The Aga Khan School, Hafizabad is two decades old, having been constructed on 30th March 1997 as a primary school. It was upgraded to a high school in 2005.
The school serves over 200 students, 48% 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 1:12 for teachers to students.
The school teaches an enhanced version of the national curriculum, and is affiliated with the Gujranwala Board of Secondary Examinations.
The Aga Khan School, Hafizabad has many facilities available, like a well-equipped computer lab, a library, multimedia equipment, and a myriad curricular and co-curricular activities designed to create well-rounded, confident, and engaged students.
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 February, and the second starts in August on a need-based selection.
For the admission process, we require:
The fee structure is as follows:
For more information, please contact:
Aga Khan School, Hafizabad
Kolo Tarar Road
Near Bashir Hospital
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