The List of Top Schools In Pakistan That Can Give Your Children The Education And Grooming They Deserve!

The List of Top Schools In Pakistan That Can Give Your Children The Education And Grooming They Deserve!

Pakistan, home to almost 200 million people is one of the rising and most prominent nations in South Asia and even the world. Out of the 200 million, 32% of the population ranges from 0 to 14 years.

Every parent in Pakistan wants the best for their children – may it be academic wise or grooming wise. When it comes to educating children, good schools and their schooling reputation and methods are a basic necessity for good parenting in today’s world.

For parents who are looking for exceptional schools for their young-ones or looking to switch schools for their children, we’ve compiled a list just for you. The list of schools is based around the level of faculty, alumni, their teaching methodology, co and extra-curricular activities, facilities, fee structure and their scholarship programs.

It is pertinent to note that these schools offer quality education; however, they might not be affordable for everyone in the general public.

Disclaimer: These schools are NOT ranked and are in NO particular order. These are the names that have come up by popular demand and student enrollments – different people from all these cities were asked for their opinion, and the names have come up through public opinion.

Institutes in Lahore

1. Aitchison College Lahore

Source: aitchison.edu.pk

Source: aitchison.edu.pk

One of the most prestigious schools and college in Pakistan, Aitchison has given the country alumni like Ex-President Farooq Laghari, Ex-Prime Minister Zafarullah Jamali and a number of other famous figures. Facilities include a boarding house, hospital, equestrian center and sports complexes.

2. Convent of Jesus and Mary

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Source: blogspot.com

The Convent of Jesus and Mary is an all-girls’ convent school. Notable alumni include the likes of Maryam Nawaz, Benazir Bhutto and Asma Jehangir.

3. Lahore Grammar Schools (JT-Defence-1A1-Paragon)

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Source: lgsjt.com

A chain of campuses of LGS has over the years spread around Lahore and other cities of the country. Six fast flying houses and notable alumni like Arfa Karim, Juggan Kazim, Fawad Khan and Momina Mustehsan, LGS is the go-to school in Lahore.

4. Beaconhouse School System

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Source: beaconhousenewlands.com

One of the most prestigious schools in the country, Beaconhouse School System is well established across Pakistan. Notable alumni include Ibrahim Shahid, Sheharyar Ahmed and Oscar winner Mir Zafar Ali.

Institutes in Karachi

1. Karachi Grammar School

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Source: flickr.com

Hands down, the best school in Karachi, one that makes sure every passing child succeeds. A strict admission policy and eligibility criteria, the fee does not matter as the Board of the school decides according to students’ financial status based on their abilities. Famous alumni include Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal Bhutto even legendary actor Waheed Murad.

2. Beaconhouse School System

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Source: besteentime.com

One of the most prestigious schools in the country, Beaconhouse School System is well established across Pakistan. Notable alumni include Ibrahim Shahid, Sheharyar Ahmed and Oscar winner Mir Zafar Ali. Famous campuses are Defence, Clifton and Jubilee.

3. Mama Parsi Girls’ Secondary School

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Source: panoramio.com

Established almost 100 years ago, Mama Parsi is one of the most respected institutes in Karachi. Known as Mamaians, the school is an all-girls’ secondary school. The school’s motto is: “LET HUMILITY, CHARITY, FAITH AND LABOR LIGHT OUR PATH”.

4. The City School

Source: tcs,edu,pk

Source: tcs,edu,pk

City students and alumni have often said they wouldn’t have been anywhere else for their academics other than City. With hundreds of campuses across the country, notable alumni include Maha Qasim, Maham Durrani, Barrister Husnain Ali and Javeria Laghari.

5. B.V.S Parsi School

Source: schoolspakistan.com

Source: schoolspakistan.com

Bai Virbaijee Soparivala Parsi School, one of the oldest institutions in the country, was opened by the Parsi community in 1859. Notable alumni include Ardeshir Cowasjee, Farooq Sattar and well, Waqar Zaka.

Institutes in Islamabad-Rawalpindi

1. Roots International

Source: roots.edu.pk

Source: roots.edu.pk

With one of the best overall results in the O-A Level category ever year, Roots International has established its name in the capital city. Notable alumni of the institute include Ali Moeen Nawazish, Samad Khurram and Danish Shabir.

2. Froebel’s International School

Source: froebels.edu.pk

Source: froebels.edu.pk

Founded in 1975, Froebel’s offers a perfect mix of academic and extra-curricular phenomena. The school even offers a daycare programme for children. The school needs no other alumni mentioned but Haroon Tariq who secured 47 As in O and A Levels.

3. Beaconhouse School System (Margalla Campus)

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Source: visitpak.com

One of the most prestigious schools in the country, Beaconhouse School System is well established across Pakistan. Notable alumni include Ibrahim Shahid, Sheharyar Ahmed and Oscar winner Mir Zafar Ali.

Institutes in Quetta

1. Beaconhouse School System (Juniper)

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One of the most prestigious schools in the country, Beaconhouse School System is well established across Pakistan. Notable alumni include Ibrahim Shahid, Sheharyar Ahmed and Oscar winner Mir Zafar Ali. The Juniper campus is the go-to school in Quetta.

2. The City School

Source: cityschool.edu.pk

Source: cityschool.edu.pk

City students and alumni have often said they wouldn’t have been anywhere else for their academics other than City. With hundreds of campuses across the country, the notable alumni include Maha Qasim, Maham Durrani, Barrister Husnain Ali and Javeria Laghari.

3. Wilderness

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Source: wilderness.com

The only school that competes and comes at par with the level of City and Beacon in Quetta is Wilderness. The school encourages students in all paths of life, academic and extra-curricular – one of the few co-ed schools in Quetta.

Institutes in Peshawar

1. Beaconhouse School System (Hayatabad)

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Source: panoramio.com

 One of the most prestigious schools in the country, Beaconhouse School System is well established across Pakistan. Notable alumni include Ibrahim Shahid, Sheharyar Ahmed and Oscar winner Mir Zafar Ali.

2. Army Public School

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Source: aps.com

Globally known for the December 16, 2014 tragedy – the Army Public School is a military run institute. Known for its strict rules and discipline, the APS has hundreds of branches across Pakistan.

3. Roots School System

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Source: panoramio.com

Bringing out the best in children since 1988, RSS’ Hayatabad Campus is one of the best schools in Peshawar.

These schools from all over Pakistan have produced some of the most learned and capable students who have become leaders of today. However, these are not the only good schools in the country; there are a number of other institutes that offer quality education as well – but these do serve as the creme de la creme of Pakistan.

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