|Chakwal, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Motto||"Dare to Know"|
|Established||April 19, 1999|
|Principal||Ms. Naureen Bahadur|
Myer's College is a university-preparatory school located at Chakwal, Punjab, in Pakistan. The college is affiliated with Cambridge International Examinations(PK 035:Myer's College) and offers Cambridge O-Level and A-level qualifications.
Myer's College is patterned after English public schools and owns over 100 acres (0.40 km2) of land at Balkassar-Motorway Interchange near Chakwal. Classes are held at Kot Sarfraz Khan campus close to the Central Chakwal city.
Myer's College was established on April 19, 1999, when classes were started in the colonial style historic bunglow built by the lateRaja Muhammed Sarfraz Khan, a philanthropist and politician. It was founded by his grandson, Raja Yassir H. Sarfraz, and was named after a Rajput prince, Raja Mair, the first settler in this area and ancestor of the Mair-Minhas tribe, an offshoot of the Jamwal Dogra Rajputs.
The opening ceremony of the college was held on 18 November 2000 and Amir of Bahawalpur, His Royal Highness Nawab Salahudin Abbasi was the chief guest.
Myer's College is divided into five schools:
- Pre-School (Montessori-Prep)
- Junior School (Grade 1-4)
- Preparatory School (Grade 5-7)
- Senior School (Grade 8-11)
- College (Grade 12-13)
Each school's students are divided among houses. The houses promote inter-house competitions and mentorship opportunities. The five houses are:
- Khan Sarfraz
- General Akbar
- Ch. Chaku
- Raja Aurangzeb
- Rashid Minhas
The Senior school offers School Certificate/O-level in affiliation with Cambridge International Examinations and the college offers Higher School Certificate/A-level (for grades 12-13). Myer's College is affiliated with Aga Khan Examination board and its college section offers Intermediate Level pre-medical classes.
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