IMPROVING QUALITY OF EDUCATION (IQE)

Qualified Faculty

At the end of the last academic year, the school administration introduced major changes in the composition of the faculty.

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Maintenance of Requisite Student Population

A majority of our students come from families with modest income. To maintain the..

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Academic Excellence

innovative professional development and strong parent-school relationships are expected to further strengthen through the IQE plan.

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Requisite Equipment

The IQE plan is predicated on the requirement that our human resources will perform at ..

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Count Down To Our 50th Anniversary.

Armenian Mesrobian School

Armenian Mesrobian School is one of ten schools under the jurisdiction of the Western Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church.  As such, its mission is that of all Prelacy schools: to promote academic excellence, the development of well-rounded individuals, and the preservation of the national character and the heritage of the Armenian people, their language, culture, traditions, and religion.
  • Armenian Cultural Night

  • Parent Education

  • Staff Development

  • Parent Conferences

  • Honor Roll Night

  • Staff Development

  • Science Fair

  • Education Workshop

What our Students say

Mesrobian offers a comprehensive educational program to students ranging from early childhood education through twelfth grade. The college preparatory high school classes are certified to the University of California.  Qualified students have the option of taking honors or Advanced Placement classes in Armenian, biology, English, and United States history.
  • Having had an older child attend public school (and both being products of public school ourselves), my husband and I were unfamiliar with the entire private/prep school process and the options available to our son. Susan Hendricks educated us on all the different prep and/or private schools that we should consider, and helped us select the school that was best for our son.   Moving from a public to a private day school has benefited our son enormously and Susan was instrumental in making this transition happen. Now, as our son begins to consider colleges, Susan is advising us again throughout this college selection process.
    Susan Karapetian