Springfield School Karachi
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The Springfield School in Karachi, Pakistan was founded on 1 September 1966 by husband and wife educators Mirza Nadir Agha and Nusrat Agha. The school has prepared students to sit for the GCE O Levels from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom since 1986.
The school emphasizes coursework in English, Urdu, and mathematics. Comprehensive examinations are conducted twice a year. The institution has a library, a public hall, a science laboratory, and a computer lab.