On Saturday, September 16, the Kirikian Armenian School will open its doors once again to students aged 2 1/2 to 12 years old, eager to learn all aspects of Armenian language, history, culture, religion, music, and more.
The school provides a quality education by offering double sections for each grade level, one for the Armenian-speaking child and the other for the non-Armenian speaking child. Both classes follow the same curriculum, but the non-Armenian Class is taught conversation as well. In addition to reading, writing, grammar and conversation practices, the Kirikian Armenian School provides instructions in Armenian history, religion, Armenian dance, Armenian songs (starting with the 4th grade Armenian Church Hymns “sharagans”) and starting with the 5th grade, geography of Armenia and Armenian literature. The school also has a Youth Choir who practice regularly and participate in the Divine Liturgy on Sundays.
The Kirikian Armenian School is very nurturing and welcomes all new students with open arms. Please click here for further information regarding the Kirikian Armenian School of St. Thomas Armenian Church.