|Al Murtaza School|
160/G BLOCK 3 PECHS KARACHI
|Age||3 to 15|
|Student to teacher ratio||12 pre-primary/junior branches|
15 senior branches
|Language||Urdu and English|
|Affiliation||Aga khan university and examination board|
Al-Murtaza School (Urdu: المرتضی جمات) is a school in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.
Al-Murtaza School was established in 1982 in a rented building with 50 students. Today, it has grown to encompass a pre-primary, a junior branch, a senior boys branch and a senior girls branch comprising about 2500 students. Al-Murtaza School is affiliated to Aga Khan University and Examination Board.
The schools are built on UNESCO specifications for educational institutions, with classrooms, libraries, science laboratories, even smart classes with interactive videos for better clarification of concepts and an auditorium with a capacity of 350 persons. Computer Laboratories exist in all four branches with Internet facilities.
The school provides medical facilities to all students. A sickroom has been established to meet any emergency and administer first aid to the students. Medical doctor and a trained assistant are present during school hours. An annual checkup system has been introduced.
School has maintained its security by allotting guards to watch each and every person passing through Al-Murtaza School in all branches
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