Our Benefactors

Galstaun College Benefactors

Galstaun College Benefactors

Our founding benefactors shared the vision of building a bilingual English and Armenian Christian College that would derive successful, responsible and contributing citizens and community leaders. The hard work and generosity of our founding benefactors, and those who have become benefactors since, have made this vision a reality and are continuing their selfless acts to take the College to even greater heights.

Mr & Mrs Arshak & Sophie Galstaun

Founding Benefactors

Mr & Mrs Nerses & Lesley Nalbandian

Nalbandian Hall

Mr & Mrs Kevork & Sylvia Tchaprazian

Tchaprazian Library

 Mr & Mrs Sarkis & Alice Der Bedrossian

Science Laboratory

Mr & Mrs Mnatzagan & Hasmik Hacobian

Year 1 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Kevork & Vicky Tachjian

Year 2 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Krikor & Azniv Tachjian

Year 2 Classroom

 Mr & Mrs Kirkor & Ojeni Ervan

Year 3 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Hovhaness & Azadoohi Soghomonian

Year 5 Classroom

Mr Arthur James Panikian OAM

Year 7 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Vasgen OAM & Maggy Pailagian

Year 8 Classroom

Mr Kerop Nol

Kindergarten Transition

Armenian Relief Society

Regional Committee & Soseh Chapter

Art & Computer Rooms

Mr Kegham Sarkissian

Design & Technology

Mr & Mrs Garbis & Haigoohi Saryan

Year 6 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Ohaness & Shakeh Manoukian

Year 4 Classroom

Mr & Mrs Michael & Nyree Abolakian

Kindergarten Reception

Mr Shant Kradjian

Kradjian Digital Academy

Mr & Mrs Souren & Dikranouhi Bogossian

Benefactor

Mr & Mrs Smokey & Dot Dawson

Honorary Benefactors Smokey Dawson Pavillion

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Premiers’ Reading Challenge

The Premiers’ Reading Challenge for 2020 has officially begun! The Challenge is a wonderful way to foster a love for reading. Students must finish and log 20 to 30 books (depending on their age) to complete the Challenge successfully before it closes on August 30. We...

Sydney Jewish Museum

On Tuesday 25 February, the Year 8 students visited the Sydney Jewish Museum as part of their studies in English. At the Museum, the students were welcomed by Dr Simon Holloway who is an Education Officer at the Sydney Jewish Museum and a lecturer at the University of...

Police Visit

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