Holy Martyrs Armenian Elem/ferrahian High School's Full Profile
Holy Martyrs Armenian Elem/ferrahian High School says
Holy Martyrs Armenian Elementary and Ferrahian High School was founded in Encino, California in 1964. Armenian Schools primarily aspire to preserve, enrich, and further enhance the wealth of Armenian culture and the well-being of the Armenian Nation. We assure the intellectual, spiritual, and physical development of the new Armenian generation through the application of an educational program in which the pursuit of higher studies, the strict enforcement of positive and constructive school discipline, and the maintenance of a healthy social environment imbued with Armenian values constitute the basic rules. We strive for the undeviating development of ethnic Armenian education within the framework of universal human values, as well as provide all Armenian students with an opportunity to grow within an Armenian-speaking environment and acquire strength from traditional Armenian values, such as family, religion, nation, morality, and arts.
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Student Teacher Ratio
14 : 1
44% Male / 56% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
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