Azimpur Girls' High School

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Azimpur Girls' High School
Azimpur, Dhaka
Established 1957

Azimpur Girls High School (Bengali: আজিমপুর উচ্চ বালিকা বিদ্যালয়) is a secondary and higher secondary school in Azimpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1] It was established in 1957 by the Welfare Association of Government Employees. In 1999 the school had an enrollment of some 2,700 students and a faculty of 82.

The institution is known for its cultural activities. It hosts educational events like Bangladesh Mathematics Olympiad and Bhasha Protijog. The school celebrated its Golden Jubilee and reunion in 2007.[2]

The school started its classes in 1957. The first Head Master was Kazi Ambor Ali. In 1995, Azimpur Girls’ College was established on the school campus. Both school and college united into a single institution in 1999.

It has nearly 2,800 students and 71 teachers in total. The Principal is Hosne Ara Begum. Property of the institution includes a building, a large playground and a residence for the principal.[2]

Notable alumnus[edit]


  1. ^ Begum, Hosne Ara. "Azimpur Girls School and College". Banglapedia. Retrieved 10 August 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Jekhane Boshechilo Protijog:Azimpur Girls School And College". Prothom Alo (in Bangla). 6 April 2007. 
  3. ^ Sheikh Hasina in Banglapedia

Coordinates: 23°43′30″N 90°23′13″E / 23.725°N 90.387°E / 23.725; 90.387