El Nasr Boys' School

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El Nasr Boys' School
مدرسة النصر للبنين
British Boys' School
El Nasr Boys' School EBS logo.jpg
Coordinates 31°12′19″N 29°55′24″E / 31.205206°N 29.923323°E / 31.205206; 29.923323
Type Private National Institute (previously British system)
Motto Long Live E.B.S
Established June, 1929
Opened June, 1929
School district District of Shatby
Principal Mr Tarek AbdelHalim
Grades Kindergarten, Primary, Preparatory and Senior, including special high grades IGCSE and American Diploma
Campus type Urban
Color(s) Red, Blue and White

El Nasr Boys' School (EBS; Arabic: مدرسة النصر للبنين‎‎) is a K-12 school in Shatby, Alexandria, Egypt. Founded in 1929, it is one of the oldest schools in the city, and has more than 4,000 students each year.


The school was founded in 1929 by the British, while Egypt was under British occupation, as the British Boys' School'. After the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, it was renamed the El Nasr Boys' School. It was built in the Shatby area of Alexandria, between Abo Quer and Aflaton streets. Across the street is the El Nasr Girls' College. Also there is another El Nasr school in Heliopolis, Cairo. It provides primary, preparatory, secondary and IGCSE education.

Education system[edit]

The main building

The school goes from kindergarten through high school, and offers an American Diploma and the IGCSE.

School anthem[edit]

Usually, the school anthem is used only on primary stage. After that, in the preparatory and the senior stages, only the national anthem is used.


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