St. Stephen's Armenian Elem. School

47 Nichols Avenue , Watertown, MA 02472
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Phone (617) 926-6979
Fax (617) 923-8299

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Admissions Contact
Houry Boyamian, Principal
(617) 926-6979

Grades Served Nursery-Preschool-K-1-2-3-4-5
Boarding/Day Day School
Single-Sex or Co-ed Co-ed
Day Enrollment 160
Boarding Enrollment n/a
Setting Suburban
Religious Affiliation Armenian Apostolic Church
Student-Faculty Ratio 10:1
Average Class Size 16
Accrediting Body Association of Independent Schools in New England
Special Programs/Features In our ongoing effort to provide our students with a well rounded educational experience St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School offers a wide variety of after school and enrichment programs during the school year. Such as chess, science, computers, creative arts, drama, basketball and book club. The school organizes field trips to the Museum of Science, Museum of fine Arts, the Harvard Natural History Museum, Science Discovery Museum and more.
Next Scheduled Open House Open Houses being scheduled. Please check back.
Summer Programs This school offers summer programs. More Info
Application Deadline Preferably by May 1st.
Required Testing N/A
Tuition $5,625-Grade 1-5, $6,299-Kindergarten, $7,723-Pre-School
Financial Aid Program Yes
% of Student Body on
Financial Aid
Accepts international students requiring an I-20 visa?
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St. Stephen's Armenian Elem. School is a child centered Armenian, American Institution committed too academic excellence. At the Pre-School level the curriculum nurtures the whole child. Developing the skills in the Armenian language at the Elementary level the core curriculum subjects are taught in English. The Armenian language, religion and history are taught in Armenian with an emphasis on creating awareness and instilling an appreciation of Armenian culture and traditions. St. Stephen's creates opportunities to promote student self esteem and leadership...

What's Happening In Our School?

05/21/2017 -- FROM FACEBOOK

Our 5th Graders made it safely to Armenia and have already started to experience Hayastan. They visited Etchmiadzin, Dzidzernagaperd, and Oshagan, and are enjoying Armenian cuisine. We wish them, their parents and Digin Ardemis a fruitful and memorable experience. 🇦🇲 (Photo credit: Tina Panian and Talin Chaparian).

06/01/2011 -- FROM BLOG

June 1, 2011 Today we started the day with a delicious breakfast. We all loved it! Then we hit the road. We were going to the Madenataran. It’s a place where we preserve books from the 9th to 19th century . We saw bibles, medicine books, and alchemy books. One of the books showed [...]