Our aim is to provide quality education to our beneficiaries and help equip them with an asset for life. Living below poverty lines and struggling to make ends meet, we wish to create a schooling environment that not only becomes a haven for these children but also becomes a place that helps them build a foundation that will later assist them in breaking out of the vicious cycle of poverty their family is currently stuck in.
Another goal of ours is to promote equality and use whatever means we have to ensure that these children do not feel lesser than others when compared to children who have the privilege of attending private schools. We wish to create a learning environment that allows our children to see beyond class differences, and rely solely on the confidence of the merit they have.
Noor Grammar School is dedicated to providing underprivileged students with a quality education. Our state-of-the-art facilities and well-rounded curriculum, which includes extracurricular activities, sports, and the arts, help students reach their full potential. We also measure progress through motor, cognitive, memory, and reasoning skills.
Help us redefine what it means to be an underprivileged student by donating to Noor Grammar School. Your contribution will provide students with the tools they need to succeed and make a positive impact in their community and beyond.
Our school is more than just a building; it's a community of educators, students, and parents who come together to create a dynamic learning environment. From our experienced teachers to our state-of-the-art facilities, we're committed to providing every student with the tools they need to succeed and every aspect of our school is a testament to the power of philanthropy.
With a student strength of 600 and an additional 60 new students every year, we are dedicated to providing a level of quality education that matches the very best private schools. The beneficiaries of this project include children from the age of 3 to 16 years of age. These children all belong to families that have had no prior education and wish to lead a different life now. These children come from neighbouring societies and villages because we not only provide them with free education but also provide them with a free meal for their lunch.