St Paul's English High School

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St Paul's High School
Ad Destinatum Persequor (Latin)
Iqbal shaheed road
Type Private primary/high school
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1941 (73 years)
Founder Mr.Gabriel Indrias
LEA Catholic Board of Education
Karachi Board of Education
Administration Catholic Board of Education
Principal Mr Leonard Dias
Other(s) Mr.Benedict Vaz (Cambridge Incharge)
Gender Boys and Girls
Age 4 to 17
Houses 4
Colour(s) 4 houses
‹See Tfm›     Red
‹See Tfm›     green
‹See Tfm›     yellow
‹See Tfm›     blue

St Paul's English High School is a private boys and girls' high school in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, operated by the Roman Catholic Church. As of 2014 Mr. Leonard Dias is the principal and [1] in charge of discipline. Mr. Leonard Dias is the principal of both morning and Afternoon Campus. The two Campus have a medium of Kindergarten primary section secondary section providing Sindh Board and a Cambridge Section Provided with O-Levels.A laboratory Computer lab & a library. A mini zoo, a large play ground with a cricket pitch and a basketball court, the school is from 1941 before the independence Pakistan. It first started in the rooms of St. Patrick Cathedral (Karachi, Pakistan) then it shifted to opposite of PNS Dilawar, on a graveyard

St Paul's English School(B) shares the campus with St Paul's English High School.

The Schools Wing

Notable alumni[edit]