Established in 1956, Pakistan Urdu School (English medium) is managed by a board of trustees and board of directors.
The school is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Islamabad, Pakistan, for secondary and higher secondary examinations in arts, science and commerce.
Students follow the curriculum set designed by the Oxford University Press from primary to middle/high school.
The present strength of the school stands at 2,381 students and 262 dedicated staff members.
The medium of instruction is English and the school aims for quality education and the proper moral upbringing of its students.
The institution emphasises academic excellence and encourages co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
One of the main aims of Pakistan Urdu School is to ensure that its students attain scholarly knowledge and are equipped with valuable skills of the 21st century to become more productive and responsible members of society.
These attributes make Pakistan Urdu School an ideal institution committed to the noble cause of imparting quality education on a non-profit basis.
The results of the SSCII annual examination, 2023, show excellent achievements.
The school’s top scorer, Adeena Asim, achieved 1,070 out of 1100, securing second place amongst students of FBISE-affiliated schools in the GCC.
Meanwhile, Kashmala Khan Yousafzai scored 1,026, Um E Habibah scored 1,015, Saad Qamer Islam Mohammed 1,009, Simal Zahid 1,008, and Takreem Ahmad Naeem Ahmad scored 1,002 out 1,100.
The trustees are committed to reinvesting any surplus funds in the development of the school’s facilities.
The school’s shaded area was increased recently and a new administration block was constructed. Every classroom is equipped with smart TVs and Wi-Fi facilities, enabling students to use digital devices for quality education.
The school ensures that all students are computer literate and has included computer studies as part of the syllabus. The latest computers have been installed in all computer laboratories.
Rubber flooring and additional shades of a high standard have been fitted in playgrounds for the safety of students.
School principal Justen John and his team are committed to taking the institution to new heights of excellence through their hard work and dedication.
Admissions for 2023-2024 commenced in March 2023 and many parents have shown interest in their children’s education at Pakistan Urdu School.
Parents interested in registering their child/children for the September intake (subject to the availability of seats) can collect the application forms from the school’s office on all working days from 8am to 12.30pm.
For more information, contact the junior school (LKG to grade two) at 17687480 and the middle and senior school (grade 3 to 12) at 17687922.