Rashidiya school

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Rashidiya School (Arabic: المدرسة الرشيدية), or Al-Rashidiya Secondary School for Boys (Arabic: المدرسة الرشيدية الثانوية للبنين), is a public school located in East Jerusalem next to Herod's Gate (Bab as-Sahira). Rashidiya served as the main learning establishment for the residents of East Jerusalem since the late Ottoman era. Today, Rashidiya has approximately 400 students and a staff of 25. The school consists of 3 main buildings which include 20 classrooms, a library, a laboratory and a soccer field.

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Coordinates: 31°47′2.1″N 35°14′5.03″E / 31.783917°N 35.2347306°E / 31.783917; 35.2347306