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QSI Yerevan's elementary program is designed to nurture student’s curiosity and motivation in their learning while supporting the mastery learning approach in gaining content proficiency.  We strive to develop the whole child by engaging students in core subjects (reading, writing, mathematics, science and cultural studies) and special subjects (art, library, music, physical education, technology, and Languages Other than English). We invite you to learn more about the different age-level programs by clicking on the images below.

QSIY Elementary Program - At a Glance


First page of the PDF file: Learningasa5-year-old


First page of the PDF file: Learningasa6-year-old


First page of the PDF file: Learningasa7-year-old


First page of the PDF file: Learningasan8-year-old


First page of the PDF file: Learningasa9-year-old


First page of the PDF file: Learningasa10-year-old

Did You Know?

QSI Yerevan is committed to teaching children habits and skills that help them to build character, manage emotional and social situations, and keep themselves safe.

Currently, we have a full range of lessons on Child Protection that we teach children of all ages. We also incorporate lessons to support the Success Orientations and Social Emotional Development of the students. Topics include

  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Empathy & Critical Thinking
  • Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Peer Relationships

Elementary News and Stories

Earth Day Goosechase Scavenger Hunt

To celebrate Earth Day, our elementary students participated in a Goosechase scavenger hunt. They had to complete a variety of environmental-themed challenges and tasks. Here are the results!

  • Earth Day
  • Special Events
Movie Night Reward for Reading Challenge Winners

On Friday evening, the students who successfully completed the Literacy Week reading challenge were rewarded with a movie night. The students enjoyed ice cream, cookies, and banana bread while enjoying the film in the outdoor amphitheater. Luckily, the weather cooperated, and the students even got to enjoy a fireworks show! 

  • Literacy Week