Greek Festival Begins!

Our annual Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral Greek Festival is happening for the entire week of June 4th-9th from 11am-9am—and party to midnight on Sat!.  Support our community by having traditional Greek Food for lunch or dinner, enjoy the kid’s rides and games, or just traditional Greek dance performances. Our K-8th grade students will perform on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th at 8:00pm!

Prevent the Summer Slide

Many children forget some of what they’ve learned or slip out of practice during the summer months. By implementing a few strategies, you can improve your child’s learning for the summer and beyond!

Six books to Success: engage your child in selecting the topics and set a summer goal!

Read Every Day: it can be newspapers, magazines or even a chapter in a book!

Reading Aloud: Help build listening and comprehension skills by taking turns reading together.

Second Grade Presents…

Our 2nd graders worked in small groups to diligently research an animal and present their findings to our 3rd graders!  They went fact finding in the library and on the internet for each animal’s habitat, physical characteristics, and behaviors. Each group included a topic and conclusion paragraph along with photos for their presentation.

French Immersion Summer Camp at Fantis!

Summer is almost here, are your plans all set? Bonjourny will be having camp located at A. Fantis for kids ages 3.5 to 11. Their program ensures children spend 2/3 of their time outside! See a list of our activities here and attend the next Open House event on Saturday May 12th at 10:30am, and May 23rd at 6:30pm.  Bring your kids along! For more information, please RVSP or call 646-588-5068.

Student News

Science Fair 2018

Our budding scientists shared their expertise in our Middle School and Primary School Science Fairs. Projects included Research on Tardigrades, Electric Car and Camera Obscura Models.

Brooklyn Bridge Case Study

Grades 3 & 4 conducted a two-day exploration of the Brooklyn Bridge. Local experts first gave our students a presentation at school before taking them to explore the Bridge for continued study.

Neighborhood Exploration

Pre-K3 took a walk around the neighborhood wondering, “What will we see?” Upon returning to class, they were able to name nearly 50 different things! These little ones are very observant!


June 15th 7:30-9:30pm

Performance of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Mendelssohn’s String Octet. Donation is only suggested. All proceeds will go to Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 64 Schermerhorn St, Brooklyn.

June 16th 4:00-9:00

Class of 2018 8th Grade Graduation

Sept. 5th New Student Orientation

We look forward to meeting all our new students!

Sept. 6th First Day of School

A. Fantis Alumni Spotlight

Fantis Graduates off to College

Our Class of 2014 are now heading to college!  We send congratulations to:

  • Christopher Birney—Penn State University
  • Peter Steinmann—Yale University
  • Lucas Christie—SUNY Broome
  • Andreas Tsiaras—Lehigh University
  • Victoria Mollo—Macaulay Honors College
  • Paulina Noufrios—Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Sofija Radulovic—University of Southern California (Full Scholarship!)
  • Evangelos Vasilakos—Adelphi University

A. Fantis Alumni

We want to hear from you!  Please send updates to [email protected] to be included in next month’s newsletter!

Donate to the A. Fantis
Annual Fund!

Help make education affordable! Donate here for the fiscal year July 2017-2018 annual fund, or mail a check to: A. Fantis, 195 State Street, Brooklyn,  NY 11201 OR check with your employer to find out if they offer company matches.


If you would like to get involved to help A. Fantis grow, please contact our PTO at [email protected]

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