We are proud of the students in the upper classes of our school.
The children not only learn well and do their homework, but also willingly help the younger children and teachers of the school.More
A traditional Russian pelmeni (dumpling) luncheon was organized for the students, parents and teachers of our school school on October 22, 2016.
This traditional pelmeni luncheon is held every year in October. It is the first joint meeting of parents and school teachers. These pelmeni were prepared with sour cream and condiments. Pelmeni usually accompany a traditional Russian feast with warm toasts and friendly joyful accolades.More
The Learning Center is open. Photos.More
The upcoming school year will be filled with traditional events:
The academic program for the 2016-17 year includes 26 lessons and final annual exams. The school year will begin on September 10, 2016 with registration and the first lessons taking place. The year will end with the graduation ceremony on May 21, 2017, commemorating ten years of its founding.More
The graduation ceremony took place on May 22, 2016 at 1pm
The program consisted of a prayer service, speech by the school's director, handing out student awards, a choir performance, student speeches, a mini-performance of "Mistress Into Maid" and our picnic.
Entrance and events are free. Feel free to invite your family and friends!More
In 1939, Alexandra Tolstoy founded the Tolstoy Foundation. Among the original founders and sponsors were Igor Sikorsky, Serge Rachmaninoff, Tatiana Schaufuss, former Russian Ambassador Boris Bakhmeteff and WWI flying ace Captain Boris Sergievsky. Former President Herbert Hoover became the first Honorary Chairman in l939 and served in this capacity until his death in l964.
Today we are publishing "A History of the Tolstoy Foundation 1939-1989", an essay by Scott Moss. An article about this essay was published in 1989 in the New Russian Word newspaper. Scott gave us exclusive rights to publish his essay on the school web site.More
On the initiative of Tatiana Alekseevna Rodzianko, along with a group of Russian-Americans, The St. Sergius of Radonezh Learning Center, in association with the Tolstoy Foundation, Inc., opened its doors to students in September of 2007.More