Christmas Message

Dear Parents, Faculty and Staff,

Every holiday season comes with the delight of creating wish lists; the joy of decorating the Christmas tree and the manger scene; and much anticipated family time, gifts and celebrations. Amidst all this excitement, it is important that we take time to appreciate the countless gifts we already have and to think about what and why we are celebrating.

It is important that we focus on Christ this Christmas as we rejoice in the celebration of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. May we strive to see the feel his presence in our world each day and may our lives bear witness to our belief in Jesus Christ. We hope that you enjoy Christmas season, and may God be with you and your family during the coming New year. May the Lord bless the year 2019 and fill your hearts with peace, love and prosperity.


January 2019

Tuesday, 8th Classes Resume
Monday, 21st School Closed - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Thursday, 31st 12:00 Noon Dismissal - Faculty workshop


Our main objectives are to provide opportunities and experiences that will contribute to the total development of our students. We aim to provide experiences wherein the student may learn to discern the difference between fact and opinion, right and wrong, and everything in between. We encourage small group work and independent study to help students develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills, in addition to helping them develop a sense of self-control and self-pacing. We strive to provide all students with opportunities to develop their values and integrity.


Socially, it is our goal to foster in each student a Christian attitude toward and a value for all types of work. We aim to create an atmosphere where the Armenian language, culture, and heritage are experienced and emphasized, while simultaneously promoting the heritage, responsibilities and privileges of being an American. Students cultivate an appreciation of beauty and diversity by providing experiences in art, music, and foreign languages.







Emotionally and Physically

We strive for students to develop a healthy self-image to empower their confidence and to encourage positive daily interactions. Students develop principles and practices of self-care and safety in order to an optimistic and respectful atmosphere where each student can feel comfortable and thrive.


As a Catholic school, one of our main goals is to help students develop all the areas of his/her life within the framework of the Christian traditions and Church’s teachings.