Established in 1926, the Aga Khan School, Kharadhar is one of the oldest schools in the Aga Khan Education Service, Pakistan’s network of educational institutions.
The School serves over 1,200 students, majority of whom are females. English is the medium of instruction and the School teaches pre-primary through to primary and secondary grade.
Aga Khan School, Kharadhar teaches an enriched National Curriculum. It is affiliated with the Aga Khan University Examination Board, offering subjects in the Science and General Group. The School is divided into three sections:
Every quarter, the School faculty keeps parents posted on their children’s academic performance, attendance and school participation. The School functions in a friendly environment that supports and encourages an on-going partnership between the school, parents and management. Parents assist by:
The school's orientation programmes give parents and students an opportunity to interact, give feedback and exchange ideas with school management. We encourage parents to be involved in the social and emotional development of their children. Our focus lies in developing parents as critical partners, actively contributing to the effective functioning of the school.