For your consideration is the regular issue of Zarkerak, Ayb School’s electronic journal, covering the period between May and August, 2015. As […]
We believe in the idea of transformation through education. We act for the sake of a better future for our children. And we make that future closer day by day with our work.
We are a team of visionaries and a community of hundreds of bright individuals united around the idea of education. Each Ayb supporter stands apart as an example to follow, and they all come together to create a new learning culture in Armenia.
We see the results of our efforts today and we strive to achieve more tomorrow.
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Ayb School leads the chart in its subgroup of the national ranking of schools
416 students study at Ayb Schools
The new building of the Ayb Middle School will be launched in September, 2016. It accommodates 180 students from 5th to 9th grades. The building is 4-storeyed, with a total area of 4200 m2. It is equipped with modern educational technologies, various laboratories, art & crafts studios, a sport hall, an amphitheater, game and recreation zones, etc.
Learn more and choose your way to join the Ayb School new building project.
Ayb High School is the first social program in the field of education. The scholarship granting system offers equal opportunities to all students admitted to Ayb High School to get the best education, regardless of their family’s paying capacity.
Each year, more than 70% of Ayb High School students receive scholarships.
Support the Ayb School Scholarship Fund. Invest in tomorrow’s bright stars!
Fablab – an exclusive program of large-scale impact on the introduction of “smart” laboratories in Armenia, which leads to the formation of applications. Fablab – a workshop-laboratory, equipped with special devices and materials that allow the use of innovative technologies in various fields of science and produce samples of “substantially all”.
Fablabs were created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA), and is now actively distributed worldwide. The first two fablabs in Armenia will be opened at the school “AYB” in Yerevan and the Central School of Dilijan.
Kangaroo international math contest, Meghu Armenian language contest, Russian Bear linguistics contest, All Armenian Tournament of Young Chemists, and soon World Robotics Olympiad’s national competition – these are the international and local school contests that Ayb organizes or is going to organize every year in Armenia and Artsakh. With these contests, Ayb has set new standards to mass school contests and created high quality testing and assessment criteria. With the help of these contests, Ayb gives every Armenian student, even at remote villages, an opportunity to participate in the most popular contests with their peers worldwide, to learn and love various disciplines anew. You can support the development and sustainability of school contests in Armenia and Artsakh.
Ayb Educational Foundation, in cooperation with the University of Cambridge and UCL Institute of Education, has started a major, national scale educational initiative named National Program for Educational Excellence. The program is aimed at building a world-class, internationally recognized educational platform, the Araratian Baccalaureate, for Armenian schools in Armenia and the Diaspora, as well as establishing a culture of teacher excellence and transforming the teacher’s profession into one of the “dream jobs” in the country. The program is realized by the RA Ministry of Education and Science and Ayb Educational Foundation. The program is financed by the RA Government.
For centuries, the Armenian Church and School worked hand in hand, ensuring the spiritual and national unity of our people and cultivating creative harmony between knowledge and values. The Church at Ayb Learning Hub is a unique architectural project, consisting of stone books, each of which signifies one of our Holy Translators. The construction symbolizes the individuals whose significant written legacy is the basis of Armenian national and spiritual identity.
Choose your way to join in the construction of the Holy Translators church.
Every time when thanks to Ayb one talented Armenian student gets better opportunities for education, registers new achievements and victories, we feel happiness and satisfaction.
We are proud that through education we mould a new generation connected to their roots and committed to assume responsibility for the future. We are proud that we are part of this big and virtuous work.
We are proud that we are Ayb!
students participated in Kangaroo 2015 in Armenia and Artsakh
students participated in Meghu 2014 in Armenia and Artsakh
70000+ number of downloads of the Autoschool mobile app developed by Ayb students
Ayb’s idea of transformation through education has brought together a remarkably diverse group of individuals with best qualities. The key of our successes are people:
which has been making dreams come true for a good 9 years thanks to professionalism, responsibility and care.
who kindle the light of learning desire in our students thanks to their talent and creativity.
who invest their time, authority and resources for the development of education.
who are our true asset and who, with their achievements and innovative endeavors, come to prove that we’re doing the right thing.
By joining the Ayb projects, you will enrich and empower our cause with your experience, efforts and new qualities. Any contribution is precious for us. Every dollar counts.
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The RA Ministry of Culture has awarded Ayb School music teacher Arusyak Mantashyan a certificate of honor and the Grigor Narekatsi Medal for expanding the framework of the Nran Hatik (“Pomegranate Grain”) republican junior […]
Today, on November 12, almost 8500 students from 313 schools of Armenia and 13 schools of Stepanakert will participate in the “Russian Bear Cub – Linguistics for All” school […]
Today the “Meghu—Armenian for All” contest is taking place. This year, 42000 students from 998 schools of Armenia and Artsakh were registered to participate in the contest. […]