SOS Higher Secondary School Multan


The SOS Hermann Gmeiner School Multan is not only providing quality education to the orphans and abandoned children of SOS Children's Village but it is also ensuring high standard of education for the neglected and remote communities. Serving a proud strength of 1400 children, the school runs on a non -profit generation basis, with a minimum fee, starting at Rs. 500 monthly. Syllabus books are provided to the children free or charge.

The school encourages children from low-income areas to receive standard education regardless of their financial limitations.

Classes offered are from playgroup till Higher Secondary Diploma (12 years), following an Oxford English medium base of education. We have adopted a very modern education system and children receive education through computers and audio/video methodology of teaching.

To equip the neglected children of poverty-stricken backgrounds to face the competitive world of today with the weapon of education in their hand, we have left no stone unturned. We only see the world in one color. Everyone is equal in the eyes of God and SOS has taken a commitment to bring equality in the lives of yearning children, with no bias of color, caste, religion or creed

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