|St. George's School Jerusalem|
|School type||Private school|
|Principal||The Very Reverend Hosam Naoum|
|Grades||Grade R to Grade 12|
|Medium of language||English, Arabic, Hebrew|
|School fees||4-6K (Israeli Shekel)|
St. George's School is located next to St. George's College, just outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. The school was established in 1899. The Rev. Wilbert Awdry, author of The Railway Series, taught at the school in 1933-1936. Built in the affluent Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, it served as a place where Jerusalem's Christians and Muslims would send their sons for secondary education.
The school currently runs the regular Tawjihi program.
- Dimitri Baramki
- Ziad Rafiq Beydoun
- Emil Ghuri
- Ismail Khalidi
- Manoug Manougian
- Mufid Nashashibi
- Sari Nusseibeh
- Stav Prodromou
- Edward Said
- Ibrahim Touqan
- Bussow, Johann (2011). Hamidian Palestine: Politics and Society in the District of Jerusalem 1872-1908. BRILL. ISBN 9004205691.
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