Baghdad College is an elite high school for boys aged 11 to 18 in Baghdad, Iraq founded by Bishop William A. Rice, S.J. in 1932. The school was initially located at 11/45 Murabba'ah Street in Baghdad, on the east bank of the Tigris River.
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- Dexter Filkins, "Boys of Baghdad College Vie for Prime Minister", New York Times, December 12, 2005
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