History Of PSI

 

Established in 1990, Preparatory School Islamabad (PSI) is a privately owned, co-educational English medium school. Today it is proud of its reputation as one of the best schools in Pakistan.

PSI started off as an elementary and primary school, with a teaching staff of six only. Conscious of the importance of continuity in education and on the request of the parent body, the school started upgrading its classes from Class V upwards in 1996. O' Level classes were introduced in August 2000 and the first batch of 12 students appeared for the Cambridge examinations in June 2002. More subjects were added as the number of students increased with each passing year. Since PSI believes in quality education, the number of students per class is kept restricted.

Today, there are more than 100 persons working for the 600 plus children studying at the school. What makes PSI different from the rest is the dedication and devotion with which its team works for the development of its students. Thus, the success can be attributed to an environment that provides an experience of academic excellence and the social development of a child. Learning is carried on in a caring, friendly and disciplined atmosphere, giving children the opportunity for optimum growth according to their particular gifts and talents. The ultimate objective is to turn out wholesome personalities with a sound academic base and an appreciation of our core values.