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A-560, Sector 11-A, North Karachi, Karachi
|Type||Independent, Selective, Coeducational, O-level (Cambridge)|
|Principal||Mrs. Rubina Mahmood|
|Age||4 to 19|
|Colour(s)||Green and Purple|
|Former Pupils||Old Austreians|
Austrey School is an O-level-oriented primary and secondary school in North Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan and is wholly owned by Ermine, a British educational management organisation. The current Principal is Mrs. Rubina Mahmood. It was founded in 2000 as Campus I of Ghazi Public School. It is now named after the village of Austrey, Warwickshire, England. The school occupies an extensively modified large former house in a residential area. English is the medium of instruction in all subjects except Urdu and Sindhi. In the tradition of Maria Montessori’s educational philosophy, Austrey School encourages creative play.
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