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STS. SAHAG AND MESROB ARMENIAN LANGUAGE SCHOOL 
FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS

 


Classes are held every Tuesday 6:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. from mid September to early June, approximate total of 32 classes.


CONVERSATION, READING AND WRITING, HISTORY, LITERATURE, MUSIC

  

Tuition for children 
$100 for first child plus cost of books 
$90 for each additional child plus cost of books 
  

 

Tuition for adults 
Parents with children registered in school 
$100 plus cost of books 
Others $200 plus cost of books 

 

 

For more information contact 
Nvard Danayan
tel: 401-943-4001

 

nvarddanayan@yahoo.com

 

 


The mission of Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Armenian School is to teach Armenian language and to instill a sense of Armenian pride in our children.

Classes are held every Tuesday 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. from late August to early June, approximate total of 32 classes.

Our Armenian School has a staff of teachers who fluently read, write and converse. They are a group of highly motivated individuals that come from various backgrounds and countries. Our teachers bring our students diverse experiences and knowledge of our language. Our classrooms are designed to meet the needs of our students which range from beginner level to a more advanced level.

Our curriculum is set by our diocesan Armenian Language Lab. The children are introduced to Armenian alphabet, vocabulary, phrases, conversation, reading and writing. To achieve high performance of our students, weekly homework is provided in Armenian writing, reading and conversation. In addition, we have the students research questions on some of our key historical figures as well as events. Each week our classroom teachers add new vocabulary, phrases and conversation building onto their student knowledge base of the language.

On Tuesday evenings we start school by reciting “Hayr Mer” (the Lord’s Prayer), followed by singing the national anthem of Armenia. The children then go to their respective classes for 55 minutes of reading, writing, and Armenian conversation. Here our instructors give our students a solid foundation on the Armenian alphabet, phonetically sounding out letters to read words and sentences.

At 7:00 p.m. we have a 15 minute history class to learn about Armenian historical figures and their contributions.

At 7:15 we have a 15 minute break at which time the children have snacks and drinks. During this time we take the opportunity to expose our students to Armenian history, music, literature, arts and crafts, current events and other important/interesting topics related to Armenians and Armenia. Occasionally we have guests who speak to the children about various topics such as Armenian musical instruments. We also give our children the opportunity to hear musical selections from various musicians and learn about Armenian composers to peak their interest with the Armenian culture.

During the second part of Armenian school the children learn Armenian songs. Here, through music, our students practice the great Armenian composers’ songs to practically learn the Armenian words, meanings and pronunciations.

The tuition is $100.00 per school year for the first child in a family and $90.00 for additional children, this includes books and materials. (Tuition is waved for families who are unable to pay). Tuition for adults is $200, which does not include books.

Our goal with our students over time is to have them be able to speak, read and write the Armenian language and to also give them a general knowledge of our rich ancestry. In addition, we want our students to walk away with a strong Armenian spirit that will carry them through their lives so our culture will continue to live through our children.

"That which keeps a nation alive and united is language and faith"


Khachatur Abovyan


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 ARMENIAN SCHOOL LANGUAGE CLASSES FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS REGISTRATION AND FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL



IF JAPANESE CHILDREN CAN LEARN AN ARMENIAN SONG

DON'T YOU THINK YOUR CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN CAN TOO?
DON'T YOU THINK YOU SHOULD GIVE THEM THE CHANCE TO LEARN ARMENIAN AND LEARN ABOUT THEIR ARMENIAN HERITAGE?

BRING THEM TO ARMENIAN SCHOOL TUESDAY NIGHTS 6 PM TO 8:00 PM

ARMENIAN SCHOOL
Registration and first day of school TUESDAY AUGUST 28, 2012 @ 6PM
Classes for children and adults.
Conversation, reading, writing, history, literature, music,
Classes are limited. Preregistration is recommended.
For registration please contact Hagop or Marie Ghajanian tel: 401-467-2582, e-mail: h.ghajanian@hotmail.com.

You may also contact the church office. tel: 401-272-7712, e-mail: office@stsahmes.org.

Thanking you in advance and wishing a well deserved and nice vacation.

Dn. Hagop



"Armenian Food" night, 2010