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Future Engineers Inspire at Edvon Robotics Contest

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ADMISSION ARE OPEN

BHS is proudly affiliated with the Aga Khan University Examination Board so that the students may become keen learners, avid readers, critical thinkers and future leaders. All academics are taught in light of Islamic teachings which focus on the omnipotence and omnipresence of Almighty Allah.d

A variety of teaching techniques are employed which are student centric with the teacher as a facilitator. These include Project Based Learning which allows students to research and apply their knowledge to solve existing problems. The end goal is to make students into independent and life long learners.

  • The Robotics and LFR contest organized by Edvon at the Expo Centre filled 45 daring young engineers of BHS from Classes 8, 9, and 10 with energy that was electrifying.
  • Poised to prove themselves they pledged to prepare under the tutelage of their Science and Computer teachers for this upcoming competition held at the EXPO CENTRE on 18th and 19th September 2019.
  • Before the contest itself, the students attended a 3 day- workshop on how to program the LFR (Line Following Robot) and were constantly trained by Sir Ibrahim, Sir Amjad, and Ms. Rashida. The much-anticipated engineers quickly grasped on to the skills and programming of how to code the bot so that it follows the black line on any given arena.

Shakespeare Comes to BHS

  • “The quality of mercy is not strained, it droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven…”
  • The vicinity of Block C Hyderi resonated with this powerful monologue uttered by the most powerful character, Portia, a princess, and a daring lover, carved out by the pen of the greatest dramatist of the world, William Shakespeare. Many fans of literature, teachers and students from various schools, colleges and universities, prolific figures of the educational and journalism sectors, revered politicians gathered on Friday, the 26th of March, 2021 to witness a theatrical enactment of the most famous Shakespearean play of its time, “The Merchant of Venice” at Badri High School.
  • Being an emblem of change and literary renaissance, this play is originally believed to have been written in the 16th Century. The play and its characters have been talked about for ages because of their strength and values. As a part of the syllabus of Grade VIII Literature, it has always appealed and exalted the students with the implications and connections it has, with the present time, being one of the many qualities for a classic to have.

Science Fair 2020 Bringing the Four Elements Together in the Light of Al-Quran

  • Badri High School was pleased to open its doors to welcome a massive crowd of 1600 inquisitive Science enthusiasts on 17th January 2020 for their eye opening Science Fair based on the theme of the Four Elements-Fire, Air, Water and Earth in the light of the miracles of Al-Quran’. Inaugurated by Janab Naeem Bhaisab the fair greeted over 1600 visitors in a short span of 4 hours that included high profile dignitaries such as Dr.Shakeel Farooqi; the Head of Genetics Department at the University of Karachi who could not but be mesmerized by the productive creativity of the fair.  
  • Challenging their own limits, BHS prides on the grand success of Science Fair 2020 as it involved all three sections of the school; Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary.
  • Engaging their spectators in admiration, young researchers of pre-primary section created spectrum of formalized hands on knowledge on various topics. From meteorologists to scientists, from recyclers to artists, from mechanical engineers to paleontologists, all through their effective communication skills in English won hearts of hundreds of avid learners.

Diamond Jubilee Sports Fest 2019 Helps Athletes Shine

  • Badri High School was pleased to open its doors to welcome a massive crowd of 1600 inquisitive Science enthusiasts on 17th January 2020 for their eye opening Science Fair based on the theme of the Four Elements-Fire, Air, Water and Earth in the light of the miracles of Al-Quran’. Inaugurated by Janab Naeem Bhaisab the fair greeted over 1600 visitors in a short span of 4 hours that included high profile dignitaries such as Dr.Shakeel Farooqi; the Head of Genetics Department at the University of Karachi who could not but be mesmerized by the productive creativity of the fair.  
  • Challenging their own limits, BHS prides on the grand success of Science Fair 2020 as it involved all three sections of the school; Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary.
  • Engaging their spectators in admiration, young researchers of pre-primary section created spectrum of formalized hands on knowledge on various topics. From meteorologists to scientists, from recyclers to artists, from mechanical engineers to paleontologists, all through their effective communication skills in English won hearts of hundreds of avid learners.
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