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Ayb School

Ayb School
"Know and Create"
Tbilisi Highway 11/11, Arabkir district

School type Private, non-profit organization
Established 2011
President Father Mesrop Aramian
Head of school Aram Pakhchanian
Staff 53
Grades 1-12
Number of students 195
Language Armenian, English, Russian
Color(s) White and Orange
Affiliation Ayb Educational Foundation

Ayb School (Armenian: Այբ դպրոց) is a private educational complex in Yerevan, Armenia, opened in 2011 by the Ayb Educational Foundation.


Ayb Educational Foundation was established in 2006 to contribute to the development of education in Armenia. In 2010, the Government of Armenia allocated an area of 7 hectares for the realization of the Ayb School project. In 2011, the first section of the Ayb educational complex was opened.[1]

At the beginning, the complex was opened as a secondary school. In 2013, the elementary section was opened. The middle section of the school will be ready for the 2014-2015 educational year.

The school is directed by the board of trustees, headed by father Mesrop Aramian.

In the near future, the complex will also have its own sports complex, art centre, media centre and the Church of the Holy Translators.

The Ayb High School is a non-profit organization and functions as a foundation, legally registered as the Ayb Learning Hub Foundation.

The motto of the school is Know and Create (Armenian: Իմա եւ արա and Armenian: Իմացիր և արարիր).



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