The Aga Khan School, Meragram is over three decades old. The school started in 1982 as a primary school with an initial enrolment of 56 students in a Jamatkhana with a single teacher. It was upgraded to middle school in 1991, and community initiated a high school in 2004.
The school now serves almost 300 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 2016, the Middle School Programme affiliated with the Aga Khan University Examination Board has 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.
Chitral schools trace history to celebrate Diamond Jubilee
The Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Seenlasht
30 July 2018
Very few are old enough to remember the glamour and circumstance with which Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan III was weighed against diamonds gifted to him on the occasion of his Diamond Jubilee—60 years of being the Imam, or spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslim community.
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Karachi students to get a glimpse of IB in faraway cities
The Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Karachi
05 June 2018
Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Karachi congratulates its students on their selection in United World Colleges (UWC) Scholarship Programme, 2018. For the next two years, three of our students will find themselves studying the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) in Bosnia, Armenia and Costa Rica.
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Students embark on USA Exchange Programme
The Aga Khan Higher Secondary School, Kuragh
20 April 2018
This August 2018, Sajid and Muzamil will embark on an enriching experience as they journey to the USA on scholarship for the YES study exchange programme.
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