About Us

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Liberal Arts High School was established in 2008 to meet the need for a competitive, private girls’ school in Islamabad. The three founding directors of Liberal Arts High School represent a combined total of more than 60 years in the field of education.

Why a girls’ school?

We believe, at Liberal Arts High School, our girls have…
More Leadership Opportunities

In an all-girls institution, girls enjoy more leadership opportunities because every head of a team, a society or student government is always a girl.

Positive Female Role-Models

When girls study together, they compete with and mentor each other, inspiring their peers and junior classmates.

Increased interest in STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education is vital to succeeding in today’s fast-changing world.

Heightened Career Aspirations

Students of all-girls institutions are more likely to pursue advanced degrees and professions.

Our School


The Liberal Arts Preschool inculcates a love for learning and introduces the student to the school family. The preschool years establish the foundation for learning, introducing both literacy and numeracy, and also social, emotional and physical development.

Elementary School
Elementary School

Students develop their mastery of the core curriculum and explore their potential in Art, Sports, Music, and Computer Studies. Specialized teachers for French, Urdu Poetry and Aerobics provide more exposure to Liberal Arts students.

Middle School
Middle School

These years develop the confident learning and communication skills students need to best maximize their potential. Collaborative and independent work are both emphasized.

Middle School
O Levels

University of Cambridge International O Levels are completed in Grade 11. These years encourage leadership, responsibility and self-discipline—life skills for O Levels and beyond.


A Complete Education

At Liberal Arts High School, we combine academic rigour with creative, physical and character development. House affiliations—Endeavour, Perseverance and Success– strengthen bonds across the years and foster teamwork. From Sports Days and field trips to community service and cultural events, Liberal Arts students experience a complete education.

A Complete Education
We assess our students continuously in order to build their capacity and potential in the following areas…


Step 1

Prospective parents and students are welcome to schedule an appointment to visit the school for a tour and a consultation.

Please call the school office 051-2609666/7.

Children should accompany their parents on the visit.

  • Preschool

Guidelines for placement by age:
– Play Group: Students should be 3 years old or turn 3 by October.
– Montessori: Students should be 4 years old or turn 4 by October.
– Prep: Students should be 5 years old or turn 5 by October.

  • Elementary — Grades 1-5
    – A placement test in English and Math is required.
  • Middle School — Grades 6-8
    – A placement test in English and Math is required. Evidence of previous academic performance is requested in the form of your child’s most recent report card.
  • O Level — Grades 9-11
    – A placement test in English and Math is required, along with evidence of previous academic performance in the form of the most recent report card.
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Upon your child’s admission to Liberal Arts, submit

  • The completed Admission Form
  • 2 passport size photographs of your child
  • A copy of your child’s Passport, B Form or Birth Certificate

Upon submission of the Admission Fee, you will be issued a New Student Packet for your child’s grade, including a calendar, security guidelines, school timings, uniform regulations, Summer Holiday Homework (if admitted in May, June or July).

Welcome to Liberal Arts High School!

Welcome to LAHS

Community Service

Service to the community is one of the core values of the Liberal Arts experience. Since our founding, our students have raised money and collected supplies for IDP’s, flood and earthquake victims, Citizens’ Foundation, Umeed-e-Noor, Master Ayub’s School, Mashal School, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and many other worthy causes.

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Contact Us

70, Margalla Road, F – 7/2, Islamabad
Mrs Azmeh K. Ansari – Principal
Mrs Arjumand Ghazanfar – Coordinator
Mrs Sarah Mahsud – Coordinator