California Scholastic Federation
C.S.F. is a statewide organization, which recognizes students with a record of high academic achievement.Interested and qualified students must apply for membership every semester. To qualify, students must excel in core subjects. Consecutive semesters of membership in C.S.F. can lead a student to attain C.S.F. Life Member status, a merit usually stated on the student’s high school transcript of records. Distinction in C.S.F. also provides students with increased qualifications for outside scholarship programs (see also Academic Awards section of this handbook).
Students are encouraged to participate in school club activities. Following is a list of active clubs:
1) Armenian (Hai Tahd) Club
2) Misc. High School Clubs
- a) Chess Club
- b) Computer Club
- c) Cooking Club
- d) Drama Club
3) Misc. Middle School Clubs
- a) Art Club
- b) Chess Club
- c) Computer Club
- d) Cooking Club
- e) Debate Club
- f) Dance Club
- g) French Club
- h) Soccer Club
The yearbook is a comprehensive album of student portraits, photos of friends, student activities, school events, school committees’ group pictures and other memorabilia. The Yearbook is published at the end of each academic year in collaboration with students, the faculty, and representatives of the Administration.
The estimated ($75) cost of the yearbook is included in the registration fee. Thus, all students will be entitled toa copy. Additional copies of the yearbook may be purchased from the school Bookstore.
Armenian “Shogh” Periodical Committee
Under the sponsorship of the Armenian Department, students who excel in Armenian language and literature come together to publish a periodical that includes the literary work of the students.
Journalism Class “Ferrahian Hyelights”
The school Journalism class publishes the periodical “Ferrahian Hyelights.” It features highlights of special events of interest to students, reports on community and contemporary social life of the youth and other such commentaries.