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Tehran International School

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Phone  +98 21 2236 6975
Founded  1985
Address  Tehran Province, Tehran, 9th, No. 60, East Sarv Ave., Farhang Sqr., Saadat Abad Ave., Iran

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Tehran International School is an international school located in North Tehran, Iran. It consists of three campuses: girls, boys elementary and boys grade 7–12. The school offers the International Baccalaureate's IB Diploma Programme. Boys attend school in Saadat Abad, while girls attend school in Sharake Gharb. There are two divisions per school: an international school for non-Iranians, which enrolled only a few Iranian nationals; and a re-adaptive school for Iranians living abroad who need to re-adjust to the Iranian educational system.

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It was established in 1985.

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Boys are expected to wear collared shirts and trousers as part of their school uniform. Girls are expected to wear manto with maghneh.

Students often complain about a lack of proper usage of the school budget and the books often being cheap photocopies of the original books.

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Tehran International School Wikipedia


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