Mirpur Government High School

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Mirpur Government High School
মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়
Mirpur-1, Dhaka-1216

Coordinates23°47′58″N 90°21′08″E / 23.7994°N 90.3522°E / 23.7994; 90.3522Coordinates: 23°47′58″N 90°21′08″E / 23.7994°N 90.3522°E / 23.7994; 90.3522
Established1963 (1963)
HeadmasterMohammad Nayem Khan
GradesClass 1 to 10
Number of students2000
Campus size115 Acres

Mirpur Government High School (Bengali: মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয়) is a secondary school in Mirpur Model Thana, Dhaka, Bangladesh.[1]


The school was established as the Bengali Medium School (বেঙ্গলী মিডিয়াম স্কুল) during the East Pakistan era in 1963. Bengali Medium School was involved in the Bengali Language Movement, a key forerunner to the Bangladesh Liberation War.

The school came under government control under the Ershad regime, and was given its present name.


Mirpur Government High School is the only government high school in the greater Mirpur area. The school operates a double shift, with girls attending in the morning (7:00 AM to 12:00 noon) and boys in the afternoon (12:30 noon to 5:15 PM).


Mirpur Government High School stands on a 115-acre (47 ha) campus. It consists of one two-storey building constructed in 1963, a newer five-storey building, and a separate building housing a common room.


There are three groups in this school. Namely- Science & Commerce.

Admissions and fees[edit]

In order to be admitted into this school one has to sit for examination. Since it is a government school, it follows all criteria given from the Board of Dhaka.[2]


  1. ^ "Mirapura sarakāri ucca bidyālaẏa" মিরপুর সরকারি উচ্চ বিদ্যালয় [Mirpur Government High School]. Mirpur Government High School (in Bengali).
  2. ^ Mirpur Govt. High School