Armenian Mesrobian School Reviews
I love attending Armenian Mesrobian School. It may be small, but it's tiny size allows for a tight-knit community where teachers truly care for their students, not just in the academic world, but in the real world as well. Also because of its small student to faculty ratio, teachers are enabled to spend more time with each student individually, which allows the student to understand what they are learning better.
Armenian Mesrobian School is a small community that mostly consists of Armenians. The small classrooms allows a one to one experience with the teachers. Most of the high school classes consist around 10 people. The school is active in the Armenian community and many events and holidays have to do with the Armenian culture. Because the school is small you can feel as if you're in a family environment on the other hand some students may feel left out, and find it hard to find a different group of people. The teachers are amazing and they truly care about their students future. When they can teachers will help the student in whatever way possible if the student is willing to put in effort. The school recently has been trying to implement more technology in learning, requiring students to bring their laptop charged to school everyday. Unfortunately the school does not offer clubs, and most of the 7th period activities are dull and unexciting.
There are a variety of extracurriculars but could need more options for students to participate.
Not too happy with the quality of food and variety of food being served.
I was very disappointed in not being taught Math courses in my 10th and 11th grade, which affected my math exams in college. Would like to see more advanced classes and qualified teachers.