QSI International School of Yerevan
|QSI International School of Yerevan|
|Age||3 to 18|
The QSI International School of Yerevan (QSIY) is an international school in Yerevan, Armenia, part of the Quality Schools International group. It is an independent, coeducational, day school which offers an educational program to children of all nationalities ages 3 to 18. QSIY was founded in 1995.
At the beginning of the 2010-2011 school year, enrolment was 85 and there were 31 full-time and 3 part-time faculty members
The school offers an educational program with a curriculum similar to that of U.S. public and private schools. Instruction is in English. Courses include English, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education, Russian, German, French, Armenian, computer, art and music. Soccer, basketball, karate, dance, boy scouts, girl scouts, chess, Armenian language, and other activities are offered as after-school activities. The elementary grades are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The school is accredited in the United States by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA). The school is also registered and accredited with the government of Armenia.
The school moved to a new location during August 1999 and was located above the office of a furniture factory.  It remained in that location until early 2011. The school relocated to a new purpose-built multi-story location in February 2011. The new building contains classrooms for ages 3-4 through secondary level including classrooms for art and music, a science laboratory, a kitchen and food-serving area attached to a canteen/hall with stage, a library, and a computer lab. Phase 2 of the building process will see a gymnasium attached to the school. As in the former location, the new school has a security gate with 24 hour security personnel on staff.
- QSI School released by the US Office of Overseas Schools, 2010/2011
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