The secondary program at QSI Yerevan prepares students for colleges and universities in the United States or across the globe. Classes are individualized, closely monitored, and supervised on campus. The rigorous academic program offers a well-rounded educational program that consists of Mathematics, Science (Biology, Physics, and Chemistry), World Cultural Studies, History, Economics, Literature, Writing, Art, Music, Physical Education, Foreign Language, and Technology. Each student is required to complete a year-long research project in the last year of their Secondary program. Secondary students may attain an Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone Diploma. Students receive the support needed to prepare for the demands of college, receiving guidance on careers, college entrance requirements, and SAT test preparation. Beyond academics, secondary students are encouraged to engage in a wide-range of extracurricular activities, as well as student-oriented service learning projects.
QSIY's Secondary program offers an academically rigorous environment in which students are challenged to meet their individual learning goals, with an array of academic programs designed to suit the needs of every student, including the Advanced Placement Capstone Diploma, as well as the QSIY diploma.
QSIY graduates have attended prestigious universities such as:
- Princeton University (US)
- Columbia University (US)
- Boston University (US)
- Brown University (US)
- Cambridge University (UK)
- Concordia University (Can)
- Fordham University (US)
- George Washington University (US)
- Georgia Institute of Technology (US)
- McGill University (Can)
- McMaster University (Can)
- New York University (US)
- Pepperdine University (US)
- Rochester Institute of Technology (US)
- Art Institute of Chicago (US)
- University of Amsterdam (NL)
- University of California, Berkeley (US)
- University of Southern California (US)
...and many more!
The SEC I students have finished the second part of their “Artist Study” project. They have been painting on canvas inspired by the artists they chose: Aivazovsky, Picasso, Dali, Da Vinci, Edvard Munch, and Claude Monet. They have explored using acrylic paints.
AP World History students are wrapping up their study of decolonization by using historical archives to learn about the partition of India and Pakistan. They worked on their own to research the stories of individuals who lived through the process and shared what they learned with their classmates.
- AP World History
Students in Literature II are wrapping up their unit of study on Shakespeare's tragedy, Julius Caesar. As an extension to their analysis of the Ides of March, students exchanged letters with the 12 YOC cultural studies class writing from either Brutus' or Caesar's perspective. The letters were then displayed on a bulletin board highlighting the assassination and betrayal of Julius Caesar. In addition, Literature II students analyzed the rhetorical appeals used in Caesar's funeral speeches delivered by Brutus and Antony. Students were unanimous in determining that Antony's speech to the Roman plebians was far more effective than Brutus' speech.
- Student Work