The Aga Khan School, Sultanabad, is over eighty years old, having been constructed in 1934. Initially constructed as a primary school, it was upgraded to a high school in 2001.
The school serves over 314 students, 45% of which are female. English is the medium of instruction and the school teaches pre-primary through to high school. The staff numbers at 27 teachers, with a ratio of 1:19 for teachers to students.
The school teaches an enhanced version of the national curriculum, and is affiliated with the Aga Khan University Education Board.
The Aga Khan School, Sultanabad, has many facilities available, such as a well-equipped computer lab, a library, a science laboratory, and a large, open sports grounds.
To ensure quality teaching and learning, the school offers professional development to all its staff. It takes place during vacations as well as every Saturday for 3 hours each.
The first cycle for admissions starts in December, and the second starts in July.
For the admission process, we require:
The fee structure is as follows:
Fees for the current academic year (for pre-primary, primary, middle and high)
For more information, please contact:
Aga Khan School, Sultanabad
District Tando Allahyar
Tel: (+92) 22-3404061
IN THE MEDIA: Aga Khan School Upgraded to Higher Secondary Level
Aga Khan School, Meragram
18 January 2018
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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