Lahore Grammar School Defence

Since 1979
Lahore Grammar School Defence
Prospectus 2014 - 2015
Lahore Grammar School Defence
Preschool - A Level
Prospectus 2014 - 2015
www.lgsdefence.edu.pk
Contents
About LGS
Introduction
Philosophy
Academic Information
A Level & O Level
Preschool - A Level
High Achievers & Results
Alumnae
Life at LGS
Extra-curricular Societies
Campus Information
Facilities, Resources, Services
Academic Policies
A Level Fee Structure
Admission Information
Admission Forms
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Introduction
About LGS
Lahore Grammar School Private Limited was established in January 1979. The
nationalization of educational institutions in 1972 had led to an alarming decline
in the standard of instruction and facilities provided in most schools and
colleges. Interventions in the realm of education were thus critical to arrest this
abysmal state of affairs.
In 1978 the Government announced that it would welcome initiatives in the educational sector. Taking
advantage of this, a group of women from varied professional backgrounds, including education, with the mutual
objective of contributing to this field, decided to set up a school for girls.
A Private Limited Company, jointly owned by eight women was born. These eight partners comprise the Board
of Directors of the Company. The Directors of Lahore Grammar School Private Limited are empowered to outline
policies, allocate funds, declare dividends, appoint committees and vote on all vital issues.
Lahore Grammar School Private Limited
was established in January 1979.
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Philosophy
About LGS
The curriculum at Lahore Grammar School is based on the Integrative Educational Model. Higher level of
intelligence is the result of a dynamic interactive environment, which favours optimal development in students.
Most traditional educational programmes focus on the cognitive areas of intellect and provide avenues only to
enhance the growth of cognition in the curriculum. Research, however, indicates that intelligence can no longer
be defined as only a rational process. It requires not just the use of the rational thinking function, but depends on
the integration of the feeling emotional function, the sensing function, and the intuitive thinking function as well.
While we can speak of and experience these functions separately, it is their integration that creates high levels
of intelligence and optimal development of human potential.
Emphasis is laid on the understanding of concepts, therefore research, independent work and interpersonal
skills are strongly encouraged from an early age. The students learn the essential skills for success in today’s
world, such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication and collaboration. The school has also devised
a project based General Studies Programme which enhances the students’ awareness of the world they live in.
Issues like the environment, globalization, the role of women, international as well as regional conflicts and
national integration are discussed and debated in class.
In accordance with its educational philosophy, the school offers many extra-curricular activities to enrich
student life. During the school year students go out on field trips, visit museums, art exhibitions, book fairs,
libraries and cultural centres. Sports and art activities are organized regularly. At Lahore Grammar School,
music, debates and drama are a part of the school programme. The school philosophy requires the
administration to prepare students who are capable of accepting the challenges of a fast changing world. Hence,
special emphasis is laid on developing 21st Century skills.
The excellence of the core programme of the school is evident from the fact that students of the school regularly
achieve World Distinctions in the O and A Level examinations, thereby gaining entrance into centres of excellence in academia around the globe.
To further enrich our existing academic programme in project based learning, the International Baccalaureate
Primary Years Programme has also been introduced in the school curriculum from March 2014 from preschool
to Grade VI.
Our aim is to create a strong core of teaching professionals in keeping with our
philosophy of education, where teachers realize that students need the support of
nurturing adults who provide them the framework for 21st Century learning.
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Academic Information
Lahore Grammar School prepares its students for the University of
Cambridge Ordinary Level and Advanced Level examinations.
A Level
The A Level programme offers an invigorating educational experience; the choices and challenges are yours.
Application Requirements
• A minimum of six O Level subjects or an A Grade Matriculation Certificate is a pre-requisite for applying.
• Candidates applying for Science subjects should have taken the O Level course in these subjects.
• Art & Literature students who do not have an O Level in the subject will be tested.
Subject Options
The following subject combinations are being offered. Students choosing Groups 1-6 may select
an additional subject from Group 7.
Applicants are required to select a minimum of three subjects or maximum of four subjects.
*A minimum of 10 students are required to form a subject group.
A Level
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group 6
Group 7
Medicine
Pure
Sciences
General
Sciences
Engineering
Commerce
Liberal Arts
Floating
Subjects
Biology
Biology
Economics
Chemistry
Accounting
Chemistry
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physics
Mathematics
Physics
Computer
Science
Business
Studies
Mathematics
Economics
Physics
Mathematics
Physics
Business
Studies
History
Literature in
English
Law
Media Studies
Art & Design
Applied
Information &
Communication
Technology
Further
Mathematics
Psychology
Government &
Politics
Sociology
Thinking Skills
Urdu
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A Level and O Level
Academic Information
A Level
Scholarships
Merit scholarships may be availed at two levels. Firstly, deserving applicants may acquire scholarships on
entering the programme. Secondly, students attaining 3 A's in two consecutive terms may earn scholarships
during the programme. Subsequently, their names enter the Director's Roll of Honour. To remain eligible for the
scholarship, a student must maintain an A grade in all subjects and 90% attendance in all classes. Failure to do
so will result in the scholarship being transferred to the next deserving candidate.
0 Level
Compulsory subjects for the
0 Level are
Subject options offered by the school include the
following subjects
English
Accounting
Environmental Management
Islamiyat
Additional Mathematics
History (Modern World Affairs)
Mathematics
Pakistan Studies
Art & Design
Biology
Information and Communication
Technology
Urdu (Syllabus A/B)
Business Studies
Literature in English
Chemistry
Physics
Commerce
Sociology
Economics
Students have to select a minimum of three optional subjects. Subjects are
chosen in consultation with teachers as well as parents, keeping in mind a
student's aptitude, preferences and abilities.
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General Information
Preschool - A Level
Identity Cards Regulation
New Identity Cards are issued to all students at the beginning of each academic year.
The old Identity Cards become ineffective from 15th September of each year.
As a security measure for your child, please return the old Identity Card to the school office.
Safety Regulations
All parents are requested to ensure that
their child/ward has the school Identity
Card.
Children will be allowed to leave the
school premises only with the bearer of
this card. A fine of Rs.50/- will be
charged if the card is not produced at
the gate.
In case of loss of the ID card, a duplicate
card can be obtained from the school
office on payment of Rs. 150/-.
Parents are requested to ensure that
their children come to school on time.
Parents are also requested to collect
their children from school on time. The
administration shall not be responsible
for children left on the school premises
half an hour after school gives over.
Parents are requested to
note the school timings.
Any student arriving after
the first morning bell will not
be allowed in school.
However, if due to some
unavoidable reason a
student is late, parents are
requested to come to the
school office with the child,
in order for her to attend
school that day.
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Preschool - A Level
Stationery/Textbooks
All Textbooks (Preschool-A level) must be obtained
from the following authorized stationers:
Lahore
• Anees Book Corner
Gulberg, Lahore. Ph: +92 42-35751683
• Ferozsons (Pvt) Ltd.
Commercial Area, Z-Block, DHA. Ph: +92 42-37085774
Islamabad
• Durrani and Company
B-1 Super Market. Ph: +92 51-2820524-2815486
Peshawar
• Darul Adab Book Shop
Liaqat Bazar, Sadar. Ph: +92 91-5273229
Quetta
• New Quetta Book Stall
Jinnah Road. Ph: +92 81-2842882
Gujrat
• Oxford Books & Books
Bhimber Road. Ph: +92 53-3001484
Rawalpindi
• Books & Books
Commercial Centre, Satellite Town.
Ph: +92 51-4420295 - 4420248
General Information
School-Leaving Procedure
Parents are requested to inform the office
immediately, if their child is likely to be leaving
school during summer break or in the new
academic year beginning in September of each
year.
Rules applicable for Security
Refund
(Preschool – O level)
a) One month’s written notice prior to the child
leaving the school is required for the security
refund.
b) Students leaving without prior notice are
not entitled to the security refund.
c) Notice given after the student has left is
invalid for the security refund.
Security refund cheques, processed on request
and not collected within a month, stand
cancelled.
According to school rules any certified
documents not collected within six months of
parental request, stand cancelled.
Ginn Readers Recycling Club (Preschool - Grade VIII)
In order to reduce the market cost of Ginn Books, Lahore Grammar School offers the facility of Recycling
Clubs for Ginn Readers.
All new children are required to use the Ginn Readers and are made founding members. Henceforth, an
annual membership fee is charged.
Traffic Regulations (Phase 1 Lahore)
• All vehicles driving up to Lahore Grammar School
should drive in from Street 59 and drive out from
Street 50 only.
• To ensure a smooth flow of traffic Street 59 and
60 will become one way during school hours.
• The school zone is a Silence Zone. Use of car
horns is prohibited. Violators will be prosecuted
under the DHA rules.
• Please instruct your chauffeur to cooperate with the school authorities to ensure a smooth flow of traffic.
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Academic Information
High Achievers & Results
Lahore Grammar School Defence students earn distinctions every year in the
University of Cambridge International O and A Level examinations.
Best among all candidates in the world
Year 2005 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
Food & Nutrition
A Level
Sociology
Sherbano Tajammal Hussain
Year 2011 (*CIE May/June)
Law
Mehrunissa Sajjad
O Level
Saba Rashid
Year 2009 (*CIE May/June)
Mehak Adil
Rabiya Ather
Shehrbano Khan
Mehak Adil
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
Shifa Amina Noor
O Level
Anush Ammar
Sameen Haroon
Yumna Shoaib
O Level
*Cambridge International Examination
O Level
Amina Zaidi
Rabia Cheema
Year 2001 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Food & Nutrition
Zainab Shakir
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
Abeer Tariq Gulzar
Jahanara Saeed
Hafsa Shabab
Year 2011 (*CIE May/June)
Best 9 Cambridge O Level
Alizeh Maqbool
Year 2009 (*CIE May/June)
Best 9 O Level
Year 2006 (*CIE May/June)
Food & Nutrition
Commerce
Year 2002 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Chemistry
Year 2007 (*CIE May/June)
English Language
Computer Studies
Food and Nutrition
Hina Zahir
Mahreen Mahmud
Best Result Across Pakistan
O Level
Literature in English
Reeha Shafi
A Level
Computer Studies
Human & Social Biology
O Level
Additional Mathematics
Food & Nutrition
Economics (2nd in the World)
Food & Nutrition (3rd in the World)
O Level
Computing
Computing
Year 2010 (*CIE May/June)
Additional Mathematics
Year 2004 (*CIE May/June)
Human and Social Biology
A Level
Fatima Butt
Rabiya Ather
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
Best 3 A Level
Best 4 A Level
Madiha Hussain
Madiha Hussain
Year 2007 (*CIE May/June)
Best 9 O Level
Ameera Taseer Alizai
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High Achievers & Results
Year 2007 (*CIE May/June)
Best 5 A Level
Year 2004 (*CIE May/June)
Best 4 A Level
Best 3 A Level
Year 2003 (*CIE May/June)
Best 4 A Level
Best 3 A Level
Zeb Ijaz Saeed
Habiya Aziz Beg
Habiya Aziz Beg
Sabreen Aziz Beg
Sabreen Aziz Beg
Rabia Cheema
Rabia Cheema
Rabia Ali
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
Mahnoor Ayub
Zoya Gul Hasan
Year 2009 (*CIE May/June)
Information &
Communication Technology
Ayesha Aziz Ali
Futher Mathematics
Madiha Hussain
IGCSE
Information Technology
Zara Zafar Ali
Chemistry
Biology
Art and Design
Shaina Khan
Zeb Ijaz Saeed
Sara Aslam
Year 2006 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
A Level
Reema Bajwa
Marium Ahmed Uqaili
Law
Amna Qayyum
Year 2005 (*CIE May/June)
Year 2010 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
O Level
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Accounting
Art & Design
A Level
Saba Rashid
Zain Tariq
Saad Bin Arshad
Year 2011 (*CIE May/June)
Enviromental Management
A Level
Year 2007 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Computing
Economics
Mahnoor Ahmad
A Level
Best among all candidates in Pakistan
Economics
Chemistry
Computing
Mariam Aamir
Afia Iqbal
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
Year 2000 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Best 4 A Level
Food & Nutrition
Information & Communication
Technology
Information &
Communication Technology
O Level
Year 2002 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Best 8 O Level
Best 9 O Level
Academic Information
Saba Rashid
Economics
Further Mathematics
Syeda Shahbano Ijaz
Hooria Munawar
Academic Information
High Achievers & Results
Best among all candidates in Lahore
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Commerce
Iman Khan
Mahwesh Yousafzai
Saba Rashid
Mashal Imran
Year 2011 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Art and Design
History
Psychology
Ifra Mahmood
Zehra Aslam
Haleema Ahmed
Alizeh Maqbool
Year 2010 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Art
Art and Design
Biology
Computing
Mathematics
Psychology
Fatiqua Ijaz
Alina Sadaf
Syeda Fatima Rizvi
Madiha Hussain
Abeera Tariq
A Level
Business Studies
Economics
Momina Mahmood
Quanita Naveed Cheema
Hejab Fatima
Sher Bano
Amn Rahman
Amn Rahman
Year 2006 (*CIE May/June)
Myra Javaid
Shehrbano Khan
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Areeba Asif
Rimmel Mohydin
Jahanara Saeed
A Level
Literature in English
Urdu
Reeha Shafi
Shifa Khalil
O Level
Computer Studies
Mehak Mehmooda Latif
Year 2005 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
English Language
Pakistan Studies
Noreen Masood
Abeer Tariq Gulzar
Year 2004 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Art and Design
A Level
Art
Business Studies
O Level
Business Studies
Areeba Asif
O Level
Year 2009 (*CIE May/June)
Art
Economics
Business Studies
Amna Arif Siddiqui
A Level
General Paper
General Paper
Computing
Psychology
O Level
Year 2007 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Mathematics (Syllabus D)
Alina Sadaf
Syeda Fatima Rizvi
Madiha Hussain
Abeera Tariq
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Art & Design
History
Lit. in English
Biology
Computing
Mathematics
Psychology
Fatiqua Ijaz
O Level
Art
Marium Afzal
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High Achievers & Results
Year 2010 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Economics
Literature in English
Jaaveria Ashraf Qureshi
Aneesa Agha
Year 2003 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Literature
Samreen Sajjad
Samreen Sajjad
Mehreen Zahra Malik
Syed Saba Rizvi
Year 2008 (*CIE May/June)
Mahnoor Hussain
Anum Aslam
A Level
Nida Iqbal
Ayesha Naveed
Best among all candidates in Islamabad
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Art
Mashal Asher
A Level
Chemistry
Hafsa Shabab
Year 2011 (*CIE May/June)
O Level
Psychology
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Sana Shahid
Naima Sarfraz
Art & Design
Biology
O Level
Accounting
Computing
Art
Literature in English
Amal Aslam
Year 2002 (*CIE May/June)
Art
Pakistan Studies
O Level
A Level
A Level
Accounting
Business Studies
Literature in English
Urdu
Academic Information
Maham Khawar
Khadijah Azhar
Amna Hussain Khan
O Level
Art
Sociolgy
Ruyyan Sheroz
Palvasha Shahab
Year 2006 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Art & Design
Psychology
Sociology
Ayesha Kamal Khan
Shazadi Mehreen Ejaz
Namair Hamid
Top in Pakistan
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
A Level
Biology
Hafsa Shabab
Best Result Across Pakistan
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
Best Four A Level
Best Three A Level
Hafsa Shabab
Zain Faheem
Year 2012 (*CIE May/June)
Best Four AS Level
Best Three A Level
Hafsa Shabab
Zain Faheem
Academic Information
High Achievers & Results
Advanced Level
Candidates with 8 A’s
Year 2006
Ifrah Zawar
Candidates with 6 A’s
Year 2012
Maham Malik
Year 2011
Year 2010
Rabiya Ather
Arooj Razzaq Khan
Candidates with 5 A’s
Year 2012
Amber Naveed
Maria Javaid
Year 2011
Alia Yaqub Kazi
Maham Masood Sadiq
Marium Tahir
Year 2010
Afshan Fayyaz Malik
Rabail Mahmood Sadiq
Year 2009
Anam Hussain
Fatima Yaqub Kazi
Year 2007
Zeb Ijaz Saeed
Hira Farooqi
Year 2012
Aaima Asad
Amna Arif Siddiqui
Gull Shahmir Khan
Irum Yousuf
Kaneez Zainab
Maha Imran
Syeda Maheen Batool
Ahmad Hassan
Sher Bano
Faryal Shahid
Maira Shahzad
Numra Abdul Aleem
Zehra Aslam
Hejab Fatima
Reema Bajwa
Mariam Ikhlas
Laila Babar
Suna Gulraiz
Momina Ahsam
Sheza Tauheed Khawaja
Moeezo Saleem
Naima Hafeez
Noor-Ul-Hira Shaukat
Amna Javed Syed
Mahlaqa Shaukat
Safa Mahmood
Zahra Afzal
Zainab Umair
Mariyam Khalid
Meeraal Shafaat Bokharee
Shazia Qayyum
Sidra Sajid
Year 2010
Aamna Tarar
Amal Javed
Amn Rahman
Anum Shahid Niaz
Farah Tiwana
Fizza Pervaiz
Year 2009
Amber Masood
Anam Zahid
Aroosa Ijaz
Arouj Bajwa
Ayesha Anwaar
Danish Khawar
Fatima Ghaffar
Ghana Naeem
Sehreen Mumtaz
Syeda Mahira Ali
Wajeeha Mohsin
Zartashia Gul
Candidates with 4 A’s
Maha Tariq
Maham Tariq
Maira Kamal
Mashal Imran
Minahil Nadeem
Rabbia Shabbir
Saba Rashid
Safia Zafar
Saliha Ahmed
Sunniya Sarfraz
Zara Gulraiz
Abdul Ahad Ayub
Asad Abbas Enver
Muhammad Zarrar Khan
Mustafa Sajid
Saad Bin Arshad
Imrat Aamir Fayyaz
Mahnoor Maqbool
Maria Siddique
Marium Ahmed Uqaili
Mehrunissa Sajjad
Minahil Adeel
Minahil Mazhar
Roshaan Naseem Butt
Sana Noor
Shaameen Imran Mian
Sharoon Aqil
Subha Saeed
Urwa Arshad
Zareen Fatima
M. Usman Khurshid
Gala Farooq
Hafsa Asad
Hira Bilal
Iqra Qamar
Maha Tanveer
Mahha Malik
Sarah Shaukat
Sarah Ahmed Uqaili
Scheherazade Aslam
Syeda Farwa Fatima
Urooj Jamil
Zahra Mahmood Bodla
Zahra Nur Khaled
Zainab Ahmed Cheema
Zara Zafar Alvi
Hafsah Rehman Lak
Hanaya Tanzeel
Mahnoor Farooqi
Maria Naeem
Mehreen Ahmed Cheema
Mehrin Javed Khawaja
Myera Shahnawaz
Najiya Haque
Nayha Enver
Nehal Farooq
Nur Nasreen Ibrahim
Raahema Arif Siddiqui
Romesa Ibrahim
Rubab Raza
Jahanara Saeed
Saman Zia
Saman Almaee Jafri
Sameen Haroon
Sana Rafiq
Ummamah Zaka Khan
Tamkinat Mirza
Zahra Rashid
Zaib-Un-Nisa Aziz
Year 2011
Fajar Raza
Fareeha Mahmood
Fareeha Mirza
Fareeha Mubarak
Hajrah Awais Khawaja
Masnoon Majeed
Areej Asad Mahmood
Nuha Khan
Misha Nasir Jamy
Year 2008
Alina Sadaf
Madiha Hussain
Year 2009
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Academic Information
High Achievers & Results
Year 2008
Abeer Tariq Gulzar
Abeera Tariq
Aleena Tasneem Khan
Amina Naveed Khawaja
Amina Zaka
Amna Iqbal
Amna Malik
Anam Hasan
Year 2007
Ain Amin
Amna Husain
Anoushe Sheharnaz
Anum Javed Akram
Bareera Ishraq
Benish Aftab
Jawairia Naeem
Year 2012
Aeman Husain
Affifa Chughtai
Aimen Shahzad
Aisha Hamid
Arfa Shahoor
Dur-E-Nayab Akram
Firasha Ahmad
Geena Parvaiz Saleh
Kiran Aftab
Maha Aamir
Anam Omer
Anum Mustafa
Danya Arif Siddiqi
Fatima Shahid
Khadija Zeb
Kisha Aziz Beg
Mahwish Waqar
Maria Qureshi
Maryam Amjad
Mashal Asad Elahi
Mehek Zafar
Qurat-Ul-Ain Sheikh
Ramla Abbas
Saman Babree
Sana Waqar
Sarah Shaukat
Shmyla Khan
Sidra Iftikhar
Summayah Leghari
Syeda Fatima Rizvi
Ukasha Iqbal
Zoha Malik
Zoya Tanzeel
Lamia Niazi
Mahnoor Khawaja
Mariam Haroon
Mehreen Humayun
Momina Mahmood
Moneeza Akbar Agha
Namra Najeeb
Noor Fishan
Rabia Ahmad
Saba Aziz
Saman Hussain
Sania Ayaz
Saniya Haroon
Saniya Farooq
Sarah Hajra Khan
Shaina Khan
Shifa Khalil
Sidra Mazhar
Syeda Sana Fatima
Zareen Babar
Candidates with 3 A’s
Maha Abubakr
Mahru Mahmood
Mahrukh Imran
Mariam Aamir
Mariam Faiz
Narmeen Shakeel
Nayab Tariq
Noor Fatima Haroon
Noor Shahzad
Rabia Naveed Khan
Rida Shahzad Azam
Rumsha Shahzad
Ruqaya Idrees
Saman Tariq Malik
Sara Ali
Siraat Younas
Tabeer Qazi
Zeina Naseer Butt
Abdurrehman Naveed
Awais Khan
Haseeb Akram
Hashaam Arshad
Imran Sharif Rizvi
Muhammad Nouman Amjad
Saad Ahmad
Syed Muhammad Meisam
Uzair Amjad
Zain Tariq Akram
Zeeshan Humayun
Khushboo-E-Kaynat Qureshi
Laila Kamran Chima
Maha Shoaib
Maham Butt
Maryam Javed
Mehak Adil
Meher Alam
Minahil Malik
Minahil Aslam Sheikh
Navaira Zia Khan
Nida Yousaf Sheikh
Sahar Kamran
Shanze Fatima Rauf
Syeda Mehreen Akhtar
Warda Aman Khan
Zainab Sajid
Farhan Munir
Ismyal Khan
Syed M. Daniyal Amjad
Muhammad Farrukh Javed
Raees Iqbal
Shahmeer Naveed Arshad
Umar Waqar
Wajeeh Haseeb
Hadia Shahid
Maham, Naweed
Mahnoor Ayub
Mahnoor Rahman
Marriam Musa
Meher Farrukh
Parnian Khalil Rao
Ramsa Suhail Rana
Rida Ansari
Sarah Jamil Ahmed
Sofia Babar Jafri
Tauheed Shafiq
Zahira Zafar Chatha
Zoya Gul Hasan
Khurram Ahmed
Fatima Yousaf
Fizza Raza
Ifrah Shahi
Khadija Khalid Ranjha
Mahgul
Mariam Iqbal
Mariam Imran Mian
Mehreen Kamran
Rimmel Mohydin
Sameen Fakhar Qureshi
Sayyeda Sarah Ali
Sehar Fatima
Syeda Fatima Tayyaba
Fatima Waheed
Hareem Ahmed
Hira Shakeel
Madiha Ikram Malik
Madyha Jan Leghari
Maham Zohair Mahmood
Naveen Sohail Khan
Nida Kaif
Numra Waqas
Rabbiya Kamal
Rabiya Rashid
Rafia Saman
Rida Ajmal
Sana Asif
Sana Aziz
Anushe Aly
Ayesha Shaheryar
Farzeen Gul
Fatema Abdullah
Fatima Butt
Fatima Hasanain
Fatima Tassadiq
Gul Sana Ahmad
Hina Imran
Kinza Khan
Madiha Javaid
Mahnoor Arshad
Burki
Maira Akmal
Maryam Shahid
Minahil Zafar
Misha Aeman
Zaheer
Quanita Naveed
Cheema
Year 2011
Aline Arif
Aliza Aziz
Amal Hayat
Fatima Ali
Fatima Javed
Fatima Noor Aftab
Haleema Ahmed
Kanza Zaman Tarar
Khadija Noor
Year 2010
Aniqa Sardar
Anoosh Nisar
Axa Khalid Warraich
Bushra Waqar
Farwa Akhtar
Year 2009
Alieha Shahid
Amna Zehra Abbas
Annum Munir
Anum Imran
Anum Khan
Year 2008
Ambreen Ashfaq
Anum Naveed
Arooj Siddiq
Asma Arif
Beenish Afzal
Year 2007
Aleeza Rasool
Amber Arifeen
Aminah Yusuf
Anam Ejaz
Anam Islam Khan
Anum Hanif
Anum Mahmood
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Alumnae
Academic Information
Our alumnae have the distinction of gaining admission into the
world’s best universities.
Here is a brief list of some of the local and foreign academic institutions where our students
have enrolled for their Higher Education:
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Amherst College
Barnard College
Boston University
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College
Carleton College
Carnegie Mellon University
Clark University
Clarke College
Colgate College
Columbia University
Cornell College
Dartmouth College
Fordham University
Franklin & Marshall College
George Washington University
Grinnell College
Harvard University
Kenyon College
Macalester College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mount Holyoke College
New York University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Princeton University
Randolf University
Sarah Lawrence College
Smith College
Stanford University
Swarthmore College
University of California
University of Florida
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
Wellesley College
Yale University
U.K.
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Durham University
Imperial College London
Kings College London
Leeds University
London Metropolitan University
London School of Economics
Nottingham University
Queen Mary University
Royal Holloway, University of London
University of St Andrews
Saint Martins College of Art & Design
School of Oriental & African Studies
Southampton University
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University of Cambridge
University of Essex
University of Manchester
University of Oxford
University of Warwick
York University
Canada
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Queens University
University of Toronto
Simon Fraser University
Waterloo University
York University
Singapore
• LaSalle SIA School of Art & Design
• Yale University Singapore
Middle East
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Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
Weill Cornell Medical University, Qatar
Georgetown University, Qatar
Rochester University of Technology, Dubai
Turkey
• Middle East Techincal University, Cypress
• Sabanchi University
Pakistan
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Agha Khan University
Allama Iqbal Medical College
Beaconhouse National University
CMH Medical College
Fatima Jinnah Medical College
Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute
Hamdard University
Institute of Business Administration (IBA)
King Edward Medical College
Kinnaird College for Women
Lahore School of Economics
Lahore University of Management Sciences
National College of Arts
National University Foundation for Advancement
of Science & Technology (N.U. F.A.S.T.)
National University of Science and Technology
(N.U.S.T)
Nishtar Medical College
Pakistan Law College
Pakistan School of Fashion Design
Sheikh Zayed Medical College
University of Engineering & Technology (UET)
University College Lahore
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Extra-curricular Societies
Life at LGS
Educational values at the school are not limited to academic
achievements. The school recognizes the need for personality
development which extends beyond the walls of the classroom.
Debating
Public speaking is encouraged from junior
classes. Students participate in debates,
declamations, poetry recitation and prose
reading. The school organizes an annual
debating competition called the Lahore
Grammar School Challenge Cup in which
Lahore’s acclaimed schools avidly participate.
The Lahore Grammar School Debating
Society has made its mark at inter-collegiate
competitions. Students have also represented
Pakistan abroad in Singapore, Thailand and
the United Kingdom. Our Debaters have
represented Pakistan in the World Schools
Debating Championship, in Germany in 2003,
in Seoul in 2008, Athens in 2009 and Qatar in
2010. We bring in profesional coaches who
undertake the training of our debaters.
Social Work
Lahore Grammar School Social Work Society
organizes events to spread awareness of
different causes, raise funds for charities and
to encourage participation in such activities.
Beneficiaries of the LGS Annual Carnival
include the Edhi Trust, WAR, Shaukat Khanum
Hospital, SOS, Childern’s Hospital and the
Rising Sun School for Special Children.
Representatives from welfare organizations
are regularly invited to conduct informal
information sessions among senior students.
Art Society
An annual art exhibition provides an
opportunity for students to exhibit their work.
Students have been regularly participating in
and winning competitions, within the country
and abroad.
Prominent artists of the country are invited as
guest speakers and to view exhibitions of
students’ work. They also conduct workshops
at the school.
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Life at LGS
Extra-curricular Societies
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Performing Arts
Annual Urdu and English productions of the
LGS Dramatics Society have been widely
acclaimed in the local press and amongst
cultural circles. Senior School and A Level are
also involved in productions throughout the
year including competitions between classes,
plays and impromptu skits put up by junior
classes.
Preschool and Elementary School Parents Day is
an extravaganza in which each child participates.
A variety of plays and dances are staged which
bring out the talents of the children. Dance
classes begin in Elementary School in which
students learn Kathak and Ballet.
The extra-curricular activities at the
school are numerous and carefully
monitored for maximum benefits.
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Life at LGS
Extra-curricular Societies
Sports
The Physical Education Programme is an essential part of
the school curriculum. Students are encouraged to value
physical fitness, the need for discipline, self control,
competitiveness and team spirit. The physical fitness
programme includes aerobics and martial arts.
Team sports such as volleyball, basketball and the
ever-favourite football are regular features. The Annual
Sports Day and the Staff versus Students matches are
popular events. Other sports include table tennis,
badminton and athletics. Swimming classes are the
highlight of summer.
Our state-of-the-art swimming pool is used to train our
students for national and international competitions.
Students have distinguished themselves at the InterSchool, Inter-Division and All Pakistan Level. They have
also had the honour of representing Pakistan at the SAF
Games and in International competitions.
Roshni
“Roshni” is the official annual school publication. Writers and artists, preschool
upwards, contribute to it. It is a vibrant, colourful collection of poetry, prose and art.
Student Council
The Student Council consists of a Head Girl, Deputy Head
Girl, Prefects of the four Houses and Presidents of various
societies. A Student Council is nominated every year. It
comprises students from the A Level, Classes IX, X, XI and
A1. Class Representatives play an active role in
organizing various activities, e.g Farewell of A2 students,
Book Club, Term Newsletter etc.
Literary Societies
The Urdu and English Literary Societies have been
established to encourage students to learn the skills
necessary to organize literature based activities in the
school. Activities include drama, debates, and Reading
Week. Planning, collecting and editing material for the
school magazine goes on throughout the year.
After-school
clubs
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Basketball
Chess
Classical Singing
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Football
Guitar
Handwriting
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Pottery
Riding
Sitar
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Taekwondo
Table Tennis
Violin
French
Life at LGS
Preschool: Where it all begins
Extra-curricular Activities
Physical Education
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Life at LGS
Guest Speakers Sharing Experiences
Elementary School Parents Day
Farewell Parade
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Campus Information
Facilities, Resources, Services
In order to establish an environment conducive to learning, the school
provides its students with a cheerful, friendly ambience and ensures
that each student receives individual attention and supervision.
The following services are provided at all times to assist
students:
Student Services Office
The office provides advice and counselling on non-academic
matters on a confidential basis.
Academic Counsellors/College Counsellors
The counsellors provide students with advice on a range of
academic matters including course related decisions and future
career progression. College representatives, both local and
foreign, regularly visit the school for information sessions.
Admissions to colleges and universities are also processed by
the Counselling Office.
Personal Tutor System
All full-time students can seek the help of our Peer Teacher
Society members. The role of these members is to work with
the Student Services Office and Academic counsellors in
helping students overcome academic problems at all times.
Laboratory
Custom-made laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology
are equipped with state-of-the-art apparatus required for O and
A Level practical work. Highest safety standards are observed.
Library
The school library includes a large variety of research material
for all classes. The library subscribes to several international
and national publications. It also has a multimedia collection of
the latest CD-ROMs, classic films and audio cassettes.
Shakespeare, Chaucer, Shaw are well represented. The
librarians are fully trained in library management.
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Academic Policies
Campus Information
Rules & Regulations
A minimum of three subjects is required for a student to
appear as a regular Lahore Grammar School candidate in
the A Level examination.
Please note, in case of an irresolvable subject clash, it will
be the prerogative of the management to allow the
student one of the two options. A minimum of 10 students
is required for a particular subject to be offered.
90% attendance is necessary for a student to sit the final
examination.
Students must secure at least 50% in all subjects and
must sit for all term tests/examinations in order to be
promoted each term and to enter as regular candidates of
Lahore Grammar School for the final O Level and A Level
Cambridge International Examinations.
Students absent from school must bring in a letter from
their parents stating the date and reason for their
absence. Any student missing a test or examination due
to ill health must bring a medical certificate.
School timings for the A Level programme are from
0800 - 1600 hours. It is compulsory for A-1 students to be
in school between 0915 hours and 1215 hours. Students
arriving late will not be allowed to enter the class.
Saturday is a regular school day for O & A Level students
for revision classes, extra-curricular activities and sports.
Failure to appear for the Final Internal Examinations
(mock) will result in the student being made a private
candidate for the Cambridge Examinations.
Miscellaneous
Students who remain on campus after school hours for extra-curricular activities will remain under a teacher's
supervision only for the specified time. Parents are expected to pick up students promptly after extra-curricular
sessions are over. School management cannot be held responsible for students remaining in school half an hour
after the activity is over. Written permission from a parent is required for a student to leave campus at any other
time.
Students of classes I to Xl are required to wear the school uniform. A Level students are not required to be in
uniform. However, students must be appropriately dressed for school. A Level students representing the school
in any official event or field trip are required to be dressed in white shalwar kameez and dupatta. A Level Council
members have to follow this dress code and must wear their sashes at all times.
Students must ensure safekeeping of all personal items. In case of loss the school will not be held responsible.
The management of Lahore Grammar School Defence reserves the right to amend any of the above rules and
regulations.
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Campus Information
A Level Fee Structure
Fee is charged quarterly.
Fee for the upcoming term is charged at the time
of admission.
Fee bills are issued to students 10 days before
the due date. The issue date is the first day of the
new quarter. New quarters start respectively in
January, April, July and October.
A fine of Rs.25/- per day will be levied in case of
late payment.
Students who have not paid their fee will not be
allowed to attend classes or sit for examinations.
Fee must be paid for the entire term irrespective
of illness, absence or early withdrawal.
Registration, admission and tuition fee are
non-refundable in all circumstances.
The fee structure of the school may be revised
without notice.
Security deposit must be collected within 6
months of leaving school.
The security deposit is non-refundable if the
student leaves before completion of the
academic year. An A Level student must
complete both A I and A II to be eligible for a
security refund.
A one month notice is required for withdrawal of
a student from school.
Parents are informed that LGS fee is to be paid quarterly
i.e every three months, over the full calendar year.
Registration Fee
Admission Fee
Security
A-Level Course Fee
Science Lab Fee
Computer Lab Fee
Art Fee
Magazine
Library/ Stationery/ Photocopy/ Sports/
Miscellaneous
Rs. 3,000
Rs.30,000 (Not applicable to LGS students)
Rs.20,000 (LGS Defence students to make up
difference only)
Rs.25,836 per month
Rs.700 per month (per subject)
Rs.700 per month
Rs.1,000 per month
Rs.800 per year
Rs.4,700 per quarter
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Admission Information
Rules & Regulations:
All applicants are required to fill Registration
Form A.
Please write in block letters in black or blue ink.
A Level applicants are required to fill out
Registration Form B as well.
O Level applicants are required to fill out
Registration Form C as well.
All A Level applicants are required to deposit the
Registration fee at the Standard Chartered Bank,
D.H.A., Lahore. (H Block Branch only)
Preschool - Grade XI applicants are required to
deposit the Registration fee at First Women Bank
Pvt. (Ltd.) D.H.A., Lahore. (H Block Branch only)
Applicants must have completed the previous
class to apply for admission to the next.
Admission for A Level will be conditional on
attaining the required O Level result. Therefore
it will be necessary for all students to submit
their O Level result within 24 hours of receipt.
Admission is based entirely on merit.
A Level registrations begin on
Monday 3 March, 2014.
Any attempt to influence the admission process
or providing false information shall result in
disqualification of the candidate.
Last date for registration is
Friday 22 August, 2014.
Preschool Admission
Preschool Registrations for the Academic Year
2015-2016 will begin from
Wednesday 12 November, 2014.
Last date for registration is Friday 13 March, 2015.
Admission Grades I-XI
Registrations for Grade I-XI will take place on
Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 August, 2014
from 0900-1400 hours.
Admission tests will be held on Friday 22 and
Saturday 23 August, 2014 at 0800 hours sharp.
List of successful candidates will be put up on
Tuesday 26 August, 2014 at 1400 hours.
Successful candidates should collect their fee bill
from the school office on the same day
i.e. Tuesday 26 August, 2013.
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A Level
Admission will be based on first come,
first served basis.
The fee should be cleared by
Friday 29 August, 2014.
Orientation Day is
Friday 5 September, 2014,
0900 to 1200 noon.
Students are requested to submit a copy
of the paid fee bill on the Orientation Day.
New term begins on
Monday 8 September, 2014.
Prompt payment of dues is
necessary for the confirmation
of admission. Please feel free
to contact the admission office
for any further information.
Lahore
Lahore Grammar School Defence for Girls
136-E, DHA, Phase I, Lahore
Tel: +92 42 358 94306, +92 42 358 92438,
Fax: +92 42 357 26624
Email: [email protected]
Lahore Grammar School Defence
483/4, G Block, Education City
DHA Phase V, Lahore
Tel: +92 42 37176004/9 (Junior School)
Tel: +92 42 37176005/6/7 (Senior School)
Email: [email protected]
Islamabad
Lahore Grammar School
Plot No. 86, Faiz Ahmed Faiz Road,
H-8/1, Islamabad.
Tel: +92 51 4442783, 8356295 – 96
Fax: +92 51 444 2782
Email: [email protected]
Rawalpindi
Lahore Grammar School
House No. E-68, E Block,
Near Holy Family Hospital
Satellite Town, Rawalpindi
Tel: +92 51 4410344, 4420344, 4412344
Email: [email protected]
Peshawar
Lahore Grammar School
House No. 86, Street No. 4, Sector H-4,
Phase-II, Hayatabad, Peshawar.
Tel: +92 91 589 0044
Fax: +92 91 589 0043
Email: [email protected]
Gujrat
Lahore Grammar School
Main Bhimber Road,
Model Town, Gujrat.
Tel: +92 53 3040994
Email: [email protected]
Quetta
Lahore Grammar School
House No. 84-A, Samungli Road,
Jinnah Town, Quetta.
Tel: +92 81 836 306
Email: [email protected]
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