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"Ô Jeanne, sans sepulcre et sans portrait, Toi qui savais que le tombeau des Héros est le Coeur des Vivants" André MALRAUX


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A considerable number of Persian political and cultural elite of the 20th century studied at French schools in Tehran, including St. Louis, Alliance Franaise, Jeanne dArc, Franco-Persane and Razi (usually referred to as Lyce Razi), and Alliance Isralite schools.
The Lazarists founded two well known schools in Tehran, St. Louis and Jeanne dArc, which enrolled both Christian and Muslim pupils. Jeanne dArc, the well-known school for girls to which many of the members of the upper classes sent their daughters, was in operation until the 1979 revolution. In the early 1960s, it had about a thousand pupils in the secondary school and about fifty in its junior school. However, instruction at its secondary school terminated at the tenth grade (Komsn-e mell-e Ynesko, II, p. 1211). Many of the more affluent pupils were then sent abroad or continued their studies for the school-leaving certificate at Lyce Razi which offered mixed classes for boys and girls up to the twelfth grade. According to Ansa ay-Re (pp. 97-98,) the origins of the Jeanne dArc school can be can be traced to two Lazarist schools. The first school was the St. Vincent de Paul school for orphaned girls founded in 1865 by the Daughters of Charity and later renamed Jeanne dArc. In 1953, its Persian program was revived under the name of Jeanne dArc (Dabrestn-e ndrk) with Badr-al-Molk Pzrgd as its principal (ay-Re, p. 97; Wezrat-e farhang, pp. 32-33).


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