Arra G. Yerganian Leads Laurel Springs to the Future

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to learning. Leaders in the education space have the responsibility to create solutions for students. By expanding and innovating learning environments, education can break beyond the traditional brick-and-mortar.

Dreamers & Doers

Under the leadership of Arra Yerganian, Laurel Springs continues to turn dreamers into doers. Arra contributes his expertise in education to improve, innovate, and expand the online learning experience for students at Laurel Springs.

The Road to Educational Improvement

Laurel Springs School President Arra Yerganian sat down with Authority Magazine to discuss pressing topics in US education, contributing insights into improving our educational system. Learn more about Arra, his passion for education, and his plans to keep Laurel Springs the leader in online education.

Arra G. Yerganian is an award-winning online education leader who has served as Chief Marketing/Brand/Experience Officer for leading companies like Tivity Health/Nutrisystem, Sutter Health, and University of Phoenix.

For more than 25 years, Arra’s focus has been on providing innovative, market-driven, and value-added solutions. He currently serves as President of Laurel Springs School, part of the Spring Education Group and private equity-backed by Primavera Capital. Alongside leading the nation’s oldest and top-rated self-paced, mastery-based, online private school, he regularly contributes to publications like Ad Age and Forbes and has keynoted at the 2019 Cannes Marketing & Innovation Event and the 2018 SXSW Brand Innovators Summit. Additionally, Yerganian is a 15+-year active volunteer and Board Chair Emeritus of the Silicon Valley American Red Cross, and a recent executive committee member of Rocketship Education, a nationally acclaimed charter school for inner-city children ages 4-11.
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One size does not fit all when it comes to learning. Giving students more ownership over their education gives them the permission to invest their time and energy into their passions and interests outside of school."

Arra Yerganian

President, Laurel Springs School

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