First English Language 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.
Ms. Bonka Bachvarova was the school's principal for many years, followed by Ms. Nely Georgieva. The acting principal is Ms. Nely Petrova.
The school is especially acknowledged for its orchestra and chorus. The orchestra's repertoire includes dissident jazz songs (during Communism).
- Miryana Basheva - Bulgarian poet and lyricist;
- Ralitsa Vassileva - anchor for CNN World News;
- Galina Toneva - Bulgaria's Deputy Chief Prosecutor;
- Philip Dimitrov Dimitrov - Bulgarian politician and former prime-minister of Bulgaria (1991–1992);
- Ognyan Doynov - Bulgarian diplomat and cabinet member from the communist period;
- Boris Velchev - cabinet member and the youngest chief prosecutor in the history of Bulgaria;
- Veni Markovski - internet pioneer and founder of the Bulgarian Internet Society;
- Lubomir Kuychukov - a deputy foreign minister of Bulgaria.