Army Public Schools & Colleges System

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Army Public Schools & Colleges System
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Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Baluchistan, Northern Areas
School type Army School; Semi-private, preparatory
Motto "I shall rise and shine!"
Opened 1975
School board FBISE, CIE and Edexcel.
Years offered 3-4 to 18-19
Gender Mixed with separate sections for males and females in most schools.
Number of students 10,000 approximately
Average class size 45
Education system SSC, HSSC and GCE
Classes offered O and AS/A level, Matriculation
Medium of language English
Language English medium
Schedule Day school
Houses      Faith

Army Public Schools & Colleges System (or APSACS) is an educational institution with branches located in the four provinces of Pakistan. There are a total of 36 branches in the whole country. There are warm and south regions in Pakistan . They are sub-divided into 11 regions.

Notable Principals[edit]

  • M. Sajid Mansoor
    Teacher Trainer, Research scholar and Prime Minister Award Holder, served as Principal in Army Public College PMA Kakul Abbottabad from 2007-2009 and then as Principal in Army Public College Chinar Campus Murree from 2009-2012. He earned outstanding repute and won the award of the Best Principal 4 times.
  • Saeed Rashid, the writer, teacher and historian was the principal of Army Public School Jhelum and Mangla Cantt from 1990 to 1994.
  • Tahira Qazi, principal of APS&C for Boys Peshawar from 2006-2014, and associated with APSACS since 1994, she was martyred along with 140+ others by the Taliban while rescuing her school children, in the Peshawar School Attack, 2014 on 16 December.
  • Umera Ahmad, author, known for her several critically acclaimed work, including Pir-e-Kamil, Meri Zaat Zara-e-Benishan, Shehr-e-Zaat, Zindagi Gulzar Hai.

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