Toronto ARS Armenian Day school Students Recognized for Academic Achievements
Toronto ARS Armenian Day school Students Recognized for Academic Achievements –
Toronto – We’re ahead of the game! As in previous years, Canadian Test of Basic Skills results for 2015-2016 show that ARS Armenian Day school Grades 3-8 students are more than half a year ahead of curriculum expectations on average. Also, our returning Grade 10 students had a success rate of 100% for the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test.
Many of our Grades 7-12 students participated in internationally recognized mathematics and computer science contests through the University of Waterloo with impressive results: several students scored in the top 25th percentile worldwide!
A special congratulations to Grade 3 student Tigran Ghazarian for his 1st place finish in the Ontario Federation of Independent Schools Caribou Math Contest in Grades 5/6 and for his 2nd place ranking in his age group among all Canadian participants in the Math Kangaroo Contest! Another achievement was by Grade 7 students Mikayel Baghouzian, Zareh Markarian, Artur Shekyan and Daniel Tcherkezian who participated for the first time in theLet’s Talk Science Challenge at the University of Toronto Scarborough. Out of 31 teams, they finished in 5th place!
A.R.S. Armenian School is the largest co-educational, Armenian-Canadian bilingual and bicultural day school in Ontario, teaching to students from Preschool through to Grade 12.The Armenian language, cultural and religious studies are weaved into the general curriculum in adherence with the Ontario Ministry of Education guidelines.We celebrate our heritage as well as the common ground we share as Canadians.
With over 500 students strong, A.R.S. is an intimate school where students form positive bonds not only with each other and their teachers, but with the entire school community.We encourage and support each student to achieve their personal best, both academically and socially.Students learn their value as individuals, with much to offer both our immediate school community as well as the global community.