Persian School Bazi Va Zaban Begins its First Ever Summer Session for Language Learning and Fun

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The Persian school expands on its outreach to L.A.’s thriving Persian-American community with new classes for children, including offerings in painting, creative art, and Persian music and dance.

Bazi Va Zaban means "Play and Language Learning."

Our goal is to provide our students with memorable educational experiences that are really fun, while also being culturally enriching and educationally beneficial.

Bazi Va Zaban, a Los Angeles area school specializing in Persian language instruction and enjoyable educational enrichment activities for students from 4 to 12 years of age, has started its first-ever summer session. Starting late May, the school is offering its signature assortment of age-appropriate language and arts classes designed to help children develop a strong connection to the rich culture and history of the Persian people.

The school’s principal, Mozhgan Rajablu, MSM, says that “’Bazi Va Zaban’ basically translates as ‘Play and Language Learning.’ We are working hard to combine the very best in Persian language teaching with offerings that include brand new classes in Persian dance and painting, Our goal is to provide our students with memorable educational experiences that are really fun, while also being culturally enriching and educationally beneficial.”

Ms. Rajablu, who cofounded Bazi Va Zaban with area business leader Shahab Saba, notes that adding the new summer session is a sign of the school’s ongoing growth and success. She says that, “I think a lot of the credit for that goes to our outstanding roster of very highly skilled educators, which also includes some well-known figures in the Persian-American community.” Ms. Rajablu notes that the school’s faculty includes Ms. Negar Estakhr, the school’s creative arts teacher and a renowned puppeteer, who has produced many very popular children’s programs for international television networks; Ms. Leila Nejad, who has been teaching Persian to area students for over 15 years; and music instructor Arezoo Koochakan, a leader in the use of the famed Orff approach, which focuses on a “child-centered way of learning.”

Summer classes at Bazi Va Zaban will continue through late August. Readers who are interested in learning more about the school are invited to call the school at 818-945-0606. They can also visit the school online at https://www.bazivazaban.com/.

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