Alliance School Kermanshah
Alliance school, Kermanshah was a Jewish school in the western Iranian city of Kermanshah, founded by the Alliance Israélite Universelle. It provided education up to 18 years old and had two annexes; one for girls and one for boys.
The Alliance Israélite Universelle was founded in Paris in 1860. In April 1898, the first Alliance school opened in Tehran. Several years later, in 1904, an Alliance school was founded in Kermanshah as well. It provided modern education to the Jewish citizens of Kermanshah. In 1977, the school had 314 students of which 171 were Jews.
Elyahou Raḥamim Pirnazar (1898–1988) enrolled into the school in 1904. He became "one of the early licensed Iranian Jewish attorneys practicing in Iran".
In Reza Shah's era (1878 – 1944), Alliance schools became non-governmental and went under the control of Iran's Ministry of Education. These Schools changed name from Alliance to Etehad.  When 1979 Iranian revolution occurred, Alliance schools (Etehad) could not continue any more.
- Pirnazar 2017, pp. 329-330.
- Cohen 1986, p. 15.
- Cohen 1986, pp. 19, 22.
- Netzer 1985, pp. 893-895.
- The Past and Future of Jewish Private Schools in Iran (a brief survey)
- Jews in front of Alliance school, Teheran, Iran, 1950s
- Did you attend Madreseh Etehad in Iran?
- Cohen, Avraham (1986). "Iranian Jewry and the Educational Endeavors of the Alliance Israélite Universelle". Jewish Social Studies. Indiana University Press. 48 (1): 15–44.
- Netzer, A. (1985). "ALLIANCE ISRAÉLITE UNIVERSELLE". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol. I, Fasc. 8. pp. 893–895.
- Pirnazar, Nahid (2017). "KERMANSHAH viii. THE JEWISH COMMUNITY". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol. XVI, Fasc. 3. pp. 329–330.
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