GLENDALE—The Board of Regents of Prelacy Armenian Schools appointed Tro Tchekidjian assistant to the Principal at the Holy Martyrs Ferrahian Armenian School-North Hills campus. This appointment came after thorough consultations with the School Principal John Kossakian and the School Board, aiming to further advance the educational and administrative needs of the school and to meet the expanding challenges of the school’s North Hills campus.
Tchekidjian’s educational background includes a Master of Arts degree from California State University Northridge in Educational Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the same university in Political Science. Tchekidjian was employed at Mesrobian Armenian School from 2003 to 2009. During his tenure, he served both as a teacher and Assistant to the Principal at Mesrobian Armenian School.
The Board of Regents chairperson Mark Guedikian stated, “It is with great pride and immense gratification that we make this appointment and we entrust Tro with this important educational and administrative responsibilities. Furthermore, Guedikian affirmed, “We are grateful to witness that a former graduate of a Prelacy Armenian Schools, after receiving his higher education, has returned to serve the educational needs of the new generation of Armenian-Americans. This is one of the prime examples of the success of the mission of Prelacy Armenian Schools and our future outlook.”