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Pakistan

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Dhodial Primary and Secondary School

The combined SOS Primary and Secondary School at Dhodial opened in 1992, first as a Primary School. The school has about 200 pupils, 100 in primary and 100 in secondary.

 

 

Faisalabad Primary and Secondary School

The combined SOS Primary and Secondary School opened in 1995.

 

 

Karachi Primary School

The SOS Primary School at Karachi, southern Pakistan opened in 1998. There are nearly 800 pupils in this school.

 

 

Lahore Primary and Secondary School

The combined SOS Primary and Secondary School opened in 1991 initially just as a Primary School. In 1993 the Secondary School was added. The combined school at Lahore has over 1100 pupils, 480 in primary and 640 in secondary.

 

 

Multan Primary School

The SOS Primary School opened in 2004 on a temporary site. In 2005, land for a permanent site was donated and plans are in hand to build a new school. The primary school has 270 children attending.

 

 

Muzaffarabad Primary School

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When completed the school will have 14 classes for 400 pupils.

 

Rawalpindi Primary and Secondary School

The combined SOS Primary and Secondary School opened in 1998. There are about 260 pupils, 190 in primary and 65 in secondary.

 

 

Sargodha Primary and Secondary School

The combined SOS Primary and Secondary School opened in 1997. There are just over 300 pupils, 260 in primary and 40 in secondary.

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