The City School (Pakistan)

The City School

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Pakistan, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Oman
Type Private
Established 1978
Group Chairperson Dr. Farzana Firoz
Faculty 8 000+
Enrollment 126 000+
Average class size Kindergarten - A Levels
Campus 190+
Color(s) Maroon      , Blue     , Yellow     , White     , Grey     
Athletics Citizens
Mascot Calvins
Affiliation Government
Website Official Website

The City School's (abbreviated as TCS) is an independent Pakistani for-profit education company which operates 192 English medium primary and secondary 185 schools in 52 cities across Pakistan along with joint venture projects in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Malaysia and Bangladesh.[1] It is Pakistan's second-largest private education firm, with a total of 126 000 students enrolled as of 2016,[2] with average tuition fees of about $200 a month.[3]

Its primary school is based on curriculum derived from the UK's National Curriculum, while its secondary school education is divided between the local Pakistani curriculum and the Cambridge regulated international GCE programs.[4] Founded in Karachi in 1978, the school's head office is based in Lahore with regional offices in Karachi and Islamabad.[5] In collaboration with various other national institutions it also runs the The City APIIT.

Campuses or branches

The City School, PAF Chapter main campus, 25 August 2009

Southern Region


PAF Chapter ....
Gulshan Network
North Nazimabad Network





  1. The City School. Retrieved 26 April 2015. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. "About The City School Pakistan Established in Karachi,Pakistan in 1978". Retrieved 2016-09-17.
  3. FaseehMangi, Chris Kay christopherkay Faseeh Mangi. "Pakistan City Schools Eyes First Education IPO Amid MSCI Review". Retrieved 2016-05-28.
  4. (2016-05-28). "City Schools planning country's first education IPO". Retrieved 2016-05-28.
  5. The City School Overview
  6. The City School Class levels
  7. "The City School Pakistan Campuses - The City School Pakistan". Retrieved 2016-09-17.
  8. "The City School Pakistan Campuses - The City School Pakistan". Retrieved 2016-09-17.

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