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Aga Khan School Dhaka celebrates 30 years of education

Tuesday, 2018, November 20
The Aga Khan School in Dhaka has celebrated ‘30 Years of Excellence’ in education bringing together its current and former stude
Senior correspondent

The Aga Khan School Dhaka was established in 1988 with only 25 students and seven teachers, and was headed by a principal.

Today the student body has grown to over 1,200 students with 200 teachers and staff, the Aga Khan Education Service in Bangladesh said on Monday.

“The rich school life is balanced by the equally strong commitment to academic pursuits, built on a rigorous curriculum that challenges students to engage in new learning opportunities, from the IB-Primary Years Program in the Junior section to the CIE and IBDP curricula in the Senior section.”

The school is also part of an international network of over 200 schools in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Kenya, the Kyrgyz Republic, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uganda, and the EAU.

The 30 Years Celebration of Excellence in Education event on Saturday was organised at the Secondary School Building in Uttara by the school as well as the Aga Khan School Dhaka Alumni Association (AKSDAA).

Alumni and students were brought together for the first time to interact and learn about success stories after graduation. They participated in a networking session as well as in a soccer tournament.

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