Innovative Programs

Case Studies

For the first time in Greece, Mandoulides Schools, in cooperation with the educational organization StageLearn, are introducing case studies in the Projects lesson.

For decades, case studies have been successfully used as an educational tool in prestigious universities abroad and specifically in law, business and medical undergraduate and graduate schools.

Case studies are realistic stories that connect academic knowledge with everyday life. In dealing with case studies, students assume a leading role and answer scientific and ethical questions. This educational method can be used not only to explore scientific issues, but also to develop critical thinking and cultivate team spirit.


  • Development of critical thinking abilities.
  • Cultivation of team spirit.
  • Exploration of modern scientific issues.
  • Predominantly influenced by STEM sciences.

Watch & Learn:
Preparation for the Panhellenic examinations is changing...

For the first time in Greece, Mandoulides Schools are applying exclusively an innovative program, which provides 10th and 12th grade students the opportunity for further practice on topics of Ancient Greek, Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry on the model of the Panhellenic examinations, online, at home!

Students are able to:

  • See the solutions to original practice questions on video created according to the Panhellenic examinations’ standards, answered in an exemplary manner, as the examination system requires.
  • Familiarize themselves with the system and the examinations’ requirements.
  • Practice addressing challenging questions of varying degrees of difficulty.

Flipped Classroom:
The class is changing...

The program Flipped Classroom takes 8th and 9th grade students on an exciting journey of knowledge in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology through modern online lectures, which students can watch at home, before the lectures are given in class!

The implementation of this program allows teachers to spend more time on additional consolidation exercises and to cooperate with all the students in the classroom, while making lectures enjoyable and creative.


Art & Science Days

The program caters to 2nd - 12th grade students of Mandoulides Schools and other schools of the city, public and private. Its main aim is to bring children closer to the world of Computer Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and the arts.

Mandoulides Computer Epathlon & Hackathlon

21/01/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
4th - 7th grade students

The program Computer Epathlon & Hackathlon offers students the opportunity to develop their programming skills and to channel their creativity in advanced technological and computer science applications. Specifically, students experiment with 3D design and 3D printing, while learning to program games and mobile phone applications. What is more, Mandoulides Computer Hackathlon combines children’s desire to solve mathematics or other riddles with training in internet safety and data protection.


21/01/2017, 11:00 - 13:00
Students: Pre-Kindergarten - 6th Grade

At Arkki workshops our little “architects” see the world through different angles, experiment, plan and discover their talents. Through experiential learning, children reinforce their three-dimensional perception, their mathematical thinking and their communication skills.

Arkki workshops are taught by Greek architects and teachers certified in Finland.


coding girls

Coding Girls

11/02/2017, 10:00 - 13:00
4th  - 9th grade students

Coding Girls is a unique educational program that aims to inspire all girls to channel their creativity digitally by learning to program, design and direct interactive 3D stories and impressive games. The program has the support of Microsoft Hellas, and it is FREE and open to all girls from 4th to 9th Grade.

The program includes:

  • Creation of virtual 3D worlds only for girls
  • Design and direction of interactive 3D stories
  • Computer games design using MsKodu
  • Development of impressive projects using Alice3D
  • Learning how to program easily and stylishly


Kangaroo Plus

04/03/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
2nd  - 8th grade students

Within the framework of the Mathematical Competition “Kangaroo 2016,” Mandoulides Schools are offering preparatory courses for students who will take part in the competition. During the lessons, Michalis Lamprou, Professor of Mathematics at the University of Crete and the supervisor of the competition in Greece will present questions similar to those that will be found in the competition.


Young Scientists: Exploring Laboratories from an Early Age

01/04/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
4th - 7th grade students

Within the framework of this program, students collaborate in groups in order to create a solar- powered car. The principles of mechanics, energy and its conversions, as well as the development of engineering skills are blended in a mix of learning and fun, with impressive results.


Mandoulides Computer Epathlon & Hackathlon Camp

28 - 29/08/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
4th - 9th grade students

Program Supervisors: Lazaros Tzimkas & Dimitrios Chatzikostas

By using the programming environment Scratch of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Kodu by Microsoft, students learn to program by creating impressive 3D games and animation. At the same time, students have the opportunity to express themselves with impressive multimedia stories and to have fun by creating their own electronic music.


Mandoulides Programming Day

30/08/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
Junior - Senior High School students

Program Supervisor: Lazaros Tzimkas
Lecturer: Christos Malliarakis*

The program aims to inspire students to program their computer. Younger students are taught the philosophy of programming and learn to program in specially designed virtual microcosms. Then they are invited to program virtual robots to find their way out of labyrinths, and to solve playful problems with the minimum number of commands. Older students who are already familiar with programming, are taught algorithms, design and how to solve problems and plan their solutions in the programming language C/C ++.

*Christos Malliarakis is a graduate of the Department of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia with a PhD in teaching Programming and Masters degrees in Information Systems and Management. He has published more than 30 papers in international conferences, journals and book chapters. He has worked as a Software Engineer and an IT teacher at Mandoulides Schools while he has also prepared students for Olympiads in Informatics.


Mathematical Games

31/08 - 01/09/2017
Days and times: Thursday - Friday, 10:00 - 14:00
5th - 6th grade students

Program Supervisors: Panagiotis Vranis & Ilias Katsogiannis

The purpose of the program is to guide and motivate children to approach the basic concepts of mathematics by combining knowledge and entertainment. With puzzles, patterns, and basic knowledge of mathematics, mathematical thinking is cultivated as a resource for their educational and later professional career.


Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning

31/08 - 02/09/2017
& 04 - 05/09/2017, 10:00 - 14:00
Students: 7th - 12th Grade

Program Supervisors: Panagiotis Vranis & Ilias Katsogiannis

The purpose of this program is to involve and attract the attention of students through carefully designed exercises, subtly leading them to the fundamental understanding of concepts. The aim is to prompt students to experiment, to form hypotheses, and to ask the right questions in order to understand that they are able to overcome obstacles and discover their own answers to questions and complex mathematical problems.


F1 in Schools

F1 in Schools is the world's largest technology competition and one of the most comprehensive training programs that enhances the interest of students for Science, New Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM Education), where they acquire innovation & entrepreneurship knowledge, they learn to cooperate and they work in groups according to the standards of professional teams of Formula 1.

1st place in the
5th National
«F1 in Schools 2016»