In his welcoming speech, the school administrator of the current academic year Sarkis Kerkezian, thanked the parents and the teachers for their support and cooperation which helped the school to overcome all the difficulties and the challenges during the passed academic year. He emphasized the importance of the learning the Armenian language, religion and History that will evolve the Armenian spirit among the new generation.
The students prayed collectively the Holy prayer, sang songs and recited poems learned during the past two academic years. Through their performance they were able to give a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction to their parents and the audience.
Archbishop Gorun Babyan was invited to deliver his message to the students and the parents. He emphasized the importance of the continuity and persistence to overcome all the challenges of the school. He gave several examples from the Armenian communities of neighboring gulf countries and how they started with the same humble beginnings and now have grown into a full fledge organized schools. He said that some of the students who had graduated from the One day Armenian schools have pursued careers and doctorate degrees in Armenian Literature and History. Serpazan Hayr stressed on the importance of commitment and dedication to the objectives of the school which will enhance the presence of the Armenian character in this rapidly developing community. He thanked the Lebanese Ambassador and the director of the Lebanese school for providing the school facilities.
Father Aram Dekermendjian, who visits
The event ended with a souvenir photo session, which was followed by a community lunch.
About Mesrobian Armenian one day school of
Mesrobian Armenian one day School was established by the Armenian National Council of Qatar in 2004. The School was named after St. Mesrob since its establishment date coincided with the 1600 centenary celebrations of the Armenian alphabet invention.
Currently, the school has 13 registered students divided into 4 classes by there corresponding age groups (from 4 – 12 years old). The 2 hour/week one day school is held over the weekend according to the convenience and the agreement of all the parents.
The curriculum of the school mainly focuses on teaching Armenian Language, grammar, Armenian history and Religion. The classes are conducted in the premises of the
In addition to the books, workbooks, and software, the school provides a pick up bus facility to the students.
Welcoming speech by school Administrator Sarkis Kerkezian
A group of the Students praying the Holy Prayer
Serpazan Hayr giving his blessings to the School
Archbishop Gorun Babyan accompanied by Father Aram Dekermendjian and Mr. Arsen Hallajian Chairman of
The Mesrobian Armenian one day School family, parents, teachers, students, surrounding the guests Archbishop Gorun Babyan and father Aram Dekermendjian.