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Hellenic American Academy Congratulates Its Graduates

DEERFIELD, IL – Hellenic American Academy in Deerfield, IL, congratulated its graduates on June 5 in the following statement:

Congratulations to all the graduates of the Hellenic American Academy programs! May your achievements be a source of pride for you, your families and our entire Greek Orthodox community.

Through your hard work, you have not only gained academic excellence but have also embraced the universal principles of Hellenism which have enabled you to understand the origins of democratic thinking, independent thought and the pursuit of lifelong learning.

Hellenic American Academy congratulated all the graduates of its programs. Photo: Hellenic American Academy

Remember these important values as you progress in your journey and continue to make the world one of respect and greatness. You have the power to inspire and transform your communities!

May your future be filled with success, happiness and lifelong learning. The future is yours to shape— go out there and make it amazing! We’re so proud of you and can’t wait to see what incredible things you’ll achieve.

The Hellenic American Academy will forever have its doors open to you!

The graduates of Hellenic American Academy posed for a commemorative photo with Consul General of Greece in Chicago Emmanuel Koubarakis. Photo: Hellenic American Academy

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