LGS Senior Schools perfectly balance a rigorous curriculum and a vast extracurricular program. The aim of the senior schools is to prepare our students for A-level, university, and beyond. Our Senior Schools follow the CAIE syllabus.

Our curriculum is focused on the holistic development of our students. In addition to the core curriculum, students take Digital Learning classes, learning 21st-century skills. Emphasis on Growth: We are committed to fostering each student’s academic, social, and personal growth. Through a combination of challenging coursework and personalized support, we help students reach their full potential.

* Collaborative Learning: Collaboration is a cornerstone of our teaching approach. Students learn to work together, share ideas, and solve problems as a team, preparing them for the collaborative nature of the 21st-century workforce.
* 21st-Century Skills: Our curriculum goes beyond traditional subjects to incorporate critical thinking, creativity, communication, and digital literacy. These skills are essential for success in the modern world.
* Innovative Teaching Pedagogy: We employ innovative teaching methods that engage students actively in learning. From project-based learning to technology integration, our classrooms are dynamic and interactive environments
At LGS, we are committed to providing a comprehensive education that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and mindset they need to excel in the 21st century. We look forward to embarking on this educational journey with you!

Subject Selection
In Grade IX, students are introduced to the world of O Level with various new subjects, including science and commerce, bringing their total subject tally to 10. They select four optional subjects along with the 6 compulsory subjects. Students choose their O-level subjects for the next three years. The subject list and possible combinations can be seen below.
Click Here

CAIE Preparation

In Grades X and XI, students focus on their compulsory subjects, significant groups, and elective subjects they opted for. Students get rigorous practice of learning
outcomes, past papers, marking schemes and examiners’ reports during this time. Students appear for their Pakistan Studies, Urdu and Islamiyat O Level
examinations in Grade X and appear for the remaining examinations in Grade XI.


Orientation & Counselling
LGS also offers counselling services for its students. The academic team meet with students starting in Grade IX to help them map their future. They assess individual strengths and weaknesses, academic interests and career objectives before designing a blueprint for success. They also help students select subjects for the O Levels and meet with students and parents individually or in groups. A formal orientation meeting was arranged before the end of grade VIII to give an introduction to new subjects, and teachers discussed CAIE exams and criteria for senior school. Our senior students, along with the teachers, are available there to assist and explain their subject.

Admission Test for Senior School:     

For Senior School admissions, students will need to undergo proficiency tests in English, Urdu, and Mathematics. However, students arriving from foreign countries with limited proficiency in spoken or written Urdu may be exempted from the Urdu test. Nevertheless, if the child is a Pakistani citizen, they will still be expected to take the Urdu test. Consequently, it is essential for parents to inform the school about their child’s Urdu language skills.


As for O’Level admissions, students will initially need to complete proficiency assessments in English, Urdu, and Mathematics. Successful completion of these tests will lead to an invitation for elective subject assessments the following week. The specific elective tests will vary based on the subjects selected by the student, such as Sciences, Additional Mathematics, or Art.

For Admission Test Syllabus Click Here


Learner attributes are the various sections of data that inform us about who our learners are. These attributes provide valuable insights about how the learners learn and how the schools can individualize their instruction to better suit the attributes. 

‍The five Cambridge learner attributes are designed to recognise that each student needs to develop certain attitudes and life skills throughout their education, along with some academic skills, in order to be successful at university and in employment. 

‍The Cambridge learner and teacher attributes provide a cross-curricular language and a set of expectations for each of its students and teachers to engage with.

‍Students of Lahore Grammar School, possess the Cambridge attributes and skillfully employ a broad range of cognitive and socio-emotional skills towards effectively managing their performances. .


1. Fosters Emotional Engagement

The learner attributes foster emotional engagement in lessons to help students understand the connection between the concepts that they are learning and the real life. 

2. Encourages Holistic Learning

With time we have realized the importance of holistic education among the students. With holistic learning students are able to explore various subjects and concepts at their own pace and in their own way This gives children the freedom to learn creatively and instills curiosity in them.

3. Develops Critical Thinking‍

Critical thinking is the ability of an individual to identify, analyze and evaluate information, ideas and situations to come up with solutions. The learners are able to approach challenges effectively, imagine new ways of solving problems and answering questions.  

4. Decision Making

The Cambridge learners are able to reason and make the best decisions on the basis of positive personal values and with deep understanding of their emotions.

5. Become Well-Rounded Individuals‍

Learners with the Cambridge attributes are more confident in trying new things. With these attributes children have the necessary skills required to survive and have the integrity to do the right things even without the supervision of teachers and parents.


1. Confident

Cambridge learners are confident in working with new ideas and information. They are confident in taking calculated risks and do not allow anyone to take them for granted. They are very keen to evaluate and explore ideas in a structured and critical way.

2. Reflective

Cambridge students recognize themselves as learners. They are concerned with the products and processes of their learning and develop the strategies that can help them to be lifelong learners.

3. Responsible

Cambridge students are responsible and take ownership of their learning. They set targets for themselves and hold on to their intellectual integrity. The students are supportive and collaborative. They are respectful of others and understand that their actions have impacts on others as well as on their environment.

4. Engaged

Attributes of a Cambridge learner prepares them to make a significant difference in their lives as well as in the society, by encouraging them to be engaged intellectually and socially.

The diversified Cambridge curriculum gives the students the opportunity to indulge into a more collaborative environment thus giving them regular chances to share their knowledge and thoughts in front of their peers.

5. Innovative

Cambridge Learner attributes strengthens students’ innovative framework by bringing a play into the curriculum and creating unique connections to the courses.


Cambridge learner attributes are the qualities that schools with Cambridge curriculum try to impart in the students. With the Cambridge attribute the students become confident, responsible, respectful,  responsive, reflective, and innovative. 

‍The 5 attributes of Cambridge learner are important for the students to inculcate in them knowledge, values, skills, and personality traits that will help them face the challenges in life. 


The Cambridge teacher attribute represents five desirable habits that teachers must possess. These attributes represent a combination of values, motivation, attitude, empathy, skills, and knowledge.


Our Computer Science Programme is specially designed to be in sync with not only today’s digital demands, but also of the future. It offers a series of exciting, evolving and engaging classes for students from Grade I to VIII. Our students learn Scratch, Minecraft, Roblox, and Python including Computer Science projects in V-STEAM enabling them to experience the adventures of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and activities in Maker Spaces.

In our Scratch classes, students will learn to create their own interactive stories, animations, and games using coding blocks. They will develop logical thinking skills and learn to problem-solve as they explore the world of coding.

In our Microsoft Minecraft classes, students will have the opportunity to explore Redstone representing electrical circuits. They will learn how to use Redstone to create simple machines, such as doors and elevators, and more complex machines such as automated farms and traps. Our Minecraft classes will introduce students to basic engineering concepts, such as electrical circuits and logic gates.

In our Roblox classes, students will engage in problem-solving through role-play mode. They will work together in teams to tackle a variety of challenges, such as puzzles, mazes, and obstacles, while developing their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. They will also learn to collaborate with others and communicate effectively to complete their goals.

Microsoft’s STEM program is designed to encourage and inspire students to pursue careers in technology and engineering by providing access to learning resources and opportunities to engage with industry professionals. Through our partnership with Microsoft STEM, students in our program will have access to additional resources, including educational videos, online tutorials, and other learning materials, which will complement our hands-on approach to learning. We believe that this partnership will provide an added value to our students, giving them a broader perspective on the potential applications of computer science in various industries.

Through our partnership with Microsoft 365, students in our program will have access to tools such as Teams, students can use Teams to collaborate on group projects, share files, and communicate with each other in real-time.


At LGS we have established a comprehensive testing policy for Grades IX -XI to ensure fair and consistent evaluation of student performance. This policy encompasses all aspects of assessments, including formative and summative assessments, quizzes, projects and research assignments, classwork, homework, and class participation.

Formative Assessments:

Formative assessments are a fundamental component of our educational approach, allowing us to gauge student learning and development in real-time. These ongoing assessments occur throughout the learning process and provide valuable feedback to both educators and students. They are not solely focused on assigning grades but are integral to guiding the learning journey.



Regular quizzes are administered to assess students’ understanding of specific topics covered in class. These quizzes are announced in advance, providing students with ample preparation time.

Projects and Research Assignments:

Periodic projects and research assignments are assigned to encourage students to apply the concepts they have learned in class. These assessments are graded based on the quality of research, presentation, and the depth of understanding demonstrated.

Classwork and Homework:

Regular classwork and homework assignments are given to reinforce classroom learning. These assignments are graded and contribute to the overall grade of each student. Assignment submissions have to be timely and late or missed assignments are given a zero.

Class Participation:

We evaluate class participation based on students’ engagement in various classroom activities, including discussions, group work, and presentations.


Summative Assessments:

Summative assessments, in contrast, are designed to evaluate the overall performance of students at the conclusion of the academic year. These assessments serve as a culmination of the learning journey and provide a comprehensive evaluation of students’ knowledge and skills.

The key summative assessments include:

Mid-Year Test ( MYT)

Mid-Year Exam (MYE)

End of Year Test ( EYT) 

End of Year Exam (EYE)


These assessments not only measure individual student performance but also help us assess the effectiveness of our entire educational process. They play a vital role in determining the level of mastery of concepts taught in class and assist in identifying areas that may require further attention within our curriculum.


Our assessment policy is carefully designed to support and enhance the learning experience, ensuring that each student has the opportunity to thrive academically. We are committed to academic excellence and providing a fair and supportive evaluation system that helps students achieve their full potential.