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A great school,
"will educate its students not merely to be personally successful but also to use their gifts to build their communities and enhance the common good to levels beyond our dreams."

His Highness
The Aga Khan

Information for Students

Aga Khan School students pursue a well-balanced education combining intellectual inquiry, academic excellence, sporting and cultural activities and a grounding in ethics and moral reasoning.

Information for StudentsAga Khan School students extend their respect to the cultural, religious and political convictions of others in school and in society. Information for Students
Aga Khan School students are committed to rigor and self-discipline in their studies and subscribe to the principles of intellectual honesty in the preparation of their work.

They respect their teachers and fellow students. They extend their respect to the cultural, religious and political convictions of others in school and in society. They dedicate themselves to debate issues honestly and fairly. They aim to understand and recognise the value of other views even as they value their own.

They are self-aware and socially conscious. They are committed to the development of their communities, their nation and civil society in the world at large. They are motivated to help others less fortunate than themselves.

They strive to acquire knowledge as part of a balanced, lifelong process of inquiry that leads to intellectual and personal growth, as well as a means to fulfill material goals. The mastery of a particular discipline is balanced by a broad knowledge of several subjects, including science, art, literature and music.

They are also citizens of the world and at ease in environments and settings other than their own. They are generous and tolerant towards other cultures and traditions. They are bilingual or multilingual.

They embrace the rich diversity of the world while valuing their own identity.

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