About Us


    The School –The School – Garrison Academy Junior took its independent flight as a Junior School in 2013. The school was segregated with an aim to meet the educational needs of children age group 3+ to 11+ years. The school firmly believes that every child can be taught well. GAJTSC is a purpose built campus with lush green playgrounds and play areas to meet the physical needs of the students and to provide them with the kind of environment they require. More than 1400 students are equipping themselves with the ornaments of knowledge at different levels.

    The School –Staff – It started working with a dedicated team and soon it became a renowned name in the area. Its students are bringing laurels in various fields thus making GAJTSC a scintillating star of the galaxy of Lahore Garrison Education System (LGES).



    • The Curriculum The students are taught comprehensive syllabus designed and approved by Army Public School & Colleges System (APSACS), with its secretariat at Rawalpindi. The syllabus is not confined to the prescribed books only but it is dealing with complete grooming of a child into a confident and positive thinker and a responsible citizen. This syllabus is supportive of National Curriculum.

    Courses Offered

    PG – English, Urdu, Maths, World Around Us, Islamiat, EPL, Sensorial

    KG – English, Urdu, Maths, World Around Us, Islamiat, EPL, Sensorial

    Prep – English, Urdu, Maths, World Around Us, Islamiat, Value Education, Computer Science

    I-III – English, Urdu, Maths, Arabic, Science+ Social Studies + Computer Studies are taught under one heading i.e. Integrated Studies

    IV-V- English, Urdu, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Islamiat, Arabic, Computer Science

     Assessment & Examination

    Pre & Junior School

    There is no formal examination.

    There are two checkpoint weeks in each term where students are assessed on learning. The checkpoints constitute of short written & oral tests including Reading & Mental Maths, Listening and Speaking skills.

    Besides checkpoints, onspot assessment are taken as informal and uninformed assessments of learning at all levels. 

    Middle School

    Formal Examination is held twice a year, at the end of each term.In addition two checkpoints are held in each term. The results and progress of students are shared and discussed with parents on scheduled Parent Teacher Meetings

    The check points consist of short written tests. While term exams at middle school are comparatively long and comprehensive, centralised exams for which the papers are designed and sent by APSACS secretariat. Reading, mental Math and projects are also assessed term wise.

    Besides check points, two Numeracy Literacy Tests(NLTs) are held, one in each term only for core subjects. No PTMs are arranged for NLTs but their marks are added in the final consolidated result.


    •  Co & Extra Curricular Activities – Co & Extra Curricular activities are meant to reinforce and supplement classroom curriculum and are a blend of healthy and vigorous activities including sports. CCAs are hallmark of APSACS system and are given due focus for instilling 21st century skills like organization skills, team work and collaboration among students as they prepare them to meet the challenges in life ahead. Every year APSACS provides a calendar for such activities in the beginning of Academic Session. Regional office (APSACS Sectt) schedules various sports and Inter School Mega Competitions at different levels throughout the year. This year despite the fact that life in every sphere is at a halt and it is paralyzed due to COVID-19 pandemic when student physically attended school for only two and half month, these activities are conducted online to give our students a boost and urge to continue their former routine.


    Religious Instructions

    The school brings rich cultural content into teaching in a way that it expands children's knowledge, interest and respect for religion and cross cultural differences. The calendars are designed well in advance to help teachers plan activities accordingly. No assessment or any important curricular event is planned on any day that is special to any of the religions.
    Morning assemblies begin with the name of Allah Almighty. Children recite a surah from Quran accompanied by its translation. Inculcation of Islamic values is core practice in the school but due respect is paid to other religions. Eid and Christmas are valued equally. Gifts are shared across communities on both events. Christian and Muslim population of the school share feelings and strong association with each other. This coalescence adds beauty to our school depicting that everyone matters. Besides it sends the message of love, care and tolerance.
    In addition to regular talks in classroom, religious events are observed with great reverence and zeal.
    We at GAJTSC help children to develop their own culturally sensitive skills to be successful in the diverse multicultural and global world enriching it beyond the walls of school.


    Celebrations of National Days

    Patriotism is the soul of nationalism. We celeberate our National Days with zeal and zest. To promote patriotism and national unity among our students Independence week is celebrated every year. The most significant and important day of nation is celebrated on 14th August to thank Allah Almighty for allowing us to breathe in a free state and pay tribute to the leaders of Pakistan Movement through speeches, tableaus and milli songs.Pakistani flag is also hoisted on School's building which is adorned and colourfully lit to exhibit joy and love for the ocassion. Similarly Defence Day is celeberated on 6th September to pay homage to the Martyrs of 1965 war. Birth anniversaries of Father of Nation and Poet of the East are celebrated with great awe and reverence.
    Important International Days are also celeberated to create awareness among young learners to make them responsible global citizans. We celebrate Earth Day & Environment day to spread awaress in our students and to demonstrate our support to Environmental protection. We are establishing a strong bond of partnership with our global partners i.e. Broadford primary school, Uk and Wo International Center, Punahou School Honolulu, Huwaii, USA by working on global SDGs to make this world a better place for our future generations.


    Clubs & Societies

    We at GAJTSC earnestly believe that academic curriculum is augmented and completed by engaging students in clubs and extra curricular activities. Except few academic clubs and programmes, all clubs and societies function under the umbrella of Makerspace programme. At present different 21st century skills are being focused under following clubs and societies:

    Dramatic Club

    Robotic cum App Club

    Grooming Club

    Spots cum Health Club

    Art & Craft club

    Recycling Club

    Debates Societies (Eng, Urdu)

    Naat and Qiraat Club

    Young Journalista Club

    Culinary Club

    Poetry Club

    Digital Literacy Club

    Nature Club (Grow Green Society, Solid Waste Management Club)

    The variety of clubs meet the needs of divergent tasts and talents of students. Children sign up for clubs according to their natural ability and inclination. The projects and skills learnt are exhibited during annual APSACS Ideas Expo. Parents active participation in club activities and exhibition is ensured so that they may take pride in students' endeavors. Inter school and inter class competitions are organised by these clubs. Each club is headed by a section head, few teachers and students as president and secretaries of the club.

     Inter school and Interclass competitions are organized by these societies. First level of any competition is held at school level and the winners are fielded for regional competitions.


    Student Council

    Student council is led by the Head Boy & Head Girl of school who are assissted by Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl. These students stand out in conducting Official visits and in maintaining school discipline in different hours and whole school activities. The council is further strengthened by House Captains and Deputy House Captains of four distinct houses. Further more presidents & secretaries of different clubs and societies, Peace Keepers and Class Representatives are also a part of this council. Class Reps and Peace Keepers help their teachers in maintaining discipline and smooth conduction of classroom activities. Students council is selected by polls where students from classes I-V cast their votes and select candidates of their choice. Class Representatives are changed after regular intervals to ensure that maximum students are given a chance to develop their leadership skills and to perform the said responsibilities.


    House System

    At GAJTSC House system works mainly for the purpose of competitions. Houses act as smaller communities to engender healthy rivalry in friendly games and other curricular and co curricular activities, building team skill, leadership skills and cooperation.
    Students Council elections are held annually and house captains are chosen based on their performance, popularity, ability and talent. After nomination, each candidate passes through an interview, runs a campaign to convince the school fellows and then decisions are made on the basis of votes on the election day.Houses' colours are as under:
    ▪️Unity House (Blue)
    ▪️Faith House (Red)
    ▪️Discipline House (Orange)
    ▪️Tolerance House (Yellow)



    Editorial Committee of the school is responsible for publishing the school's newsletter named as The School Scoop twice an academic year. This beautiful and colourful pamphlet is meant to give a clear and concise content about different school activities, happenings, events, performances and students awards to keep the parents updated and informed regarding everything related to school.


    School Magazine

    The school publishes its annual magazine, "Umeed e Nau " (A New Hope) every year. The school magazine is a window to showcase the aspirations, imagination and creativity of the young minds, the teachers and the parents who make up the third faction of a school environment. The magazine also espouses the school spirit which is built up within the school through the collective efforts supported by genuine thoughts and inspirations.