Tejgaon Government High School

Tejgaon Government High School (formerly Tejgaon Polytechnic High School) is a school in Tejgaon area of Dhaka city. It was established in 1935.

Tejgaon Government High School is going to celebrate its 75th anniversary on 23 January 2010 at Bangabandhu International Conference Center(China Bangladesh Friendship Conference Center), Tejgaon, Dhaka. It established in 1935 and its one of the oldest school in Dhaka. It situated at Tejturi Bazaar( Near Farmgate) which is center place of Dhaka.

23 January 2010, TPHS and TGHS celebrated 75 years of its glory. From the beginning, its providing quality education to the student.

Coordinates: 23°45′25″N 90°23′29″E / 23.75694°N 90.39139°E / 23.75694; 90.39139

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