Lahore Grammar School 55 Main was established in 1979. The nationalization of educational institutions had led to an alarming decline in the standards of instruction and facilities being provided in most schools and colleges. Interventions in the realm of education were consequently critical to arrest this abysmal state of affairs.
In 1978 , the Pakistani Government announced that it would welcome initiatives in the educational sector. Taking advantage of this, a group of women from varied professional backgrounds, including education, and with the shared objective of contributing in this field, decided to set up a girls school.
In 1979, therefore, Lahore Grammar School was established when 55 Main opened its door to a handful of students. We’ve come a long way since then!
The school is affiliated with the Cambridge Board of International Examinations for the O and A Level programs. The grading system applied in the senior levels is in line with the specifications of the Board.