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Garrsion Junior Academy

We Shall Rise & Shine...


One of the most important component of a good school is the partnership between school and parents who work together for the best interest of children. The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths at Garrison Junior Academy.
In the most successful classrooms, teachers have established specific routines for the children to follow. This means giving the children a specific place to find and achieve their academic excellence in meaningful interaction with teachers & other pupils. These classroom routines are blended with the teacher’s consistent standards of instructions, cooperation, opportunity & participation for all. This daily routine helps the children to feel secure, understand environment and fulfill their learning needs through positive contribution.
At home, it is also important to provide routines. Many families build a daily “quiet time” when the television is turned off. This quiet time provides students the opportunity for completing school work or for recreational reading if there is no homework. The routine of a daily quiet time provides an opportunity to develop self-discipline, stimulate imagination, and enhance reading skills.
Hopefully we can provide time for our children to be children. As children grow and learn, they find joy and satisfaction in working closely with their families & school towards a common goal. It is our strong commitment at Garrison Junior Academy to provide best school culture according to their physical, emotional, social, moral growth for sound development.
School Administration and Staff strongly hopes and desires that all parents help us to fulfill this commitment to excellence for all children at Garrison Junior Academy. School and home can work together to build skills and knowledge, reinforce values, and develop a strong sense of self-worth. We must invest our time and energies in our nation’s most valuable resource – our children. Our school motto for this year is “Building Hands Together” towards peace & harmony for our country & future generation.


To encourage a climate of expectation and success, to help young learners to set realistic targets and then provide full assistance for the achievement of these goals. We are in partnership with the parents, providing quality education so that all pupils are able to reach their full potential within a caring, secure & friendly environment in school.


To provide a motivating learning environment with modern orientation of the whole curriculum, which maximizes individual potential and ensures that students of all ability & levels are well equipped to meet the challenges of 21st century..


Honest Hard Work
Responsible Help & Care
Team Spirit Tolerance
Cooperation Sharing
Greetings Respect
Social Justice Punctuality

Faculty of GJA

Section Head Preschool

Section Head Junior School

Section Head Middle School

Co-Curricular Activites

Detail of Co/Extra Curricular Activities: 2019 - 2020

Date Nature of Activites
23rd March 2019 Pakistan Day
26th - 28th  March 20.9 Book Bank week
3rd April 2019 Teacher’s Preparation Day
4th April 2019 Academic Session Begins (1st Term)
5th April 2019 AFL
10th April 2019 Investiture Ceremony and Announcement of Houses
17th April 2019 Paragraph / Essay Writing Competition
20th April 2019 Community Work
22nd -26th April 2019 Inter House Sports Competition
1st May 2019 Labour Day
4th May 2019 Mega Naat & Qirat Competition
13th -17th May 2019 Check Point 1 (Junior School)
13th – 20th May 2019 Check Point 1 (Middle School)
25th May 2019 PTM & Result
3rd June – 14th August 2019 Summer Break
12th -14th August 2019 Eid-ul-Azha
14th August 2019 Independence Day
15th August 2019 School Re-open & Recap days
19th -23rd August 2019 Tree Plantation Week
21st -23rd August 2019 Numeracy Literacy Test (NLTs) Middle School
28th August 2019 National Song Competition  
4th September 2019 General Knowledge Quiz
6th September 2019 Defence Day / Youm-e-Shuhada
9th - 10th September 2019 Youm-e-Ashura Holidays
16th -20th September 2019 Check point 2 (Junior School)
16th -23rd September 2019 Check point 2 (Middle School)
28th September 2019 PTM & Result
2nd October 2019 Grand Parents Appreciation Day
3rd – 9th October 2019 Revision Week (Middle School)
21st – 25th October 2019 Revision Week (Junior School)
21st – 25th October 2019 Check Point 3 (Junior School)
10th -25th October 2019 1st Term Examination (Middle School)
28th Oct -1st Nov 2019 Result Preparation Week
2nd November 2019 PTM (1st Term)
4th November 2019 2nd Term Begins
4th -5th November 2019 AFL
9th November 2019 Community Work
9th November 2019 Iqbal Day
10th November 2019 Eid-Milad-un-Nabi
16th November 2019 School Sports Day
27th November 2019 Speech Competition (Junior School)
27th November 2019 Debate Competition (Middle School)
2nd – 7th December 2019 Inter-Regional Sports Competition (Middle School)
11th December 2019 General Knowledge Quiz
13th – 20th December 2019 Checkpoint 3 (Middle School)
16th December 2019 Youm-e-Quami Azame Taleem (Dua for Martyrs of APS Peshawar)
16th -20th December 2019 Check point 4 (Junior School)
23rd – 31st December 2019 Winter Break
25th December 2019 Quaid-e-Azam Day
1st January 2020 School Reopen
4th January 2020 PTM & Result
8th – 10th January 2020 Numeracy Literacy Test (NLTs) Middle School
15th January 2020 Elocution Competition
3rd – 10th February 2020 Check Point 5 (Junior School)
3rd – 11th February 2020 Check Point 4 (Middle School)
5th February 2020 Kashmir Day  
15th February 2020 PTM & Result
17th – 21st February 2020 Art & Science projects Exhibition Week
20th – 26th February 2020 Revision Week (Middle School)
27th Feb – 13th March 2020 2nd Term Examination (Middle School)
9th -13th March 2020 Check Point 6 (Junior School)
9th -13th March 2020 Revision Week (Junior School)
14th March 2020 Teacher’s Gratitude Day and End of the year party
16th – 20th March 2020 Result Preparation Week
21st March 2020 PTM & Result
23rd March 2020 Pakistan Day
24th March 2020 Book Bank Day.
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Every year a lump-sum amount is donated to any welfare organization. Students are encouraged to help others. Some charity work in the last few years has been: Click More >>

1. A sum of Rs 50,000.00 was donated to Al-Mustafa Trust (Medical Facilities).

2. A sum of Rs 44,870.00 was donated to Sundus Foundation (A Trust for Thalasaemia Patients).

3. A sum of Rs 112,626.00 were donated to Presidents relief fund for Earth Quake Victims.

4. A sum of Rs. 25,000.00 was donated to Jinnah Hospital, Lahore.

5. A sum of Rs. 157,205.00 was donated to IDPs of Swat.

6. A sum of Rs. 115,000.00 was donated to Mayo Hospital, Lahore.

7. A sum of Rs. 75,000.00 was donated to children of Aneela Zahid (Late).

8. A sum of Rs. 80,000.00 was donated to IDPs of Swat.

9. A sum of Rs. 225,956.00 was donated to Flood Relief Fund.

10. A sum of Rs. 125,854.00 was donated to Flood Relief Fund.

11. A sum of Rs. 50,000.00 for LGES Welfare Fund (Twice).

12. A sum of Rs. 125,745.00 was donated to DPs FATA.

13. A sum of Rs 100,040.00 was donated to Sundus Foundation (A Trust for Thalasaemia Patients).

14. A sum of Rs 50,000.00 for LGES Welfare Fund in 2013.


Achievements 2007 Onwards:- Click More >>

1. Regional Level Football Championship Trophy Won by GJA 2018-19

2. APSACS declared 6 consecutive time best Preschool of the year 2016-17

3. APSACS declared 3 best teachers from Junior & Middle School

4. APSACS declared best Preschool of the year 2015-16

5. Global Friendship with Whitchurch Primary School UK

6. APSACS declared best Preschool of the year 2013-15

7. APSACS declared best School of the year 2011-13

8. APSACS declared best Pre, Junior & Middle School of the year 2011-13

9. APSACS declared best School of the year 2009-11

10. APSACS declared best Pre, Junior & Middle School of the year 2009-11

11. APSACS declared best Preschool of the year 2007-08


Admission Policy

  • 30% seats in each class are preferably utilized for children of civilians. The vacancy occurring in quota of children of Army Personnel is not reallocated to that of civilian children unless approved by LGES Secretariat. If some vacancies exist/occur in the 30% quota of civilians the priority is given to the children of army personnel.
  • Children of civilians are offered admission in Play Group, K.G and Prep, admission is processed through LGES Secretariat in the beginning of the academic session.
  • Admissions are offered to students from other institutions to fill existing vacancies. Admissions are granted on merit, based on the candidate’s performance in admission test held by the LGES Secretariat. Those finally selected for admission are required to join the respective institution.
Class Age Criteria
Play Group: 3+
K.G: 4+
Prep: 5+
I 6+
II 7+
III 8+
IV 9+
V 10+

Class suitability will be decided according to child’s age on 31st March: -

  • If any vacancy occurs for civilians in any class, admission will be processed by the Principal.
  • Admission of defence personnel children (transfer cases will be guaranteed) on the authority of LGES Secretariat letter.



Our Location

Garrison Junior Academy Sarwar Road Lahore Cantt

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About Garrison Junior Academy


(Office) +92-42-9220753

(Principal Office) +92-42-9220751

Garrison Junior Academy,
Sarwar Road, Lahore Cantt

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