Karachi Grammar School (KGS) is an independent, English-medium school in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. It is a highly selective, coeducational day school (formerly day/boarding school) serving approximately 2,400 students aged between three and nineteen years.
Established in 1847 by the Reverend Henry Brereton, the first chaplain of Karachi, as a school for "English and Anglo-Indo children", it is the oldest private school in Pakistan and the second oldest in the Indian Subcontinent and a member of the Winchester International Symposium.
Over the past nineteen years, the school has expanded from a school with a population of a few hundred students to a large institution that now occupies three sites and teaches more than two thousand students. Karachi Grammar School is well known for the academic performance of its students, who have managed to secure places in top universities around the world.
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