The Aga Khan School, Brep is over three decades old. The school started in 1986 as a primary school with only 70 students, set up in a local Jamatkhana, with a single teacher leading the students. It has since been upgraded to a middle school in 1991 and then to a high school in 1995.
The school now serves over 320 students, 47% of which are female. English is the medium of instruction and the school teaches pre-primary through high.
The school is affiliated with BIESP (Peshawar board of examination). Starting 2017, the Middle School Programme affiliated with the Aga Khan University Education Board has also been initiated.
The school offers professional development to all its staff, taking place once a month for 6 hours each, totaling 72 hours per year.
New admissions take place in March and April every year.
For the admission process, we require:
As of 2017, the academic year starts on 14th April and ends on 13th April for all schools in Chitral.
The monthly fee structure for the current academic year (for pre-primary, primary, middle and high) are as follows:
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Aga Khan School, Brep
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Aga Khan School, Meragram
IN THE MEDIA: Aga Khan School Upgraded to Higher Secondary Level
Intermediate level classes at the Aga Khan School Meragram will start in the new academic year in 2018. The school will now provide continuous education from pre-primary to higher secondary.
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