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  1. Victoria College, Alexandria, (Arabic: كلية فيكتوريا) is an Egyptian private school, operating under the supervision of Ministry of Education, located in the city of Alexandria, Egypt. It was founded in 1902.

  2. British-style public school in Alexandria, Egypt. Victoria College was founded in 1901 on the initiative of eight resident merchants, bankers, and shipping magnates, six of whom were British, one Syrian, and one the Austro-Hungarian president of the Jewish Community of Alexandria.

  3. heyday in the first half of the twentieth century, Victoria College acquired a legendary status as a unique example of Britain's supremacy not only in Egypt, but in the region as a whole.

  4. 9 de mai. de 2022 · Victoria College, a private school in Alexandria, Egypt, was the first of its kind in the country to do so — named after Queen Victoria of England, in tribute to her passing in 1901.

  5. On 2 May 1953, Victoria College Alexandria celebrated its 50th jubilee. During its half-century existence, the school had seen three legendary headmasters: Lias, Reed and Scovil. It now had 684 students comprising 28 different nationalities.

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  6. Victoria College, Alexandria. 7,107 likes · 218 talking about this · 23 were here. ‎الصفحة الرسمية لكلية النصر للبنين فيكتوريا الاسكندرية ( Victoria College ) تابعة لوزارة التربية والتعليم وإحدى...

  7. By 1946, with nationalism on the rise, the British associations of Victoria College were becoming a problem for children and parents alike. The Suez invasion of 1956 was the final straw and all the British staff were deported. Victoria College was replaced by Victory College, a very different type of institution, with no use for cricket.