AHRSC Ziarat – Turning Dreams into Deeds

AHRSC was established on 19th April 2004 and is being operated by Al-Hijrah Schools Trust. The Governor of Balochistan of the time, Honorable Mr. Owais Ahmed Ghani inaugurated the school. A number of dignitaries from Balochistan were present at the auspicious occasion. Al-Hijrah School and College is affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad. The dream of having a charity school had the elements of pulling out children from poverty through education, along with teaching Islamic values and creating a unified “Ummah” by nurturing the positive and benevolent traits of human beings.

The dream turned to an almost surreal outcome, as the Alumni of Al-Hijrah got into and passed out of the best professional colleges and higher educational institutions, thereby turning into a valued part of the renowned organizations. Humanitarian system of education, along with values are the building blocks of Al-Hijrah School and College. The magnificent current status of Al-Hijrah alumni, adds further glory to the narrative of its history.

Tri-lingual Medium of Education

Medium of education means much more than just a medium of communication. Since every language carries its own cultural and social connotations, multilingualism is proven to be particularly beneficial in development of empathy and a broader mental horizon. In compliance with the core values, AHRSC instills the grasp of Urdu along with two of the official languages of UN, i.e. Arabic and English. The approach of teaching in 3 languages is aimed at enabling them to communicate across different cultures and civilization, hence comprehending the universal truth of all humanity. Moreover, proficiency in Arabic is a vital source to inculcate Islamic cultural and civilizational values through teaching of Islamic knowledge and wisdom directly from the Arabic scripts.

Expansion Plan

• Introducing Fellow of Arts certification at intermediate level to encourage entrepreneurship and teaching in our society.
• Increasing the yearly intake of a batch of students up to 100 by 2018.
• Establishment of Al-Hijrah day schools for boys and girls; initially in Balochistan and subsequently all across Pakistan.
• Al-Hijrah Trust plans to establish 100 secondary schools and colleges; 5 Al-Hijrah Residential Schools & Colleges in all major cities; and 1 university by 2020, in sha ALLAH.
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