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"Using library resources and technology to promote independent learning, critical thinking, creativity and social consciousness among students and faculty members with the aim of helping create engaged, and caring, citizens of the global community."

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Introduction

The Aga Khan Schools strive to create a harmonious balance between academic demands, sporting and cultural activities and community life. It challenges its pupils to be intellectually inquisitive and socially conscious.

The Aga Khan School, KharadharThe Aga Khan Schools strive to create a harmonious balance between academic demands, sporting and cultural activities and community life.Established in 1926, the Aga Khan School, Kharadhar is one of the oldest schools managed by the Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan. The foundations of the present education system were laid by Sir Sultan Mohamed Shah Aga Khan III, who established over 200 schools during the 20th century, the first in 1905 in Zanzibar and Gwadar, followed by schools in Dar es Salaam in 1906 and in Mundra, in India, in 1907.

The Aga Khan Schools strive to create a harmonious balance between academic demands, sporting and cultural activities and community life. It challenges its pupils to be intellectually inquisitive and socially conscious. The School believes that while what students know is important, the true measure of a student’s education is the ability to analyse what they do not know.

Students are encouraged to explore, inquire, solve and discover. The School is proud of its academic achievements in school and national examinations, as well as in extra-curricular activities and international competitions.

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