LOS ANGELES—The Board of Trustees of the TCA Arshag Dickranian School has announced the appointment of Dr. Manoug Seraydarian as the school’s new principal. The announcement was made along with the Board’s other undertakings in preparation for the school’s 33rd academic year.
Born in Aleppo, Syria, Dr. Seraydarian earned his doctorate degree from the University of Aleppo in 1988, where he also taught as lecturer in Oral Medicine and Pathology. After immigrating to the U.S. with his family, Dr. Seraydarian attended the UCLA Graduate School of Education and participated in the UCLA Mathematics Project’s Continuing Teachers’ Leadership Institute.
Dr. Seraydarian has over three decades of experience as an educator and department chair at various educational levels through his serving in several Armenian schools, including Ferrahian, Rose and Alex Pilibos, and Mesrobian. He is also known to the Armenian community through his regular appearances on Horizon Armenian TV, as well as his occasional public lectures.
“We are quite certain and most confident that Dr. Seraydarian will devote his experiences and expertise to uphold the mission of Arshag Dickranian School in keeping pace with the changing times and introducing new programs to the school’s curriculum,” said chairman Mr. George K. Mandossian, when making his announcement on behalf of the Board of Trustees.
TCA Arshag Dickranian Armenian School is a federally tax exempt, Pre-K to 12th grade private educational institution.