Baghdad College is a high school for boys 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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- Nadhmi Auchi, billionaire businessman and philanthropist
- Ali Allawi, writer and politician
- Dr. Ayad Allawi, neurologist and former Interim Prime Minister of Iraq
- Ahmad Chalabi, PhD, Iraqi politician, former Interim Oil Minister, and former Deputy Prime Minister of Iraq.
- Adil Abdul Mahdi, PhD, Iraqi politician, economist, and Vice President of Iraq from 2005 to 2011.
- Kanan Makiya, PhD, author, academic and founder of the Iraq Memory Foundation.
- Nizar Hamdoon (1944-2003): Iraq's ambassador to the United States and the United Nations, a deputy foreign minister of Iraq and under secretary of its Foreign Ministry
- Ara Darzi, Baron Darzi of Denham, member of British Parliament, surgical pioneer
- Dr. Bilal Abdulla, Glasgow bomb plot terrorist
- Omar al-Tikriti, son of Iraqi secret service leader Sabawi al-Tikriti
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- Dexter Filkins, "Boys of Baghdad College Vie for Prime Minister", New York Times, December 12, 2005
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