PHOTOS

To all the graduates of the first Armenian High School in the U.S.A.  Much has been given to you by so many, so much is expected of you.  I know you can.  God bless you. -- Gabriel Injejikian










This picture was taken at the Armens's 40th Anniversary Banquet.
That's Harry Vorperian with Coach Varant.  One of the alumni girls designed and gave him that T-shirt as a thank you for doing the Armens logo in 1984.

2008 Senior Class Lunch organized by the FAA

2008 Senior Class Lunch organized by the FAA

2007 Alumni Games - Girls Teams


2007 Alumni Games - Alice Vartabedian and Oryort Hourig


2007 Alumni Games - Mr. and Mrs. Arshagouni


2007 Alumni Games - Crowd

 

Alumni were asked about how Ferrahian impacted their lives.

 

“I spent my whole life here. It set me up for college. Coach “V” made me study hard.”

– Andrew Vartanian (Class of 2005)

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“I found my husband, Hratch, at this school and will send my kids here one day.

Sanan Bardakjian (Class of 2002)

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“It has been a great experience. When I came here from Toronto in 1985, I had never attended an Armenian school so it was culture shock. Ever since then, it has shaped my life. I married an alumni, my kids come here, and I am loyal to my coach.”

Joe Titizian (Class of 1987)

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“Considering that all of my kids are coming here, it has greatly impacted my life.”

Liza Samuelian (Class of 1982)

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“I stayed in the school because of the Armenian environment and the great sports program.”

Lena Berghoudian (Class of 2005)

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“For four years, the school prepared me for college. The curriculum and teachers allowed me to get accepted into UCLA. I would not be here today if I didn’t care about Ferrahian.”

Anie Aklian (Class of 2007)