How did your Greek learning progress in school? At my Bible College we had Intro to Greek I and II and then Greek Exegesis which I guess you might consider as an intermediate class. We used Summer's Elements textbook (which I believe should have never been published since it is virtually unheard of and poorly done--a student in our class had to call the publisher to complain to them and many others in my class voiced their low opinion of it). In Greek I we did 1st and 2nd declension nouns and adjectives, present, future active & middle, and imperfect verbs, prepositions, personal and demonstrative pronouns. In Greek II we did aorist, future passive, perfect and pluperfect, subjunctive, and imperative verbs; participles, 3rd declension nouns, the rest of the pronouns, and some tidbits on articles and irregular adjectives/pronouns and conytract verbs and -mi verbs. Which I found to be quite the imbalance of introductory material.
In Greek Exegesis (under a new teacher) we reviewed the vocabulary in Summers' book and a few bits of basic grammar. We translated at least a half chapter of John's Gospel each week. We were expected to read Wallace's GGBB at a rate that none of us could handle so a couple people complained to the prof, who cut out some of the reading, which I still found too much so I only managed to skim through the parts labelled with a cross. And we also had to do an exegesis paper of a passage, including both a grammatical analysis and a historical background analysis, based on Fee's NT exegesis book.
I'm curious to know what your undergraduate and undergraduate education was like for Greek.