Many schools across Pakistan have faced a challenging situation in the post-pandemic world. Also, with varying news from the government regarding the closure and continuation of school throughout this period, there has been much debate about the future and quality of education.
However, recently something caught my attention, and I knew I had to research and share it with my readers. The City School lately announced their Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) examination results, and I truly was astonished at the achievements.
The City School Network has bagged 20 distinctions & 18 best across awards which is the highest among all the private schools of Pakistan, which showcases the quality of education being offered by their network.
Coming to the achievers! The highlights would definitely be Abdullah Zeb & Ali Salman Siddiqui, who topped the world for Cambridge O Level Examinations in Mathematics & Computer Science, which is a super proud moment for them and their families.
5 other students, Abdullah Zeb, Mathi Zahra, Saba Ashraf, Zulekha Chhapra & Javeria Khan, also topped 6 of their respective subjects in Pakistan for O & A Level and brought a great name to their parents and their school alike.
Congratulations to all of these amazing young minds! You made Pakistan proud.
This is an awesome performance given the pandemic-induced challenges, and a testament to the students’ resilience, hard work, and courage.
I wanted to understand how The City School Network achieved these astonishing results and contacted their corporate team. Parents, hold on because you want to know this bit. As soon as the pandemic hit, The City school started investing n EdTech and is currently the largest Microsoft Certified Education Network in the country. They also introduced other international learning tools such as Century and GL education to ensure that the students adapt as quickly as possible to the latest technologies of virtual learning.
I was amazed to learn about the school management and teachers’ hard work. The teachers helped parents and students walk through the examination process based on their home-school partnership philosophy to ensure that they felt confident enough to appear. They truly are the unsung heroes of this pandemic, and without their sincere efforts, students would not have achieved such an important milestone and deserve a lot of credit for their valiant efforts.
I am amazed and delighted at the talent of these young students who are capable of competing on any international stage and making their country proud. I congratulate all the students, parents and The City School Network whose efforts have made the whole country proud.