Parent and Student Information

St. Mary’s Academy offers an extensive range of A Level subjects taught by highly qualified, experienced and motivated faculty members. All classes are conducted in specialist classrooms and there are specialist laboratories for physics, chemistry biology and computer. Students have access to an extensive library which includes a wide range of reference books and CDs, internet access and other computer facilities. Sport and other extra curricular activities are also an essential part of an A Level student’s program.

The school has a history of high achievement at A Level with students gaining excellent results and places at the best universities in Pakistan and abroad. This comes from a combination of commitment on the part of both teachers and students, regular class attendance, effective use of the library and personal study time and seeking assistance from faculty members whenever help is needed.


Business Studies
Further Mathematics
General Paper (AS subject only)


Students are required to study three subjects and may take four subjects. There are no compulsory subjects and no predetermined combinations of subjects. All subject combinations are possible provided the choice is a wise one in terms of future higher studies.

  • Sport including basketball, football, table tennis, badminton, martial arts, cricket, athletics
  • Music Club
  • Media Club
  • Science Club
  • Business Club
  • IT Club
  • Model United Nations Club
  • Young Friends of Al Shifa
  • Rotary Interact Club
  • Literary Club
  • Participation in GIK and NSTC competitions
  • Debating


At A Level admission is open to both male and female students who have a good academic record and are prepared to study seriously and to involve themselves in the life of the school and to exercise leadership as senior students. Normally students should have completed O Level however in exceptional circumstances students with matriculation may be admitted. Application is upon completion of an admission form available from the school office and an interview with the principal. These interviews are conducted after the announcement of results.


First year A Level students commence in the fourth week of August.

Classes are conducted Monday to Friday. Saturday is a sports day and if necessary teachers conduct additional classes on a Saturday.


Academic/Merit scholarships are available based on O Level results. There are both full and part scholarships Click here for more details. Students who have full scholarships are required to pay a laboratory/computer fee per month.