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Foundation mission statement

To preserve the memory of Speaker George Keverian by supporting the work of individuals who strive to create positive change by helping individuals reach their potential, communities achieve their goals, and society advance the principles of democracy.

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We work hard to improve student achievement

Our School District values the history of our schools and community. We support the personal and intellectual success of each student. Our graduates will be productive and well informed citizens.

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News and Announcements

First recipients of the George Keverian Public Service Scholarship

We are incredibly excited to announce that our first recipients of the George Keverian Public Service Scholarship will be made at the Annual Armenian Genocide event at the Massachusetts State House on April 20th, 2018. This year, we have decided to award two scholarships in partnership with Everett High School and the Armenian Student's Association. We hope to see you there and please be in touch with any questions.

Event Details:
Annual Armenian Genocide Event
Chambers of the House of Representatives
Massachusetts State House
Friday, April 20th, 2018
Event: 9am - 12:30pm
Program: 10:30am - 12:30pm


Speaker George Keverian Public Service Scholarship Created

Speaker George Keverian Public Service Scholarship Created to Empower Next Generation of Young Minds

BOSTON - George Keverian was a man who dedicated his entire life to public service. He was kind, honest, smart, and above all, put others first before himself. He was in tune with his heritage and was proud to be Armenian. The Keverian family, joined by Alfred Lattanzi, wanted to find a way to keep his legacy alive and use his life lessons to inspire the next generation of young leaders. They have created the Honorable Speaker George Keverian Public Service Scholarship to do just that.

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