As others have said, if your child is not Armenian, expect them to feel left out. And as a parent, also expect to be left out. The school was particularly insular. If you are not Armenian, you have to look hard in Glendale to feel welcomed as part of the community. You may be welcomed to Jons Supermarket, but only as a customer. As a family, we realized that we were not Armenian and the only families we connected with were also non-Armenian. They don't handle diversity issues or differences well. The district could use an overhaul on diversity and cultural differences, and the parents really need to be educated. Again, our son had 3 teachers. Two were great, one was not. For the most part, I think the children were not pushed (and for the good teachers, I feel like they were underused and better served elsewhere) and the result is a bare minimum education. They will not grow into leaders or change-makers at this school, they will just learn to get by...in Glendale.