The Persian Cultural Center holds a number of events each year for its community to celebrate Persian holidays such as Province Nights, Poetry Nights, Music Nights, Mehregan, Yalda and Nowruz. We use these opportunities to showcase our students’ progress and talents. Our goal is to create a positive impression of the Persian Heritage for the younger generation.
- Serving as a Junior Teacher’s Assistant in Atlanta Persian School Persian language classes (as long as familiar with reading, writing, and speaking).
- Serving as a Junior Teacher’s Assistant in the Atlanta Persian School Persian enrichment classes.
- Be a role model for the younger students by joining them in their class and sharing your story of growing up bi-cultural/bi-lingual. Encourage them in their efforts in learning Farsi.
- Use the school community (parents and/or youth) as a platform for testing and enhancing your community projects, speeches, or presentations for your school assignments.
Atlanta Persian School Alumni Association (APSAA) is being established this year in order to create a network of all past students. As the population of the Atlanta Persian School alumni grows, staying connected through a network guarantees tremendous gains in both social and professional aspects as the APS alumni move forward in their lives. Atlanta Persian School Alumni Association is a mean for past students to stay connected to the School, the greater Persian community, and to each other. It is also a chance to give back to the community. The activities will range from monthly gatherings and workshops (on topics related to members interests), spending time with each other, offering words of wisdom to the current younger students, and attending the school’s big events or planning their own events. The activities of the Alumni Association will be chosen and arranged by the members based on their interests.