About Us

  • HISTORY

    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 believes firmly that every child can learn if taught.
    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 1200 students are equipping themselves with the ornaments of knowledge at different levels.

    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).

  • ACADEMICS

    • 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, General Knowledge, Islamiat, EPL, Sensorial

    KG – Urdu, English, Maths, General Knowledge, Islamiat, EPL, Sensorial

    Prep – English, Urdu, Maths, Social Science, Islamiat, Value Education, Computer Science

    I-III – English, Urdu, Maths, Science, Islamiat, Value Education, Computer Science

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

     Assessment & Examination

    Pre & Junior School

    There is no formal examination.

    There are four checkpoint weeks in each term where students are assessed on learning. The checkpoints constitute of short written & oral tests including reading & mental maths.

    Besides checkpoints, Spot Tests 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. The results and progress of students are shared and discussed with parents on scheduled Parent Teacher Meetings.

    There are three checkpoint weeks in each term where students are assessed on learning. The checkpoints constitute of short written tests including reading & mental maths.

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

     

    •  Co & Extra Curricular Activities – Co & Extra curricular Activities are a blend of healthy and vigorous activities including Sports. APSACS provides a calendar of these activities in the beginning of Academic Session. Regional Office (APSACS Sectt) plans Sports Activities at different levels and inter school Mega Competitions for various activities are scheduled throughout the year. Our picture gallery is a source for the visitors to see how conscientiously & devotedly, we celebrate various events to create awareness amongst our students.

     

    Religious Instructions

    Morning assembly begins with the name of ALLAH almighty. Students recite a Surah from Quran accompanied by its translation. Inculcation of Islamic values is core practice in the school. Besides regular talks in classrooms, religious events are observed with great reverence and zeal. Students celebrate Eid Milan parties, Naat & Qirat Competitions are held to commemorate the birth anniversary of our Holy Prophet (SAAW). Similarly, speeches and talks are held to pay homage to the martyrs of Ashura.

     

    Celebrations of National Days

    Patriotism is the soul of nationalism. We celebrate National Days with zeal and zest. We celebrate Independence Day on 14 Aug to thank ALLAH Almighty for allowing us to breathe in a Free State and pay tribute to the leaders of Pakistan Movement through speeches and national songs. Schools are adorned and illuminated to exhibit joy and love for the occasion. Similarly, Defense Day is celebrated on 6th Sep to pay tribute to the martyrs of the War of 1965. Birth Anniversaries of our leaders Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Allama Iqbal-Poet of the East are celebrated with great reverence.

     

    Clubs & Societies

    The school has following clubs and societies headed by respective teachers and students:

    Debates society

    Dramatic society

    Maths club

    Friends of Nature club

    Art club

    Sports club

    Music 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 constitutes School Head Boy & Head Girl who is assisted by Deputy Head Boy & Deputy Head Girl. These students stand out in conducting official visits and in maintaining school discipline in different hours. This Council is further strengthened by House Captains of four distinct Houses. Furthermore, Every Class has a Mentor or Prefect to ensure discipline in his/her class and to perform duties of teacher’s helper. Students who prove themselves as hardworking and responsible to carry the badge are selected to perform the duty of a Prefect. Class teachers change prefects after regular intervals to ensure that maximum students are given chances to perform the said responsibility.

     

    House System

    Acting upon the instructions issued by APSACS Secretariat and to engage students in useful pursuits and develop in them love and enthusiasm for sports, four houses have been formed.  The names of the houses are: Unity, Faith, Discipline and Tolerance. Each House has a House Captain who is the best representative of the house. The House Mistress that is, the teacher In-charge is detailed by the Principal, to supervise, conduct and guide the students in all areas of their educational development.

     

    Newsletter

    Editorial Committee of the school is responsible for publishing the school news letter named as The School Scoop twice an academic year. This beautiful and colourful pamphlet is meant to keep the readers informed regarding activities at school.

     

    School Magazine

    The school will publish its first ever magazine this year i.e. 2015.A range of names for the school magazines were suggested by teachers. The editorial committee selected the name BAAZ GUSHT (translated as “the echo”). This school magazine will be a great platform and source to bring forth literary capabilities of students and teachers of GAJTSC.