List of schools in Afghanistan

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this mist of schools located in the Asian country of Afghanistan includes the country's primary and secondary schools. Afghanistan's tertiary schools are listed on a separate sub-list at List of universities in Afghanistan.

The list is organised alphabetically by Afghan province and within a province, alphabetically by school name.

According to the Afghan Ministry of Education, there are 16,000 schools across Afghanistan. In May 2013, Afghan Education Minister Ghulam Farooq Wardak stated that another 8,000 schools are required to be constructed for the remaining three million children who are deprived of education.[1]

Badakhshan Province[edit]

  • Ahli Mughulha High School (Central Asia Institute supported)[2]
  • Alkhee Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Baba Tangi High School (Karat) (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Baba Tangi Vocational Center (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Baharak High School (Sari Puli/Yardar) (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Banat ul Muslimin Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Bazghir Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Bozoi Gumbad Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Chapchi Yardar Girls' Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Chilkant High School (Potokh) (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Dashtak-e-Yardar School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • De Ghulaman High School (You're) (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Dhan Dustikhan High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Furghamung High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Goz Khan Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Hamidi Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Ishkashim Girls' Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Jamia-Tagab (e-Munjan) Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Kali-Panj Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Khandud Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Kharmani Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Kharundab-e-Jurm High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Khunkot High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Khushpak High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Kipkut High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Mahmodan High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Mazar Girls' High School/Abdul Jabbar School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Namazgha Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Nawi Jurm Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Payan Shahr Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Pigish High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Pikui Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Qurashe High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Rubat High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Sakha High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Sarhad "Sitara" Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Shakiran Girls' High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Sheshp Girls' High School (Rachon) (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Shkhwar High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Sufion Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Sust High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Tergaran High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Wajand Girls' Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Wark High School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Zebak Girls' Middle School, Thezab (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Weyar Boys' High School, Shughnan
  • Weayr Girls' High School, Shughnan
  • Girls' Central High School, Shughnan
  • Rahmat High School, Shughnan
  • Dehshar Boys' High School, Shughnan
  • Dehshar Girls' High School, Shughnan
  • Ishkshim Boys' High School, Ishkashim
  • Ishkashim Girls' High School, Ishkashim
  • Bazgeer High School, Ishkashim
  • Sarcheshma High School, Shughnan
  • Shedoj High School, Shughnan

Balkh Province[edit]

Aliabad School in Balkh Province
  • Afghan-Turk High School in Mazar-e-Sharif (private)
  • Aliabad School
  • Amani High School
  • Istiqlal High School
  • Bakhtar High School (boys)
  • Soltan Razia High School (girls)
  • Amir Khesraw Balkhi Secondary School (co-educational)
  • Gawhar Khaton High School (girls)
  • Ghazi Amanullah High School (boys and girls)
  • Wazir Akbar Khan Secondary School (boys)
  • Soltan Gheyasudin High School (boys)
  • Ferdawsi High School
  • Tajrobawi High School (girls)
  • Daqiqi Balkhi High school (boys)
  • setara High School (girls)
  • Qazi hamiduddin High School (boys)

Ghazni Province[edit]

Jahan Malika School in Ghazni

Herat Province[edit]

A school in Herat Province

Jowzjan Province[edit]

Kabul Province[edit]

Further information: List of schools in Kabul
Inside a classroom of Sir Asyab Girls' High School in Kabul

Kandahar Province[3][edit]

U.S. soldier providing security outside the Zarghona Ana High School in Kandahar

Kapisa Province[edit]

Construction of Masab High School in Kapisa Province (2009)
  • Masab High School (co-educational)
  • Murad Khawja Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)

Kunar Province[edit]

  • Batyash Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Saw Village Girls' Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Suna Gal Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)

Logar Province[edit]

  • Gumran Girls' Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Rahmaabad Girls' Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Saadi Shahed high school

Nangarhar Province[4][edit]

Nangarhar Provincial Reconstruction Team members cross a foot bridge over a canal to conduct a quality control check at the Amerkhil High School.

Panjshir Province[edit]

  • Dowab Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Pushgar Girls' Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)

Parwan Province[edit]

  • Musakhil Girls' Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Raheshet Primary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Nasiry High School (boys and girls)

Samangan Province[edit]

  • Afghan-Turk High School (private)
  • Aibak High School
  • Aynacha High School
  • Ajani Malika High School (girls)
  • Experimental High School of Samangan (Lycee Tajrubawi Aibak)

Takhar Province[edit]

  • Shah Ahmad Masood Schools (3) (previously Central Asia Institute supported)

Wardak Province[edit]

  • Awalbaba Famila Girls' Higher Secondary School (Central Asia Institute supported)
  • Nasarabad Girls' Middle School (Central Asia Institute supported)

Onkhie High school

Zabul Province[edit]

Bibi Khala School in Qalat, Zabul Province

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wardak seeks $3b in aid for school buildings". Pajhwok Afghan News. 18 May 2013. Retrieved 19 May 2013. 
  2. ^ "CAI Master Project List". Central Asia Institute. Retrieved 6 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Kandahar City Map" (PDF). AIMS. 
  4. ^ UNICEF. "School Data for Nangarhar" (PDF). 

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