Crescent Model Higher Secondary School
|Crescent Model Higher Secondary School|
|Shadman Colony, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
|School type||English Medium|
|Principal||Muhammad Abdul Shakoor|
|Average class size||40|
|Hours in school day||5|
|Houses||8 (leading AMIN House)|
|Slogan||Unity - Faith - Discipline|
|Sports||Cricket, football, hockey, swimming, badminton, basketball, athletics, volleyball, gymnastics.|
Crescent Model Higher Secondary School is an educational institution in Lahore, Pakistan from junior to higher secondary level. The school is run by a private trust. It also offers 'O' and 'A' level programs. It has a main campus for boys and a separate campus for girls, both located in Shadman Colony.
Crescent Model School is in the heart of Lahore, one of the biggest metropolitan cities of Pakistan. The school offers many indoor and outdoor extracurricular activities. The school has two separate branches for boys and girls. The total number of students in both branches is about 4,600, of whom 1,500 are girls. The institution provides the students with sports fields, libraries and swimming pool.Crescent has only one branch.
Established in 1968, the school follows the Lahore Board curriculum but also runs classes for pupils who are interested in taking O-level and A-level examinations.English , Urdu , Maths , Physics , Chemistry , Biology , Islamiat , Pak.Studies and Add. Maths are the subjects are the provided for O-level. Although the medium of instruction is English, Islamic Studies is taught in Urdu. Students read Urdu as their first language and English as their second language. The school conducts debate and poetry competitions in both English and Urdu.
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The students are amitted from early March to late April.Only those students are admitted who qualify the school admission test.
Mrs. Jahan Ara Khan, who was the headmistress since the very beginning, died on 21 December 2010. After her death, Mrs. Wahid, also the vice principal of Crescent Girls College, was appointed as the school headmistress.