White House Grammar School
|White House Grammar School|
St-9, Block 4, Gulshan-e-Iqbal|
|Motto||To empower students with knowledge and wisdom, to thrive as academically sound, technically proficient, morally conscientious and socially adaptive citizens of global society|
|Patron saint(s)||Mehmood-ul-Haq Usmani (late), Dr. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui (late), Hakeem Muhammad Ahsan (late), Mir Khalil ur Rehman(late), Mr Haroon Saad (late), Dr. Atta ur Rahman, Dr. Zia-ul-Haq Usmani, Dr. Ismail Saad|
|School board||Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) System, Board of Secondary Education, Karachi|
|Colour(s)||White , Crimson and Blue|
|Slogan||In Pursuit of Excellence|
White House Grammar School (WHGS) is an independent, English-medium school in Karachi, Pakistan. It is a selective, coeducational day school serving a large number of students. Over the last three decades, the school has been offering O Levels held under the Cambridge International Examinations and Secondary School Certificate held under the Board of Secondary Education, Karachi.
The main campus of White House Grammar School is located at St-9, Block 4, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi, Pakistan.
Subjects taught at WHGS include Mathematics, Biology, Computer Studies, Urdu, Islamic Studies, English Literature, Computer Studies, Physics, Chemistry, English Language, Art, History, Geography, Sindhi Language, Business Studies, Economics, Accounting and Additional Mathematics. White House Grammar School also offers extra-curricular activities, such as sports competitions. White House Grammar School is well known for the academic performance of its students.
The school has implemented an admissions process for all the levels of education it currently offers, including registration requirements such as proof of identity and details of referral.
White House Grammar School requires its students to wear school-dedicated uniforms. The male students wear grey trousers, white shirts, grey ties and black shoes. The female students wear a traditional Pakistani shalwar kameez with a dupatta which is white, with a thin red pattern along its borders. Both male and female uniforms carry the "WHGS" logo on their front pockets.
- Rahaman, Mashiur (August 1, 2007). "Private schools take top slots" Daily Times (Pakistan).