Education


National Evangilical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB)

(NEIGB) it is a private school and was created by the union of two old and historical famous institutions. They were Sidon Evangelical School for Girls (SESG) founded in 1862 and Gerard Institute for boys founded in 1881 by missionaries Rev. William King Eddy and Dr. George Ford.

In 1953, Mrs. Wadad Khoury Jiha, became the first Lebanese principal of the missionary school in Miye ou Miye, South Lebanon. She developed the school's curriculum following the guidelines of the Lebanese Ministry of Education, and at the same time kept the western style curriculum.


Miye ou Miye Public School

Miye ou Miye Public School, was established in 1947 as an elementary school. It started out by renting rooms in different houses in the village to house the students. The first three teachers at the school at that time: Joseph El-Wazeer (French teacher), Antoine Rizkallah and Habib Younnes.

The school suffered structural damages during the earthquake of 1956. Temporarily, they built outdoor tents on the property of the teacher Youssef Nicola Bousaba to teach the students. In 1960, it became a middle school.


National Evangilical Institute for Girls and Boys (NEIGB)

(NEIGB) it is a private school and was created by the union of two old and historical famous institutions. They were Sidon Evangelical School for Girls (SESG) founded in 1862 and Gerard Institute for boys founded in 1881 by missionaries Rev. William King Eddy and Dr. George Ford.

In 1953, Mrs. Wadad Khoury Jiha, became the first Lebanese principal of the missionary school in Miye ou Miye, South Lebanon. She developed the school's curriculum following the guidelines of the Lebanese Ministry of Education, and at the same time kept the western style curriculum.



Miye ou Miye Public School

Miye ou Miye Public School, was established in 1947 as an elementary school. It started out by renting rooms in different houses in the village to house the students. The first three teachers at the school at that time: Joseph El-Wazeer (French teacher), Antoine Rizkallah and Habib Younnes.

The school suffered structural damages during the earthquake of 1956. Temporarily, they built outdoor tents on the property of the teacher Youssef Nicola Bousaba to teach the students. In 1960, it became a middle school.

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Phone:  +961 (07)722 265
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