The mission begin in 1996,the mission was to provide standard education with emphasis on Islamic, modern, scientific, modern, scientific computer science and physical education at extremely low fee. To start our services we rented a building in Abbottabad and launched our first phase."A standardized Middle school".
Our students proved & recognized themselves as students of one of the best institutes of Abbottabad, after which the feedback was amazing. Due to increase in strength we moved to our present location, "The Dr Najaf campus" Now we were able to launch our second phase, The High School. Our students appeared in SSCI Exam and passed it with exceptional marks. We were eager to spread the light of education in backward areas Of Pakistan. We started it from Abbottabad.
We opened a campus at a backward area of Abbottabad with a very low literacy rate. Ali Asghar Campus started its operation and we provided people with free standardized Education. At main campus/ headquarters we launched Students betterment Council to assist the needy and poor students with free education, books, uniform etc.
Our Technology institute Advanced computer technologies & Studies centre resumed its operations and we launched professional computer courses & coaching classes. Now we are giving standard secondary education through AIPS, Najaf & Ali Asghar Campus helping poor and needy through SBC, Spreading Technical education through ACTSC.
Now Advanced Islamic Public School & Hazara Hills Academy, a renowned historical institute of Sikandarabad are merged.
Sections Of Hazara Hills Academy
With an internal notification on 24th March 2011, Hazara Hills Academy was divided into three sections.
- Hazara Hills Pre-School [Playgroup, Nursery, K.G, 1st]
- Hazara Hills Junior School [1st to 7th]
- Hazara Hills Academy [8th to 10th]
This division was for better management, education and assessment of students. Now all three sections independently operate under Hazara Hills Academy Head Offfice.
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