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Govt. Muslim High School

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Government Muslim High School
File:Govt Muslim High School Logo.jpg
Court Road, Chittagong

TypeSecondary high school
HeadmasterS.M Ziaul Haider Henry
Campus size3.72 Acres

Government Muslim High School (Bengali: গভ. মুসলিম হাই স্কুল, চট্টগ্রাম) is a government secondary school in the court hill area of Kotwali Thana, Chittagong, Bangladesh.[1] The school's enrollment is currently 2,500 students.


Chittagong Government Madrasah's Anglo-Persian Department was split off to form the school in 1909. Originally it operated out of part of the local Registration Office building.[2] The school opened at first with madrasah and Bengali departments. The first headmaster, from 1910 to 1915, was Khan Shaheb Wahaidun Nabi.[citation needed] It moved to a permanent site in 1916, and was renamed Chittagong Government Muslim High School.[2] In 1953, the Urdu department was also established. In 1970 the school expanded into a new building. There was also a small mosque, which was subsequently enlarged. In 2005 the government established another two buildings, a science lab building and an administration building.[citation needed]


Students participating in a Wikipedia education program organised by Wikimedia Bangladesh in 2015

The school also has a hostel a headmaster's cottage. In front of the school building, there is a large playground. The school has a library which contains more than 2000 books.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Ayub Bachchu, Bengali musician
  • A J M Nasir Uddin, Mayor of Chittagong
  • Piplu Khan, (b. ?) Bangladeshi filmmaker.
  • Sarwar Jahan Nizam, former Navy chief Vice Admiral
  • Hasan Mahmud, Bangladesh Minister of Information


In 1953 the school's team became the football champion in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan). In 1996 the school became the hockey champion in Bangladesh.[citation needed]


  1. "'Chittagong Collegiate School made me what I am today'". The Daily Star. 25 December 2011. Retrieved 19 March 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Rizvi, S. N. H., ed. (1970). East Pakistan District Gazetteers: Chittagong (PDF). Government of East Pakistan. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2016-12-20. Retrieved 2017-01-27. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help) Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

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