|History of Our School|
Armenian Sisters’ Academy is operated by the Armenian Sisters of the Immaculate Conception which was founded in Constantinople in 1847. The order is dedicated to the education of Armenian children worldwide. The Lexington school is one of the three schools run by the Sisters in North America. The others are in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.
The school occupies two large buildings on beautifully landscaped acreage. It serves the needs of children of preschool age through the eighth grade. It is certified by the Lexington School System meeting local and state standards for education.
The school is committed to ensure that students leave the Armenian Sisters’ Academy as ethical young men and women, who possess the integrity to become responsible citizens, with deep passion for learning.
Our graduates continue into High school and college, with a strong education, a sense of self, and respect towards their families and others. We are successful, because we have awakened each individual student’s gifts and talents, and motivated them to continue to learn and become responsible, and committed young adults.
Throughout the year, we receive commendations from private and public high schools where our students have journeyed. The commendations endorse that our students are excelling in their studies, and the individual student’s attitude towards learning is how this accomplishment is made.