The Senior School covers grade 8 to grade 12 of a child’s academic life – students join the Senior School at age 13, completing their education at 16 or 18. The academic program at the Senior School is based on Key Stages 3 & 4 of the British National Curriculum, culminating in the internationally recognized qualifications of IGCSE and A Levels. Both staff and students at the Senior School have considerable experience in helping those who transfer into the school to feel part of the system.
This regular contact enables close relationships to be established individually, collectively and between home and school. The Senior School also operates a close partnership with parents in order to help maintain its high standards. The High School experience stresses a rigorous academic program while promoting personal growth for all students.


Key Stage 3 : Grade 8 to 10

The curriculum in these three years carries the breadth, depth and balance inherent to the British International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) programme. All courses, are based on the syllabi of the IGCSE and GCE O levels in Pakistan Studies, Islamiat and Urdu ), administrated and examined by the University of Cambridge.

Years 8–10 is based on Key Stage 3 of the British Curriculum However, schemes of work take into account the diversity of our student body. During this time, all students follow a course involving a wide range of subjects designed to stretch and challenge every individual, providing everyone with the opportunity to discover and examine their own particular interests and talents.

  • English
  • Physics
  • Maths
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • ICT
  • Accounting
  • Business studies
  • Islamiat
  • History
  • Urdu
  • Geography


Co-curricular activities can empower students to make their own decisions and help them gain vital experience and skills to lead them on the path to their future. Co-curricular activities help students gain experience in a variety of areas that will enhance their future. Through participation in sports, students learn cooperation, teamwork and time management. Participating in debates and other competitions students learn responsibility, develop self confidence and communication. Extracurricular activities can also help students discover hidden talents, meet people they might otherwise not encounter, and learn about things outside their own environment.

Our school’s aim is to develop social awareness and a well balanced sense of cooperation and to enhance the formal curricular education of children by providing stimulating activities and widening the learning experiences of the students.

The activity programs are designed and developed to suit the needs of our students. All students are encouraged to take part in the activities. The activity supervisors and some other teachers are responsible to coordinate the activity programs throughout the academic year. School offers following activities throughout the academic year.

  • Quran Recitation Competition
  • Urdu debates
  • English debates
  • Drama
  • Seminars
  • Bake sales


Sport is an integral part of the curriculum for all age groups. Our Extracurricular sports and activities program helps to support this by encouraging each student to participate individually or in teams. Students are divided into four houses. Field trips and educational trips are held each year to support the Secondary educational program and provide special topics for IGCSE and A levels research work.


Every year the school holds a number of special activities like quizzes, drama, conferences, spellethon, essay writing competition, bake sales and science exhibitions. The wings organize these activities so that each student can get a chance to participate in one event or the other and show his/her sporting abilities and sportsman spirit.


O and A level results are declared by the Universities in the 3rd or 4th week of August. That is our vacation time. So the first thing that we do as and when the school reopens after summer vacation is to organize “Academic Prize Distribution” day for the achievers and position holders for all grades. The ceremony appreciates the talent dished out both in the internal examinations just before the vacation started and in the external examinations.


In the honor of the passing out students, we hold a very impressive graduation ceremony in the last leg of A2 session. The students have always expressed their thankfulness and have been seen genuinely grieved to leave the school where they remained for something like 13 years.


Behavioral & Social Attributes

  • Students should be self-disciplined, hard working and take responsibility for their own actions.
  • Listen to instructions given by all members of the staff.
  • Act considerately towards others and respect their rights and property
  • Respect the school building and property.
  • Not get involved in any form of bullying.
  • Remember that cheating achieves nothing except being dishonest to oneself and others.
  • Use polite words and respectful tone.
  • Keep your school clean. Throw rubbish in the bin. Always keep the place clean.
  • Don’t bring mobile phones .They are prohibited in school premises.
  • Wear clean uniform and keep your hair neat and tidy at all times.
  • Follow the Islamic values in work and actions, and be a role model for others
  • Follow etiquette of eating and be thankful for Allah’s blessings.
  • Always show best behavior especially during trips and outdoor activities.

Attributes for Successful Learning

  • Fully participating in class, completing assignments and meeting responsibilities on time.
  • Seeking assistance and clarification from teachers when appropriate and prioritizing responsibilities.
  • Demonstrating openness to new ideas and being willing to accept constructive criticism.
  • Taking initiative and using good sense of judgment.
  • Demonstrating poise and flexibility.
  • Displaying a positive and enthusiastic attitude.
  • Demonstrating positive problem-solving skills.