The Sterling Foundation School
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The Sterling Foundation School, established in 1997, is a non-profit school in Lahore, Pakistan. A high quality institution with one of the best primary programmes in the country. The school provides O'Level and A' Level facilities and was conceived in response to an acute shortage of high quality educational institutions in Pakistan.
The school is a center for Edexcel, UK and an international center for CIE (University of Cambridge International Examinations). It is recognized by the British Council, Pakistan.
The school campus is large, green and well planned. The students can walk around the hundreds of trees ranging from the molsory to ficus to guava, banana, orange and date palms. There is an extensive range of plants and a small nursery to teach the students about horticulture.
The main building is a combination of the Mughal and traditional Pakistani-Indian style of architecture with its protruding balconies (Jharokas) and brick finish designs. It incorporates all the modern amenities, airconditioning, science labs, etc. with a distinctive ethnic feel.
There are two large South-East Asian style wooden huts that serve as a small gymnasium. There are aircraft and UFO models on campus in addition to the Beetle for the younger students.
The school is well known for its innovative approach to learning. For instance, its library is housed in a locomotive! Students are required to read at least one book before they are given the privilege of having fun in the locomotive. This has developed a most successful library programme.
The school has staged adaptations of Robin Hood, Wizard of Oz and Alice in Wonderland in recent years. The school's Dramatics Club is student run and focuses on staging productions in English.
The school provides a lot of co-curricular activities. Some of them include swimming, horse riding, dramatics, debating, cricket, soccer Applied Arts, Karate, and painting.
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