St. George's College, Cairo
|St. George's College (S.G.C.)|
St. George's College (S.G.C.) in Cairo, Egypt, is a boys' school that offers the basic three stages of the pre-university education system in Egypt (primary, preparatory, and secondary education stages). The primary language of instruction is English; nevertheless, social sciences are taught in Arabic. In addition, French is also taught as a second foreign language.
In 1950, it was amalgamated with the smaller St. Austin's School, and was transferred to Heliopolis (Cairo suburb) at Ismailia Square.
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