GLENDALE—Following many months of hard work and preparation, Chamlian Armenian School has been granted another 6-year term of accreditation through the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
In its official communication, the commission congratulates the school on the “quality of instruction being offered and the commitment to school improvement.” Retiring Principal Vazken Madenlian is very proud of this achievement, stating that it is an “excellent recognition and affirmation of Chamlian’s many accomplishments, as well as the hard work and dedication put forth by its staff and faculty.”
Through rigorous standards and research-based criteria, WASC fosters excellence in education by recognizing schools that meet a high of level of quality. Chamlian has been accredited by WASC since 1983, providing students with an excellent academic program in a nurturing environment. True to its mission, the school seeks to develop students who are life-long learners and productive citizens with good character and a deep appreciation for the Armenian language, culture and heritage.