PhysMath School, Yerevan

Officially the Physics and Mathematics Specialized School named after Artashes Shahinyan under the Yerevan State University, colloquially known as PhysMath School, is a state-owned high school located in Yerevan, Armenia.[1] It is currently among the leading educational complexes in Yerevan. The school has a branch in Stepanakert; the capital of the unrecognized state of Artsakh.

Physics and Mathematics Specialized School named after Artashes Shahinyan
Արտաշես Շահինյանի անվան ֆիզիկամաթեմատիկական հատուկ դպրոց
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Armenia
Coordinates40°11′59″N 44°31′22″E / 40.19972°N 44.52278°E / 40.19972; 44.52278Coordinates: 40°11′59″N 44°31′22″E / 40.19972°N 44.52278°E / 40.19972; 44.52278
Information
School typePublic Public
Established1 September 1965
FounderArtashes Shahinyan
Head of schoolHaykaz Navasardyan
Staff86
Grades7-12
Gendermixed
LanguageArmenian, English, Russian
Color(s)White, Blue
   
AthleticsTennis, basketball, table tennis, chess
AffiliationYerevan State University
Ministry of Education of Armenia
Websitehttp://physmath.am/ https://fizmat.schoolsite.am

OverviewEdit

The PhysMath School was founded in 1965 in affiliation with the Yerevan State University and through the efforts of professor Artashes Shahinyan. Following the death of the death of the Shahinyan in 1978, the school was named after him.

The school is known for its role in preparing physics and mathematics teachers. It was ranked 1st in Armenia for the 2013-14 educational year.

The current headmaster of the school is Haykaz Navasardyan, serving since 2002.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Physics and mathematics specialized school". Archived from the original on 2017-12-18. Retrieved 2017-07-29.

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