Beaconhouse School System (Pakistan)
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|Beaconhouse School System|
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|Funding type||Private school|
|Color(s)||Blue and Yellow|
|Qualifications||[[General Certificate of Education|GCE]|
|Boards||[University of Cambridge International Examinations|CIE]|
Beaconhouse School System (BSS) in Pakistan is the Pakistan-based branch of an international company with the same name. It is a group of private fee-paying academic institutions located throughout 30 cities in Pakistan. BSS provides preschool education, primary education, secondary education and preparation for the international General Certificate of Education (GCE) and local Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations.
- Ali Zafar, Pakistani actor, model and singer. 
- Salman Butt, a Pakistani cricketer, graduated from Beaconhouse Garden Town, Lahore
- Hassan Sheheryar Yasin, Pakistani fashion 
- Ayesha Omer, Pakistani actress, model and singer .
- Sana Askari, a TV personality and model graduated from Beaconhouse Gulshan Campus, Karachi
- Ibrahim Shahid, earned a record 23 out of 24 A's in his O Level examination from Beaconhouse Margalla Campus Islamabad
- Nadia Hussain, one of Pakistan's supermodels, was a student at Beaconhouse Defence Campus, Karachi.
- Mir Zafar Ali,a graduate of Beaconhouse Cambridge Branch, Karachi is a visual effects specialist. Ali was the Technical Director of the team that won an Oscar for best visual effects in 2007 for the movie The Golden Compass.
- Kamran Akmal, a Pakistani cricketer, graduated from Beaconhouse Garden Town, Lahore
- Waleed Naqi Khan, a prominent Pakistan Banker in London, graduated from Beaconhouse Model Town and then Garden Town, Lahore
- Syed Zohaib Asad, a Beaconhouse student from Wah Cantonment, earned 28 A's in his O Level examination
- Naseer Ahmad, who is a graduate of Beaconhouse Johar Town campus, was awarded the first position in Pakistan in NASA Cassini "Scientist For a Day" essay contest and was among the 48 winners of the competition worldwide in 2011.
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- "Taxila boy sets world record, 28 A's". Tribune.com.pk. August 29, 2011. Retrieved 15 March 2013.