Habib Public School

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Habib Public School
Funding type Private school
Established 1959
Status Open
Principal Mrs. Nargis Alvi
Grades 1–13
Age range 4-17
Language English-medium
Color(s) Blue     , Red     , Green      and Yellow     
Nickname HPS
Qualifications General Certificate of Education
Boards University of Cambridge International Examinations, Aga Khan University

Habib Public School is a school based in Karachi. [1][2][3][4][5][6] It is situated in Sultanabad, M.T Khan road, Karachi, Pakistan.


Every year test for admission take place for class 1 and other classes as per the seats available. Thousands of students take the admission test in which few are selected as successful candidates for admission.


The School started on 7 July 1959 (11th Zilqad) with four blocks of buildings, named, Ahmed House, Ghulam Ali House, Dawood House, and Sharif House. The first administrator of the School was the late Mr. Yousuf Qasim. School started with only 41 students and now approximately has 2000 students.

Notable alumni[edit]


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  5. ^ "Habib Public School Convocation – 2015 - Pakistan State Times". Pstimes.com. Retrieved January 2, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Convocation: Habib Public School celebrates 180 top students - The Express Tribune". Tribune.com. Retrieved January 2, 2017.