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Samsami School Arak
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اولین مدرسه اراک با نظام جديد به نام مدرسه صمصاميه (دبيرستان صمصامي فعلي) بوسيله شادروان حاح صمصام الملك كه يكي از بزرگان و دانش دوستان اين شهر بود احداث گرديد. مديريت آن با زنده ياد ميرزا محمدخان آذرهوش كه از تحصيل كرده هاي دارالفنون بود محول گرديد. اين دبستان در بدو تاسيس داراي 3 كلاس شامل كلاس ابتدايي، فارسي. علمي و داراي 50 نفر دانش آموز بوده كه در سال 1322 هـ.ق تعداد دانش آموزان به 150 نفر در 4 كلاس و با دروس فارسي، عربي، رياضي و زبان فرانسه فعاليت داشت.

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Copyright: Omid jafarnezhad
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