Al-Imtiaz Academy

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Al-Imtiaz Academy is a school in Abbottabad, Pakistan. It consists of three branches, a girls' high school and college, a boys' high school and an elementary school.

The academy was founded by Imtiaz Nawaz (a grandmother-in-law of Canadian singer Dawud Wharnsby) in 1986, and now has about 1000 students.[1]


  1. ^ Yettick, Holly (2002-02-11). "Locals fund real dream: a Pakistani schoolhouse". Rocky Mountain News. Retrieved 2008-01-31. 

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