Matuail Adarsha High School
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Matuail Adarsha High School is an academic institution in Jatrabari Thana of Dhaka, Bangladesh. It was established in 1985. It is a kindergarten and a higher secondary school. The school has a scouting club and a reading society.
It is located in Matuail, near Mridhabari bus stand, on the outskirts of the capital city. The Dhaka–Chittagong and Dhaka-Sylhet highways run through it. The Government Primary High School (no-2) and Matuail Sub post office are situated beside it.
It has a two-storied administration building, a six-storied and a two-storied academic building. In 2011 the school opened up a new playground for the students. A new six-storied admin-cum-academic building was completed in 2014. As the school has almost 1,500+ students spanned from playgroup to class X, there are three shifts each day to accommodate the students in the classrooms.
The school runs programs from primary to secondary level:
- Primary Level: (from play group to level 5)
- Lower Secondary Level: (from level 6 to level 8)
- Secondary Level: (from level 9 to level 10) Every Thursday afternoon and Friday morning learners come to learn music, traditional folk song, classical Bengali song. Bulbul Academy for Fine Arts (BAFA) runs a program in the school to protect the local culture.
The school runs through an administration committee and a group of 51 teachers. The chairman of Matuail Union Parishad (UP) Alhaj Nasir Uddin Mia is a founding member of the school.
Headmaster- Mr. Lutfur Rahman Mollah. (2005–present)
- "List of Secondary Schools" (XLS). Ministry of Education. Retrieved 5 January 2017.
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