Why Mesrobian?

Small is beautiful. Here at Mesrobian, we take advantage of our small class sizes and family atmosphere in order to provide individualized attention in a safe environment.

A Place to Grow

Mesrobian is one of the few schools that offers a complete educational experience from early childhood up to college preparatory high school.

Culture is Essential

Instilling the right values is as much an important part of the Mesrobian experience as succeeding academically and in athletics.

Proficiency-Based Grading

Mesrobian will become one of the first schools to completely redefine how courses are taught and how students learn based on the latest research and recommendations from the cognitive, information, educational, and organizational sciences.

The Mesrobian Family

Over our 50 years of being open, Mesrobian graduates through the years have become vital members of society and pillars of their communities.

Welcome to Armenian Mesrobian School

Welcome to Armenian Mesrobian School

Mesrobian offers a comprehensive educational program, accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, to students ranging from early childhood education through twelfth grade. The college preparatory high school classes are certified to the University of California, and honors or Advanced Placement classes are offered in Armenian, English, mathematics, science, and social sciences. The board of trustees of the school includes officials from the school itself and the Holy Cross Armenian Apostolic Cathedral in Montebello. The school is affiliated with the church. The school serves the Armenian community east of Downtown Los Angeles, including those in Pico Rivera, Montebello, and Whittier.

- Learn More...

Mesrop Mashtots (Մեսրոպ Մաշտոց) - Our School's Namesake

An Armenian theologian, linguist and hymnologist. He is best known for having invented the Armenian alphabet c. 405 AD, which was a fundamental step in strengthening the Armenian statehood and the bond between the Armenian Kingdom and Armenians living in the Byzantine Empire and the Persian Empire. He was also, according to a number of scholars and contemporaneous Armenian sources, the creator of the Caucasian Albanian and Georgian alphabets. - Learn More...