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Spring Term Ancient Greek Classes

Registration for Spring Term courses is now open. Registration closes Dec. 17th.

Whether you are interested in Archaic, Classical, or Koine Greek, this course is for you. It will give you the foundation you need to continue into more advanced material, whichever dialect of Ancient Greek you wish to pursue. We will make use of the outstanding book Athenaze, a graded reader that allows the student to learn much of the Ancient Greek language through context alone, as well as a custom-built interactive digital textbook, which is included with the price of tuition. After completing this course, students will move on to Ancient Greek 102, which will prepare them for our Intermediate sequence.

  • Cost: $850
  • Course Details:
    • Sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

This is the next class in the Beginner sequence, after Ancient Greek 101. You must be enrolled in or have already completed Ancient Greek 101 in order to register for Ancient Greek 102.

After completing Ancient Greek 102, students will move onto Ancient Greek 201. 

  • Cost: $850
  • Course Details:
    • Sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

Are you ready to super-charge your Greek reading and speaking abilities? In this course, we will read Thrasymachus and also read selections from a variety of Ancient Greek primary sources, including the Pre-Socratics, the Gospels, and Aesop. After completing Greek 201, students will move on to Greek 202, which will prepare them for our Advanced sequence.

  • Cost: $725
  • Course Details:
    • Class sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 class session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

This is the next class in the Intermediate sequence, after Ancient Greek 201. You must be enrolled in or have already completed Ancient Greek 201 in order to register for Ancient Greek 202.

After completing Ancient Greek 202, students will move onto Ancient Greek 301. 

  • Cost: $725
  • Course Details:
    • Class sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 class session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

Ready to read Greek as the Ancient Greeks wrote it? Continuing to use Athenaze Vol. II and the second volume of Ephodion, this course will expose you to a ton of Ancient Greek, designed both to deepen your vocabulary and grammatical knowledge as well as familiarize you with a variety of authentic Ancient Greek styles. After completing Ancient Greek 301, students will continue into Ancient Greek 302, a continued exploration of Ancient Greek prose and verse styles.

  • Cost: $725
  • Course Details:
    • Class sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 class session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

Ancient Greek 302

This is the next class in the Advanced sequence, after Ancient Greek 301. You must be enrolled in or have already completed Ancient Greek 301 in order to register for Ancient Greek 302.

  • Cost: $725
  • Course Details:
    • Class sessions last 1.5 hours
    • 1 class session per week
    • Course lasts 14 weeks
    • Begins week of Jan. 8th

Interested in one-on-one instruction? Do you have a particular course of study you’d like to follow? Have a unique schedule that requires odd meeting times for class hours? Our Tutorials exist in order to meet the needs of any student at any Ancient Greek skill level, from Beginner to Expert levels. We can focus on Attic Greek, Koine Greek, or cover both, depending on your preference. Apply today to be considered.

  • Cost: $1,350
  • Ancient Greek Tutorial Details:
    • Sessions last 1 hour
    • 14 total sessions
    • Customize the schedule and curriculum according to your needs

For the first time, the Ancient Language Institute is moving from the internet to the physical world. Come join us in August 2023, for a 10-day Ancient Greek immersion camp, led by some of the best Ancient Greek teachers from around the world.

We will be reading, speaking, laughing, praying, singing, and writing in Greek on the beautiful Eugene campus of the University of Oregon from Aug. 14 – Aug. 25.

Bible Camp is designed for late beginner – early advanced Greek students who want to improve their Greek proficiency and read the Septuagint and the Greek New Testament with ease and enjoyment.

I know too many seminary graduates who have forgotten the Greek they learned in school, and since I'm planning on going to seminary, I was determined not to be one of them. I'm so glad I signed up to study with ALI. Instead of paradigms and flash cards, we have page turners and Greek conversations. If you can remember what it was like when you first learned to read, how you looked forward to finding out what happens next, then you'll have an idea of what it's like learning Koine with ALI.
Craig Green
Customer Service Administrator

What You Need to Know

  1. Classes run on a semester basis.
    • Fall: September – December
    • Spring: January – April
    • Summer: May – August
  2. Class times are selected by students. Once your registration is confirmed, we’ll send you a Google Form to choose your class time.
  3. Classes are live, online classes run by ALI Greek professors. Learn Ancient Greek from anywhere.
  4. You can skip the semester system. With one-on-one Tutorials, you can set up your own class schedule with an ALI professor.
  5.  We want to make sure you’re completely satisfied. If you don’t love your first Greek class, we guarantee a 100% refund. After that, in weeks 2 – 4, refunds will be made on a pro rata basis, based on however many class sessions you’ve attended. We cannot issue refunds after the fourth week of class.

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