The Armenian Sisters Academy, an independent Christian Armenian Day School, educates students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.
Founded in 1967 as the first of its kind, the school offers a comprehensive and rigorous accredited academic program that includes the study of the Armenian language, history, and culture.
The Academy utilizes the Montessori Method in Pre-K and Kindergarten and incorporates Montessori philosophies in grades 1-8. The school provides a safe, caring, and enriching environment based on Christian values where children are empowered to reach their full potential.
The ASA Difference
Why choose Armenian Sisters Academy?
Why choose Armenian Sisters Academy from the many independent, private elementary schools?
Because ASA is the best kept secret on the Main Line.
- Academic Excellence
- Montessori Method in Pre-K and Kindergarten
- Strong Christian values
- Small class sizes
- Unique multilingual experience
For nearly 50 years, the Armenian Sisters Academy has been educating and nurturing young minds.
The Academy provides an intimate school community, where each child is known by name, and encourages family involvement to help students achieve their highest potential.
ASA students are immersed in Armenian culture and language to instill a deep and lasting appreciation for the Armenian heritage. While Armenian ancestry is not necessary to enroll, students will learn to speak, read and write in Armenian.
ASA at a glance…
- Established in 1967
- Located on a private, 30-acre campus in Radnor
- Student to teacher ratio – 11:1
- SMART board technology in each classroom
- Bus transportation provided by 18 local area school districts
- Middle States accredited
- Member of the American Montessori Society
Come see for yourself why ASA is the best kept secret on the Main Line.
Schedule a private tour with our Admissions Director, Mrs. Legna Santerian at 610-687-4100.