The City School Iqbal Town Campus - Lahore

Branch Campus

Admission 2014 - 2015

Status:Private In the physical jurisdiction of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education dealing Lahore schools and colleges
Gender:Co-Education at junior levelMedium:English
Address:143 Rachna Block, Allama Iqbal Town - Lahore
Telephone:+92 (42) 35773069-77For Updated Information: www.thecityschools.edu.pk
City:LahoreProvince:Punjab (Pakistan)
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Classes and Admissions 2014 - 2015

The City School Iqbal Town Campus is a Private school in Lahore which offers classes for multiple subjects. TCS is a(n) English Medium School working for educational development of the area.
The classes in this campus of The City School Iqbal Town Campus are Gender Neutral (Co-Education) at junior level..
Admissions 2014 and 2015 are expected to be based on the following schedule.

Changes are expected in classes by schools. For updated information, visit the school physically or visit their website.
ClassAvailable For AdmissionAdmission Open
Junior Classes like Play Group, Nursery, and PrepYesJanuary to March
Grade 1 to Grade 5 (Primary)YesFebruary to April
Grade 6 to Grade 8 (Middle)NoMarch to April
Grade 9 and Grade 10 (Matric)NoMarch to June

About The City School Iqbal Town Campus


You can find admission office of this campus physically at 143 Rachna Block, Allama Iqbal Town, Lahore (Punjab). Its web address is http://www.thecityschools.edu.pk and telephone number is +92 (42) 35773069-77.
It was the brainchild of the chairperson, Dr. Farzana, to introduce a monitoring and evaluating system through an inspection department. Accordingly, the present Inspection Department came into being in 2002 based on British school inspection systems such as Her Majesty’s Inspectorate and the Scotland Inspection Department. Initial training was provided by members of those inspection departments and presently, it is headed by an expert who leads a team of inspectors comprising of local and foreign educationists.