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An institution par excellence

On this glorious day of Independence, Pakistan School wishes all fellow compatriots in the Kingdom a happy Independence Day. Let’s refresh and remember the great sacrifices of the martyrs who laid down their lives for a free Pakistan. We are happy to present a synopsis of Pakistan School, Bahrain on this joyous occasion.

The history of Pakistan School goes back to the 60s when the leading visionary members of the community realised the need for a schooling system for their children, leading to the establishment of a small primary school in 1968 in a rented building in Fariq Fadil area of Manama. After a few years the school was upgraded to secondary level education following affiliation with the Federal Board, Islamabad, Pakistan.

In 1984, the new campus of the Pakistan School was constructed in Isa town, which was inaugurated by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Premier. Two new blocks, Jinnah Block and Sir Sayyed Block were constructed in the Isa town campus, between 1994-95. Under the able leadership of the sitting Board of Management, Pakistan school has covered many distinctive landmarks over the last three years in academic and administrative areas.

Pakistan School’s Federal Board results have shown consistent and impressive improvements over the last four years and this year Board exam results of  SSC I and II declared in the first and second week’s of July 2018, are no exception. An internal educational quality assurance system has been introduced to ensure dynamic and resourceful classroom teaching, in line with BQA (Bahrain Quality Assurance Authority) requirements.