St. Francis’ Grammar School is one of the oldest schools of Baluchistan, Pakistan. Established in 1936 the school has produced numerous luminaries – from a former prime minister to doctors, engineers, army officers, politicians, writers, judges, and ambassadors. The school is situated on the Zarghoon Road of Quetta (formerly Lytton Road). The school has playgrounds and a well stocked children’s library.
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I.m Also 1997 to 2002 Student in this SchoolUs Waqt main is School main 80% English Bolty thy Hum.Alhumdulillah Bht... big school tha...Mjhe yaad hain Humhry sir thy Cristan jo Subha Assombully main Pienoo Play krty thy phr inki death bi ho gai.. inshallah I will come quetta soon & visit my School😢One off the Best School.. I love It..read more
St. Francis' Grammar School Quetta is among the oldest institutes who has been imparting education for the last 7 or 8... decades before the emergence of Pakistan. Renowned chieftains of Baloch and Pashtoon tribes were students of this institute.read more
I joined this School back in 1992 when I was three years old and studied there from Montessori all the way to class 6th... before moving to Abbottabad due to safety concerns in Quetta city. Back then the education was quality and the discipline was tight although we did get beaten up by teachers which I am against as most of them just used the kids to get rid of the stress of their own personal lives.The size of the school was huge, if it's still how I remember it to be and the sports was great fun sectioned into 3 teams which were Chiltan, Bolan and Khojak which played a primary role in developing team building and competitiveness skills in students.I truly miss the time spent there and the amazing friends I made whom I'm still in touch with and I believe the primary education I received at St Francis played a major part in my secondary education and a successful career.I'd love to go visit one day to catch a glimpse of the bitter sweet memories of the past.read more
My review is based on my stay in this institution from 1971 to 1980. At that time it was an excellent educational... institution, probably one of the best in the country. During this period it had three principals - Father Joshua, Father Peter and Father Todd- all wonderful people. We had wonderful teachers as well. Lot of games and extra curricular activities. I still miss the time spent there.I visited the school two years back and was saddened to see the present state of affairs. Now it's over crowded with low quality teaching standards. It's a pity that we are destroying such a place.read more
It's a good place. It was a middle school with O level in my days, presumably still is. You can learn a lot about... discipline of you actually follow the principal and your Fathers of the time.read more