List of Schools in Karachi - Government Schools

Government Schools

  • American Day Care Secondary School
  • Blooms Land Government Boys Primary School, Nazimabad No. 2, Liaquatabad Town
  • Delhi Government Extension Model Primary School, Block-1, F.B. Area
  • Girls Boys Secondary School, North Karachi
  • Government Boys Primary School, F. B. Area, Liaquatabad Town
  • Government Boys Primary School, Pakistan Quarter,Nashtar Road, Jamsheed Town
  • Government Boys Primary School, F. C. Area, Liaquatabad Town
  • Government Boys Primary School, North Karachi
  • Government Boys Primary School Peoples Programme, F. C. Area, Liaquatabad Town
  • Government Boys Secondary School, Airport
  • Government Boys Secondary School, Lasipara, Baldia Town
  • Government Boys Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Government Boys Secondary School, New Karachi
  • Government Boys Secondary School, Jail Road
  • Government Boys Secondary School, Sir Syed Town, North Karachi
  • Government Delhi Boys Primary School (Morning), Karimabad, F.B. Area
  • Government Delhi Boys Secondary School, Karimabad, F.B. Area
  • Government Delhi Girls Secondary School, Karimabad, F.B. Area
  • Government Girls Pilot Higher Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Government Karachi Boys Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Greenland Government Boys Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Hanifa Bai Hajiani Government Girls Secondary School, Garikhata, Saddar Town
  • Happy Dale Government Boys Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Karachi Academy Government Boys Secondary School, Azizabad, F.B. Area
  • Little Angels Government Boys Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Methodist Government Boys Secondary School, Godhra Colony, New Karachi
  • Mir Ayub Khan Government Girls Secondary School
  • Narayan Jagannath High School
  • New Happy Garden Government Primary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • New Method Government Boys Secondary School, F.B. Area
  • Pakland Government Secondary School, Joharabad, F.B. Area
  • PakTurk International Schools and Colleges, Gulshan-e Iqbal Town (Girls Branch)
  • S.M. Public Government Boys & Girls Secondary School, Nazimabad, Liaquatabad Town
  • Standard Government Boys Secondary School, Lal School, New Karachi
  • Technical Age Government Boys Secondary School, Azizabad No. 2, F.B. Area
  • Y.M.C.A. Secondary School, Saadar Town
  • Zain Love Public School, Orangi Town
  • News Scholar Academy School (Malir Saudabad Karachi)
  • New Erum Secondary School, shadman # 2 c-50 sector 14-A Karachi.
  • Government Boys Primary School Firdous, Hyder Challi, U.C. 05, S.I.T.E., Town, Karachi.
  • Madarsa-Tur-Rehman Secondary School (Pakisatan Chowk).
  • madina tul uloom primary& secondary school panjab colony clifton kar
  • Ali public high school gulshan faisal bathisland kar
  • Alice Public School (Malir Town UC No. 3 Karachi) under Control by J.M Educational Society (Regd)

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