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Welcome to our School

NAREG Armenian School is an established independent school accommodating students from Kindergarten to Year 12 in Sydney, Australia.

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Latest News and Announcements

Events for 2010

Australia Day Function at the school Tuesday 26 January.

Teacher training day Wednesday 27 January.

Term 1 begins and students return Thursday 28 January.

Vartanank Day Thursday 11th February.

Pancake Day Tuesday 16th February.

Enrolment for 2014 has commenced

Please contact the school for a prospectus and application form.

About our School

The school provides bi-lingual education. The curriculum caters for the needs of students and meets all the requirements set by statutory bodies.

The focus at the school has always been based on developing the students to their potential both academically and socially in a caring Christian environment.

The school is proud of the commitment of a dedicated group of professional teachers and management.

A commitment to the study of Armenian language, culture and tradition has delivered students who can display depth of thought and ability beyond their years.

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Our Mission

"We will provide an environment where all individuals are encouraged to learn, develop and achieve their potential within an Armenian Christian community."

In the Year 404, the Armenian people had their first alphabet and soon after, many schools were established in several regions of Armenia. This desire to learn continues many centuries later. Led by St Gregory's Lantern, Father Anton's vision has paved the way for a generation of children who have now become proud representatives of their community, both as Christians and Armenians, carrying forth "the lantern" to enlighten and lead the next generation of Armenians in Australia.

Our School emblem "Roots" and motto, "We Will Grow" - symbolise the regrowth of a Nation in a part of the world far removed from the ancient Christian ancestral lands of Armenia. With "no roots" we have "no fruits" and so, it is our aim to promote the beauty and strength of our Armenian culture here in Australia, which is proudly multicultural.

Upcoming Events

Australia Day Function Tuesday 26 January

Term 1 begins Thursday 28 January

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"We Will Grow"