I offer my sincerest felicitation to all those who assisted in bringing the Lahore Grammar College project to fruition. This would not have been possible without  a common and joint effort on the part of an inspired faculty and administration.
I am confident that in the years to come, we will witness both academic and administrative excellence grow at an increasingly fast pace and that the College will play a transformative role in the lives of young Pakistani women.

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In 1979, Lahore Grammar School opened its door to a handful of students with 55 Main established as its first branch. We�ve come a long way since then! From the very beginning, however, the philosophy of the school has been to combine collaborative learning, critical and logical thinking skills and a diverse co-curricular program to help create a more balanced, well-rounded individual, with interests and ideas, a questioning mind and a genuine love for learning.Today, Lahore Grammar School provides education to both boys and girls till A� Level. It has extended its network to cater to the needs of the middle income group in its Landmark Schools. LGS has branches in Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Faisalabad and Gujrat. It offers quality education to the low-income group through the Lahore Education Society School, entirely supported and funded by LGS.

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Rules and Regulations

  • A minimum of three subjects is required for a student to appear as a regular Lahore Grammar School Defence 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 ten students is required for a particular subject to be offered.
  • 90% attendance is necessary for a student to sit for 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 Defence 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 0750 – 1545 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 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 will result in the student being made a private candidate for the Cambridge Examinations.

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  • Students who remain on campus after school hours for extra-curricular activities will be 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 XI 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 or black shalwar kameez and dupatta. A Level Council members have to follow this dress code and must wear their sashes and badges 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.

LGS International

LGSi is currently a candidate IB School and offers all 3 IB programmes, the PYP, MYP and DP.  Our mission is to develop leaders of the 21st century, who are global citizens with an international mindset, who respect diversity and believe in universal human values; while honoring our deeply rooted heritage, values and language.

In pursuit of this mission, the school believes in a balanced developmental approach towards each child which is spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional and physical. It is the school’s firm belief that today’s children are tomorrow’s leaders, and we aim to produce leaders who are honest and dedicated, who care not only about themselves, but also about the world around them.

We hope that you and your child(ren) have a pleasant journey at LGSi.