St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School Students Participate in 104th State House Commemoration

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BOSTON, Mass. — On April 12, fourth and fifth graders from St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School participated in the 104th anniversary commemoration of the Armenian Genocide at the Massachusetts State House. They were invited to perform both the Armenian and US national anthems. After the commemoration, the students met with Governor Charlie Baker (R-MA) and keynote speaker, Dr. Nubar Afeyan.

St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School
Established in 1984, St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School is dedicated to educational excellence in an environment rich in Armenian culture. Serving students from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade, it is the only Armenian day school in New England and is accredited by the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE). Accreditation by AISNE provides quality assurance that a school is meeting rigorous standards in all aspects of its operations and that it is operating in alignment with its mission.

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