Avicenna School

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For Avicenna's philosophy, see Avicennism.
Avicenna School
C-119/C-118 Block 2

Type Co-education
Established As CAMS 1994, later Avicenna School in 1996
Principal Mrs. Maliha Siddiqui
Grades A Level/O Level/Junior & Montessori System
Affiliation CAMS

The Avicenna School, is a co-education school in Karachi, Pakistan. Its main campus is in Clifton, Karachi. It is named after the famous Muslim polymath Avicenna (Ibn Sina). The Avicenna School, was founded in June 1996, and sponsored by the College of Accounting and Management Sciences (CAMS).[1] It is a co-educational institution, founded with the aim to abolish private tuitions for Advanced Level (A-level) as they were expensive. In 2000, Ordinary Level (O-level) was introduced, and later junior classes were started as well. The school is popularly known for its A level programme.

The school has beaten many schools and has a very big name all over the country and has offered for free admission fees. Avicenna has four branches in Karachi. Two branches in Clifton and two in Tipu Sultan Road. Avicenna has won many awards from different organizations and government. It has beaten schools like Hampton School,Oases school and many other schools in Karachi including the schools which have big names. According to a survey, in every class every 28 out of 30 students got the percentage above 90. The school gives not only education, as well as extra-curricular activities, field trips to dream world,and, participated in many different sports championships.

Probably, it is the best private school in Karachi.



  1. ^ Pakistan & Gulf Economist. S. Akhtar Ali. September 2000. Retrieved 25 October 2012. 

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Coordinates: 32°55′16″N 72°24′00″E / 32.9211°N 72.4000°E / 32.9211; 72.4000