The Mourad Armenian School, in partnership with parents and community members and organizations guides and prepares students in perpetuating the Armenian language, history, culture and traditions, while focusing on character, knowledge, and mutual respect for others in order to help students achieve confidence and success.
The Mourad Armenian National School of Sts. Vartanantz Armenian Apostolic Church was established in 1934 to provide children of the community the opportunity to learn the language, history, and culture of their forefathers. Mourad Armenian School is where our children build lifelong friendships and memories and they experience an enriching Armenian environment.
The Armenian National Education Committee (ANEC) under the jurisdiction of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of North America, the Armenian Relief Society Eastern Regional Executive, the Pastor, and the Board of Trustees of Sts. Vartanantz Church assist and supervise the Armenian Saturday School.
What Areas Of Study Are Included In The Curriculum?
· Language Arts
· Conversational Armenian
· Social Studies
· Arts and Crafts
Who May Enroll?
Classes are available for Pre-K to Middle School aged students. No prior knowledge of Armenian is required.
Young children must be at least 3 and a half years old, ready to sit, listen and learn. They need to be potty trained and able to separate from their parents.
When Do Classes Take Place?
Every Saturday, September through May, from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm.
“Dzapeeg-Tateeg” Toddler Group
This program is for children between the ages of 18 months to 3 years. Each class is 45 minutes long and it is designed to cater to the toddler’s short attention span while giving them the opportunity to explore and develop their Armenian language, social and cognitive skills.
Classes take place the first Saturday of each month at 10:15AM.
Who May I Contact to Enroll My Child?
Please contact co-principals Lala Attarian at 415-606-7823 or June Mangassarian at 401-651-1921 or email: email@example.com