Learning a new language is the gateway to a fascinating and exciting world. One of the best gifts in life is being exposed to other rich cultures. Without any doubt Iranian culture is full of amazing stories, poems, art, music, and life lessons. Mastering Persian language is the most effective way to tap in to this rich heritage.
Our Teachers and staff have many years of experience in teaching and working with children of all ages. We are very passionate about our work and love to make it a pleasant journey for the students to learn Farsi. At Borna Farsi School we have classes suitable for different levels. We are very proud of our track record and welcome you to join our school.
Our system is result-oriented and based on innovative methods to make it a fun and enjoyable experience. While learning Farsi, students also learn about beautiful aspects of Iranian culture. They learn how to read amazing stories as well as writing their own. We also emphasize the artful handwriting in Farsi. The whole process helps our students to become more fluent in the language. Format and timetable of our classes are designed in a way to complement and not interfere with the regular school hours.
Students who learn Farsi at Borna acquire the skills to explore the beauties of the culture and literature. They constantly surprise their families and friends with their mastery of the language. Please stop by to learn more about our classes and meet our staff. We would be more than happy to give you a tour and answer any questions you may have in person. The school is conveniently located 1786 second Ave in Walnut Creek, California.
After completing her bachelor’s degree in chemistry, Dalileh refocused her passion for learning to a passion for teaching. In Iran, she devoted many years of her academic life to teaching high school level Chemistry. She soon realized that her love for teaching was rooted, not in the mere mechanics of memorization, but in the love of the learning process and problem solving at its most basic level. Dalileh expanded her passion for teaching to include early childhood education when she moved to the United States where she became involved in teaching at the primary education level at several Bay Area Farsi schools. She also has experience working within the Albany school district. Dalileh’s drive for learning and her desire for academic excellence has prompted her to return to the halls of academia to pursue a Master’s degree in Chemistry with a new cultural perspective and in a new language.
Born and raised in Tehran, Azam completed her higher education in Educational Technology. She began her educational activities focusing on primary education, particularly, first graders. As a passionate educator with over 20 years of experience she has adopted new and yet simple methods of using technology in education. With the intention of raising the public awareness of this new born field in Iran, she has held many educational workshops for teachers and parents to demonstrate how using technology in education could have an impact on the learning process and lead to a higher quality learning process. After immigrating to the United States, she expanded her activities and invented new methods to work with bilingual Farsi students who had different educational needs than those in Iran.
She has over 6 years of experience working with children in the United States. Tayebeh has been working at Montessori schools since 2010 and joined Borna Farsi School in 2014. She is currently taking child development classes at Diablo Valley Collage and is grateful for having a job as a teacher to work with kids. She enjoys working at the Borna Farsi school with a wonderful staff and lovely kids.
Hengameh received her B.S. in English Translation in Iran. She is currently pursuing her education in Early Childhood Education. Hengameh has been working with Borna Farsi School since 2012 as a preschool teacher. Throughout her life, she has dedicated a lot of her time to taking care of children starting with her own two kids. She enjoys working with children and helping them reach their dreams through education. Hengameh believes every child should be valued and treated with respect. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors. She loves hiking, cooking, gardening and yoga.
Akram was born in Tehran but grew up in Noshahr. Akram graduated from azad university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She has over 12 years of experience in the corporate world with companies such as Rahsa printing office, DE polymer, Tavanir,Nima, and Nero Asanbare Tehran. She also has an art degree from the Art institute Zahra of Noshahr. After coming to the United States she started teaching at the Atti Preschool for two years. Akram has been teaching at BORNA since 2014.
Delaram holds a B.S. degree in law from Kashan University and currently, pursuing a degree in political science at UC Davis. She became a teacher for a very simple reason, "to make a difference". While there are many fields in which she could accomplish this goal, she feels that education is the one in which she can have the greatest impact. Every day, children around the world are being told that they aren‘t good enough, or that they just "can’t". Delaram believes as a teacher, she would have a positive platform from which to dispel that fallacy. She strongly believes teaching is a profession that can be very exhausting, but realizes the benefits outweigh the fatigue ten times over. Teaching requires patience, understanding, compassion and enthusiasm - all that she is more than willing to provide her students at Borna on a daily basis. Delaram joined Borna Farsi School in 2015.
After completing his degree in Engineering, Yuna began teaching music to kids and youth. Yuna has over 10 year of experience in educational activities and teaching music at different institutions in Tehran. He has performed in many music concerts in Iran along with his students between 2001- 2006. After having successful experience he began focusing on early childhood education through music. He kept his vision to help kids understand their task through music and use this instrument to prepare them for the future. When he moved to Dubai in 2007, he continued his passion and expanded his efforts to include other nations. Since he moved to the United States he has had many successful private music students. He has invented new methods to reduce learning time through practical way rather than just theory. Yuna joined Borna Farsi School in 2016.