Lahore Grammar School was established in January 1979 in Lahore by a group of women with a commitment to excellence in education and with the aim of providing a creative alternative to the existing educational facilities available in the country. In April 1997, Lahore Grammar School started another network called the Landmark Project to cater to the need of the middle income group. The Landmark project has many branches in Lahore and will be opening branches in other cities as well. The management of LGS rests with the Board of Directors. The Board meets regularly and has an Academic Council from amongst its members to propose, devise, implement and supervise academic and educational policies relating to the school system.Read More
The Lahore Grammar School, Landmark Project is co-educational institutions committed to offering quality education to middle income families. The decision to make the Landmark Project co-educational is a conscious one undertaken by LGS, as we believe that providing a healthy and safe environment for both sexes to interact is crucial; so that they are better able to understand and deal with each other as equal members of society. We also admit children from a large cross-section of society, in order to instill and encourage tolerance and respect for others. By doing so, we hope to equip our children with all the right tools with which they can achieve not only professional, but also personal success and fulfillment.