Allameh Tabatabaei High School

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Allameh Tabatabaei High School
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Motto "Service Before Self"
Type Private
Established 1996
Founder Mr. Tofigh Hagh
Location Iran Tehran, Iran
Website http://www.atcce.com/

Allameh Tabatabaei High School, with the official name of Allameh Tabatabaei Complex of Cultural and Educational units (ATCCE) is a selective independent educational institution in Tehran, Iran, with six main campuses. It was registered as a High School, under the terms of the Ministry of Education Act of 26 May 1988 to prepare children for entering Iranian universities and to participate in National as well as International Science Olympiad competitions.[1]

About 5,000 students apply each year[2] but only about 5 to 10 percent of them are accepted into National University. Allameh High School is also notable for the university-like building of the Abshenasan and Advanced branch.

Abshenasan primary school branch was established on 2013 near of the Abshenasan and Advance high school branches.[3]

Campuses[edit]

The seven main ATCCE branches are:

Sexual assaults[edit]

A sexual assault by a schoolmaster happened on October 23, 2014 at Abshenasan primary school branch.[4] In this case, the coroner has confirmed that six students of the ATCCE primary school in Tehran have been raped by a schoolmaster.

According to reports, They have been told to families that does not attempt to pursue the case with the media interview.

One of the plaintiffs said that the Security of Education had asked him not to pursue the matter because "Such events happening in education".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official ATCCE website
  2. ^ Official ATCCE website
  3. ^ طباطبایی, مجتمع فرهنگی آموزشی علامه. "مجتمع علامه طباطبایی | آشنایی با مجتمع". dababshenasan.mat.ir (in Persian). Retrieved 2017-03-11. 
  4. ^ "شکایت تازه در پرونده اتهام تجاوز جنسی ناظم مدرسه به دانش‌آموزان در تهران". BBC Persian. Retrieved 2017-03-11. 

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