Bagerhat Government High School

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Bagerhat Govt. Secondary School
বাগেরহাট সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়
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Old Rupsa Bagerhat Rd, Bagerhat, Bangladesh
Coordinates 22°39′40″N 89°47′38″E / 22.6610°N 89.7939°E / 22.6610; 89.7939Coordinates: 22°39′40″N 89°47′38″E / 22.6610°N 89.7939°E / 22.6610; 89.7939
School type High school State school
Motto Education is the backbone of nation
Established 1947 (1947)
School district Bagerhat
School number 114761
School code 4250
Headmaster Akram Hossain
Grades 3 to 10
Gender Male
Age range Eight to Sixteen
Enrollment Approximately 2,000
Language Bangla
Campus type urban

Bagerhat Government High School is a government secondary school located in the heart of Bagerhat town in Bagerhat Sadar Upazila, Bangladesh. It was established as Nurul Amin School in 1947 by getting help from the British Government. In 1967, the school became a government high school. After the liberation war, the previous name was removed and it holds its current name as Bagerhat Government Secondary School. This school has two shifts and enrollment of approximately 2,000 students.