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Armenian Evangelical Peter and Elizabeth Torosian School

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  1. school was established as a kindergarten in 1951, by Rev Hadidian, and began with 20 children in a 2-roomed flat

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  2. Armenian: Հայ Աւետարանական Փիթր և Էլիզապէթ Թորոսեան Վարժարան

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  3. The Armenian Evangelical Peter & Elizabeth Torosian School was founded in 1951 in Amanos area, which is located east of Beirut City

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  4. By the next year, the number of students had almost doubled, and an elementary section was added

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  5. In 1966, the school moved to a new building in Amanos-Dora, which had been provided by Mr and Mrs Torossian – hence the school’s name

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