Read More About A. Fantis Parochial School
Since 1963, A. Fantis Parochial School of Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral in Brooklyn Heights has been educating and nurturing children from pre-school through 8th grade.
This year we are celebrating our 55th anniversary of offering an education grounded in Hellenic culture and Christian values. A. Fantis provides students with the strong foundation needed to matriculate from the city’s premier high schools, including LaGuardia, Stuyvesant, Xavier, and Berkeley-Carroll.
Our school’s innovative educational program includes an 8th Grade Athens Trip and partnerships with elite universities to enhance learning. Fantis attracts families interested in small, student-centered classes.
A. Fantis, a Greek Orthodox school, is welcoming of all students baptized in the Christian faith and is proud of its diverse student body and faculty.
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Since 1963, A. Fantis Parochial School of Sts. Constantine and Helen Cathedral has established a tradition of excellence in Brooklyn Heights. A. Fantis provides a modern education infused with Hellenic culture and Christian values. We promote academic excellence and strength of character in a small, nurturing environment that cultivates scholars who will mature into responsible citizens and real-world problem solvers. Our high school admissions team has helped our graduates enter their schools of choice, including Stuyvesant, Poly Prep, and Dominican Academy. We invite you to tour the facility at the next open house.
Meet the Director |
Mr. Tasoulas has been a dedicated educator for nearly 15 years, during which time he has taught, led, and developed schools in a variety of settings, including independent, special education, and charter. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, spending a year studying abroad in Madrid. He received his master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University, and is working toward his doctorate in educational leadership. As school leader, he focuses on creating a culture that engages in a cycle of continuous improvement. This includes developing faculty and connecting with families and the community to enhance student life and academic achievement.
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