Pakistan International Public School and College

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Pakistan International Public School & College, usually abbreviated to PIPS, is a private school situated in Abbottabad, a military town in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

History[edit]

The school was founded in 1983 by Brig. (Rtd) Ijaz Akbar and Muhammad Arshad Adil, Brig. (R) until then had served as the principal of the boys section at Army Burn Hall School, also in Abbottabad. Akbar had previously also been a principal at Military College Jhelum.

Location[edit]

The Boys' College is situated on a small hill near the Mandian area of Abbottabad; and Girls' College and the Junior School are located inside Jinnahabad.

The Haripur branch is situated on the railway road, alongside "eid gah", Haripur.

Branches[edit]

The college has a few other branches in Pakistan, and notable among them are located cities of Abbottabad, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Haripur, Sargodha, Sheikhupura Islamabad. The college claims to be one of the largest private boarding schools in Pakistan.[citation needed]