Punjab International Public High School

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Punjab International Public High School
پنجاب انٹرنیشنل پبلك ہائی سکول
Punjab International Public High School logo
Punjab International Public High School
Location
Aminpur road
Bhawana, Punjab, 35350
Pakistan
Coordinates 31°33′44″N 72°39′05″E / 31.56236°N 72.65144°E / 31.56236; 72.65144Coordinates: 31°33′44″N 72°39′05″E / 31.56236°N 72.65144°E / 31.56236; 72.65144
Information
School type public school
Religious affiliation(s) Islam
Established 1994
Founder Shahnaz Manzoor
Status Open
School board BISE FSD
Principal Shahnaz Manzoor
Staff 3
Faculty 30
Age 4 to 18
Number of students 1,100 (as of 2010)
Classes 12
Average class size 45
Student to teacher ratio 45:1
Education system Cadet school system
Classes offered Nursery to Matric
Medium of language English
Hours in school day 6 to 9 (9 for Matric)
Classrooms 28
Campus PIPS Bhawana
Area 632.25 square metres (0.15623 acres)
Campus type Urban
Colour(s)

Sky blue, black, navy blue and grey

                   
Nickname PIPS
USNWR ranking 1
School fees Rs.250-750

Punjab International Public High School or PIPS (Urdu: پنجاب انٹرنیشنل پبلك ہائی سکول‎), is a public school based in Bhawana, Pakistan. It was established in 1994 by Miss Shahnaz Manzoor.

Location[edit]

PIPS is located on Aminpur road in Bhawana, one km away from Jhang-Chiniot road.[1]

Religious study[edit]

Islamic studies are taught. A madrassah is available in PIPS, where students learn the Qur'an by heart; there is also a masjid for prayers.

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