($475/mo)        $5,000 ($500/mo)          $5,250 ($525/mo)

   Second child  $3,150 ($315/mo)        $3,400 ($340/mo)          $3,650 ($365/mo)

   Third child      $2,550 ($255/mo)        $2,800 ($280/mo)          $3,050 ($305/mo)

   Fourth child    free                             free                               free

    *8th grade tuition includes graduation fees (i.e., diploma holder & photo, cap & gown)


    Other:   

    All Families - Mandatory

  • Membership Dues of $300 must be paid by August 16, 2017, payable to Zoodohos Peghe Orthodox Church.  If dues are not paid by August 16th, the tuition cost will be based on non-member fees.
  • One time fee of $175 per student to cover books (not ordered through NYSTL), art supplies, English literature books and Science materials paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in the Registration Packet. This one time fee will be deducted on August 16, 2017.
  • Mandatory purchase of two adult tickets for Three Hierarchs (Souvlaki) Luncheon and one for each child ($40 per adult and $20 per child) paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in your Registration Packet.  This one time fee will be deducted on August 16, 2017.Please note that tickets are non-transferable.
  • Membership to the *Parent Teacher Organization.  PTO Mandatory Fees must be paid directly to the office, payable to GAI/PTO.  Please see below for full breakdown of fees.
  • Support Fund-Raising Events.  Since tuition does not cover all the school's expenses, parents aid the school's fund-raising efforts to the fullest extent possible.


    Tuition Policy:

  • Must be paid through Smart Tuition, as stated in your Registration Packet.


    After School Program:

  • $200 per month (Further breakdown, as stated in your Registration Packet.)

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      PROGRAMS OFFERED AT G.A.I.


  • BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL Our teams are made up of seventh and eighth graders. The boys’ team plays in the winter, and the girls’ team plays in the spring. Over the past years, they have won three championships.
  • CHEERLEADING Our cheerleading squad is made up of seventh and eighth grade girls, and they perform at boys’ basketball games and other major school events.
  • VOLLEYBALL An after school program in the spring that culminates in an eighth graders versus teachers game in June.
  • AFTER SCHOOL CHORUS A year-round program for students of all grades. The chorus sings at numerous events such as Ring Day, Commencement, and the annual Evening of the Arts.
  • AFTERSCHOOL DRAMA A spring program in which seventh and eighth graders perform scenes from classical plays in our annual Evening of the Arts.
  • ENGLISH HONORS SEMINAR A winter/spring program for seventh and eighth graders with above 95 averages. Students meet before school starts to discuss literature, writing, and other issues regarding arts and culture.
  • MATH LAB A fall/spring after school program dedicated to supplementing and enhancing our rigorous math curriculum.
  • STUDENT PLAYWRITING FESTIVAL Open only to seventh graders every spring, student-written plays are chosen to be read publicly to parents and teachers.
  • CURRENT EVENTS CLUB Our newest academic program; students meet for a bi-monthly lunch to discuss issues currently in the news.
  • STUDENT COUNCIL Every autumn, our students elect a president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary to work with the administration on fund-raising and other social events.
  • LOVE KITCHEN Our student council raises funds in the winter to help families in need.
  • MIRACLEFOUNDATION Our student council raises funds in the spring to fight cancer.
  • DANCES Every autumn and spring, our student council sponsors evening dances for the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
  • SUPERSTUDENTS Every month, a student from each grade is chosen for accomplishing something super. As a group, they meet for lunch with our principal.
  • THREE HEIRARCHS Every year, we celebrate the lives and accomplishments of St. Gregory the Theologian, St. Basil the Great, and St. John Chrysostom with a dance performance involving every grade.
  • GREEK DANCING Although part of our curriculum, Greek dancing continues after school with performances at our annual Greek festival and at venues throughout the city, including Gracie Mansion.
  • THANKSGIVING BRUNCH After our annual Thanksgiving play, students, teachers, and parents celebrate the holiday with a brunch.
  • CHRISTMAS BRUNCH After our annual Christmas play, students, teachers, and parents celebrate the holiday with a brunch and a visit from Santa Claus.
  • BIG BROTHER/BIG SISTER Seventh and eighth grade students are paired with kindergartners and first graders to exchange friendship, guidance, and inspiration.
  • NATIONAL READERS’ DAY Every autumn, we are visited by local leaders and community members to discuss books and the importance of literacy. 
  • AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM  The After School Program at GAI begins at 2:15 pm and ends at 5:45 pm.  Children in Pre-K up to 8th Grade are welcome.  Homework help, snacks, reading, and play time are some general activities of the program.




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