Click on registration to see the steps.
- login to the site ( login tab on top right side of home page)
- Use your username or email that you used to register with your password
- Use menu on the right of the page to update any information
- click on second menu item on the right to register and pay and add a new student
- Pay on line with Paypal or credit card or come to school on registration day to pay by check
Starting on August 27, 2020, you can follow the steps below to pre- register
- Go to new families link (below) to pre-register
- you need to choose a username and password and an email address for “the primary account owner”. This person can login to see the homework, update the information and receives email from the teacher.
- choose a username and password for each student
- Fill the registration form ( Do not go to the payment section, do not pay)
- Due to COVID-19 we will not have in-person orientation and registration. New students, who wish to join grades one to seven, will be invited to a virtual orientation and interview on Saturday, September 12, from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM to finish their registration. ( make sure you check the primary parent’s email and junk mail folder prior to orientation dated)
Each student needs to have an email address, If he/she does not have email address yet, use something like firstname.lastname@example.org to preregister. You can change it when he/she has an email address.
2- Returning Students’ siblings
3- Pre-registered New Families
4- Walking New families
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please email email@example.com
We would like to sincerely thank all of you for your unwavering support, as we look back on the 2019-2020 academic year and its unique challenges. Your strong role in the education of your children allowed us to continue to stay connected with them and engage them in meaningful learning. This support has its roots in our shared belief in the importance of preserving cultural heritage and passing it onto the next generation to equip them for the real world where cultural awareness is key to peace and prosperity.
Transitioning from face-to-face to virtual instruction would not have been successful without your crucial support and the hard work of our dedicated instructional staff. Once it became evident that Maryland Schools would not open for the remainder of the academic year, the instructional staff, although with little or no experience in online language instruction, welcomed the challenge and worked tirelessly to provide their students with purposeful and engaging learning experiences. In this effort, they also identified and effectively used a variety of online authentic resources to enhance instruction. This resulted in students’ positive response to the new learning environment, as reflected by their perfect to near perfect attendance in most classes. In light of this uplifting experience, we are convinced that regardless of what the Maryland School system may decide in the fall, our community will remain strong and continue to thrive.
Looking forward, Iran Cultural and Educational Center (ICEC), the same as any other educational institution, will take advantage of the summer months to prepare for any possibility, i.e., face-to-face, online, or the combination of face-to-face and online instruction. To this end, summer work will be a combination of teacher training, curriculum refinement, and sample learning plans development as listed below:
- Review and revise the program of studies to make it more adaptable to online instruction;
- Provide the instructional staff with ongoing professional development on learner-centered strategies;
- Identify authentic resources to more effectively integrate culture, content, and language;
- Develop sample learning plans based on World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages.
Meanwhile, please do not hesitate to share with us your thoughts and suggestions. We value your input and look forward to it. We will be in touch.
Wishing you and your family a safe, healthy, and pleasant summer,
Dear ICEC Family and Friends;
We at ICEC wish you warm regards and hope you are doing well. As we find ourselves adapting to a new (but temporary) lifestyle, we hope that each and every one of you is taking the time to find comfort, joy and love with your family and friends, whether under your roof at home or remotely through technology.
As you may be aware, public schools, and the use of public-school facilities, in Montgomery County continue to be closed until at least April 24, 2020. Consequently, ICEC must continue to suspend classes. At this time, there is no fixed date as to when we may be able to resume classes.
We will provide regular updates as soon as we have more information. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions.
Please be well and be safe.
Three cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed in Maryland. Maryland Governor Hogan declares state of emergencies. Here are some useful links for your information:
Baltimore CBS local news
Montgomery County Health and Human Services
Cancellation of ICEC Nowruz Program, March 7th, 2020
The impact of the coronavirus outbreak worldwide and especially in Iran is evident.
It’s difficult to predict the wider impact the coronavirus will have in the weeks to come. Nonetheless, we must take into consideration the recommendations of the WHO (World Health Organization) and CDC (U.S. Center for Disease Control). In addition, we consider the recommendations of these organizations in light of the likelihood that members of our community may have recently traveled to places of higher risk for the virus.
Consequently, it is with great regret and the utmost regard for safety of our Children and community members, that ICEC has an obligation to cancel the upcoming Nowruz Program scheduled for March 7, 2020.
We wish to thank all Organizers, Parents, extracurricular activities leaders,
Volunteers, Teachers, Students, and Vendors for their outstanding efforts and collaboration in preparation of our Nowruz Program.
Happy and healthy Nowruz to all,
Nowruz Committee of Iran Cultural and Educational Center (ICEC) would like to invite you to attend the first ICEC Nowruz Committee meeting in 2020 on Saturday January 11, 2020 from 9:45 AM to 11:00 AM.
1- Nowruz activities update by various groups.
2- Volunteer tasks/assignments
3- Class Liaison update
4- PDT, YIM and YIP update
5- Other tasks
Please use the following link to volunteer for different tasks. Your participation and support of Nowruz Committee will be critical to make this celebration another successful event.
Please notice that some of the tasks are required to be performed prior to and some of them are for after the event on March 7th.
Nowruz Volunteers sign up Link
If you have any question please send an email to :
Nowruz coordinator : Nowruz@iraneducationalcenter.org
CSA President: CSA@iraneducationalcenter.org
Dear Friends of Iran Cultural and Educational Center,
In the spirit of this giving season, if you plan to donate to some cause, you may wish to consider donations that benefit a Persian cultural or educational activity. There are a number of such organizations that are active and registered as non-profit organization in the Washington Metropolitan area.
As you are aware, one such organization is the Iran Cultural and Educational Center (ICEC), registered as a non-profit organization in the State of Maryland. ICEC is non-commercial, non-partisan and non-sectarian and with no political or religious affiliation to any group, party or government. Since its inception in 1990, ICEC’s sole mission has been “to create a nurturing environment that strengthens the sense of connection, pride and appreciation of Iranian culture, heritage and history.”
ICEC is a registered member of the United Way of the National Capital Area (UWNCA) and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). If you wish to make a contribution to ICEC through United Way campaigns, please visit https://unitedwaynca.org/nonprofit-partner-search and enter designation number 8643 for ICEC as a non-profit partner. To contribute to ICEC through CFCNCA, please enter designation number 24136 on your CFCNCA form. All contributions to ICEC, according to Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code are tax deductible (consult your tax advisor).
ICEC Board of Trustees, Officers and Teachers
ICEC Iran Arbabi Scholarship
2019-20 Academic Year Accepts Applications
ICEC is pleased to announce the award of Two (2) scholarships to eligible applicants for the academic year of 2019-2020 as follows:
- $2,000.00 from Iran Arbabi annual scholarship fund
- $2,000.00 from donated funds by National University of Iran Alumni
For more information and how to apply, please click on the link below:
2019-2020 Scholarship Link
کمک هزینه آموزشی ایران اربابی
برای سال آموزشی ۲۰۱۹ ـ ۲۰۲۰ درخواست می پذیرد
مرکز فرهنگی وآموزشی ایران با خرسندی به آگاهی می رساند که در سال آموزشی ۲۰۱۹ ـ ۲۰۲۰، دو
در خواست کننده دارای شرایط کمک هزینه آموزشی دریافت خواهند کرد
ا- ۲۰۰۰ دولار از حساب سالانه کمک هزینه آموزشی ایران اربابی
ب- ۲۰۰۰ دولار از حساب اهدایی انجمن دانشجویان پیشین دانشگاه ملی ایران
فرم های درخواست وآگاهی های بیشتر در سامانه مرکزموجود است
2019-2020 Scholarship لینک
پيک نيک پایان سال آموزشی ١٣٩٨-١٣٩٧
خانواده های گرامی
انجمن خانه و مدرسه مرکز فرهنگی و آموزشی ايران پيک نيک پایان سال آموزشی را روز شنبه ٨ ژوئن ٢٠١٩ پس از پایان کلاس های آموزشی از ساعت ١٢ نیم روز تا ٥ پس از نیم روز بر گزار می کند
از آموزگاران، دانش آموزان و خانواده های مرکز دعوت می کنیم به ما به پیوندند تا پایان یک سال آموزشی موفق دیگر را با هم جشن بگیریم
پیک نیک مرکز در پارک منطقه ای کابین جان سایبان “ب” برگزار می شود. در ورودی خیابان تاکر من
Cabin John Regional Park (Tuckerman Lane Entrance)
7400 Tuckerman Lane
Bethesda , MD 20817
مرکز فرهنگی و آموزشی ايران
End of 2018-2019 Academic Year Picnic
Dear ICEC families,
ICEC Community and School Association (Anjoman) is organizing an end of the year picnic to be held on June 8th, 2019 right after ICEC graduation. All teachers, students and their families are invited to join us celebrate another successful academic year.
A shelter has been reserved for this event.
Time: Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 12:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Cabin John Regional Park (Tuckerman Lane Entrance)
7400 Tuckerman Lane
Bethesda , MD 20817
Map and Direction from School to Park