Allameh Helli High Schools

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Allameh Helli Schools, named after Al-Hilli,[1][full citation needed] are schools found in various cities of Iran. Students study subjects in depth, similar to college courses. Allameh Helli Schools are for boys only, while Farzanegan schools are the equivalent for girls.

History of Allameh Helli Schools[edit]

The schools named after Al-Hilli, an 8th-century Shi'ite scholar born in Hilla, Iraq. He was proficient in Ijtihad.

History[edit]

The school was founded in 1976 as the National Iranian Organization for Gifted and Talented Education.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Announcer Volume 32 American Association of Physics Teachers - 2002 "The Allameh Helli HS introduced the term "semi-project","

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