Holy Martyrs Armenian Day
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Armenian Day School has earned a well-deserved reputation
for academic excellence and for inspiring a love of Armenian
heritage in her students. From its modest beginnings in
1967, the Hye Bardez Nursery School has grown into an
elementary school from nursery through sixth grade. HMADS
combines the best elements of American education with an
emphasis on Armenian language and culture.
is fully accredited by the New York State Department if
Education and is superbly guided by its Principal, Zarminé
Boghosian. With its dedicated teaching staff, the strive
towards new goals and high standards are part of daily
life. Children explore their rich heritage through
literature, history, music and dance while instilled with
values that strengthen them as they grow into adulthood.
Along with enriching their minds and souls in this friendly
environment, new generations of Armenians create an
unbreakable bond not only with the school, but with each
other. Thus, the legacy continues in the nurturing of minds
Housed in the
Community Center of the Armenian Church of the Holy Martyrs
in Bayside, New York, the school is supported by various
philanthropic organizations. An Endowment Fund has been
established welcoming the generosity of the international
community, and endeavor that will hopefully attract a broad
participation and allow for expansion of the present
One need only
visit the Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School to appreciate the
invaluable contribution it is making to the future of our
nation and people – carefully nurturing growth of our
children not only as Americans but also as Armenians.
of the HMADS have distinguished themselves in their
schools, colleges and careers since the first class of
graduates in 1982. Many
have been honored by their high schools and are recipients
of scholarships to colleges and universities.
HMADS is proudly welcoming the "FRUITS OF OUR ROOTS" where
many of our alumni
have chosen to send their precious children to HMADS. As you
can see .. the legacy continues...
Including the class of 2015 a total of 265 students have
graduated from HMADS.