Adana American College for Girls

Adana American College for Girls was a prominent high school in Adana that served from 1880 to 1927.[1] Founded by the American missionary, protestant teachings of the school mostly attracted students from the Armenian community of the city.

Adana American College for Girls
Address
Cemal Gürsel Caddesi, Tepebağ, Seyhan


Turkey
Information
TypePrivate for girls
Established1880 (1880)
Closed1927

Adana American College was one of the many missionary schools that were founded during the late 19th century in the Ottoman Empire.

History

The school was opened in 1880 after the construction of the first building, now located at the east side of the school campus. The larger building was built just next to the Cemal Gürsel street in 1914. American High School was closed by the Government of Turkey in 1927, and the school building was used as a state high school since then.

References

  1. "Tepebağ Lisesi". Adana Governorship Education Department. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 14 October 2016.

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