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King Constantine Medal

康斯坦丁二世 King Constantine King Constantine 康斯坦丁奖

King Constantine Medal

Born 2 June 1940, Constantine II is the former King of Greece, reigning from 1964 until the monarchy was abolished in 1973. He is also by birth a Prince of Denmark.

He succeeded his father Paul in March 1964, being styled His Majesty Constantine II, King of the Hellenes. Although the accession of the young monarch was initially regarded auspiciously, his reign soon became controversial: Constantine's involvement in the Apostasia of July 1965 created unrest among sections of the population and aggravated the ongoing political instability that culminated in the Colonels' Coup of 21 April 1967.

The King Constantine Medal is produced by Round Square and distributed in November each year to all Global member schools. This medal may be awarded to a student or staff/faculty member at a Round Square Global member school’s annual prize-giving or another formal occasion. The medal is treated with the same sense of importance as the Kurt Hahn Prize or any other major award given by the school.

King Constantine Medal Criteria

This medal is presented to an individual or individuals from within the Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada community who has/have done unusual and outstanding service work and has thereby supported and promoted the IDEALS of Round Square at Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada. Nominations are received by the Round Square Board of Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada, and the student board members vote on the recipient each year.

The medal is named after the former King of Greece, Constantine II, who is currently the President of the Round Square Board, as well as the Patron of Round Square. As a teenager, he attended Anavryta School in Athens which later became a founding Round Square member school, which started his lifelong connection to Round Square.

Beijing Concord College of Sino-Canada’s King Constantine Medal recipients

2016 CHEN Nannan