First English Language School

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Coordinates: 42°41′55″N 23°20′13″E / 42.69861°N 23.33694°E / 42.69861; 23.33694

First English Language Secondary School

First English Language School (FELS, 114th High School "Liliana Dimitrova") was founded in 1958 in Sofia, Bulgaria as a high school for education of English language as a foreign language to Bulgarian high school students. The school has occupied its location at 60 Dondukov Street since 1960 and shares it with the 112th Elementary School. FELS became a UNESCO associated school in 1978.

Over 90% of its graduates pursue their higher education in schools and universities in Bulgaria, the EU and the United States.

Administration[edit]

Ms. Bonka Bachvarova was the school's principal for many years, followed by Ms. Nely Georgieva. The acting principal is Ms. Nely Petrova.

Musical activities[edit]

The school is especially acknowledged for its orchestra and chorus. The orchestra's repertoire includes dissident jazz songs (during Communism).

Notable alumni[edit]

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