Welcome to Education Bay School
Education Bay School has been one of the pioneer schools on many fronts. As you browse through the site, you will learn about our progressive horizons. The school has advanced towards excellence in academics and extra curricular activities. We are delighted to house one of the best faculty team for both the juniors as well as the O’ Level section, providing quality education with top grades and enabling our students to seek admission in the best colleges here and abroad.
News and Events
Visitors thronged the school grounds and had a whale of a time playing games and winning prizes at various stalls. An enthusiastic team of parents set up different stalls. An exciting Goat and Monkey show, jumping castles, Zorb Ball, face painting and pottery making activities thrilled the pre-primary and primary children to bits. The school set the day in true carnival spirit.
This year’s grand Annual Function saw Ebians celebrating the rich cultural, linguistic, political, historical and geographical diversity of Pakistan. The students took the visitors on a monumental ride through 70 years of Pakistan’s history depicted through various projects and simulations. Wagah Border parade drew great applause from the audience. Highlights of the Ebian Vintage Theatre shows included Urdu play Toba Tek Singh, Poetry Slam and Shadow Theatre depicting Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s poem ‘Lazim hay hum bhi dekhein gay.
Senior boys of Education Bay School brought laurels for their basketball team by winning the 2nd place in KISSL Boys Basketball Championship finals this year! The football team also gave its best shot and brought home the Runner-up trophy at the KISSL Boys Football Tournament. Congratulations to the teams and their coaches! Ebians also won the Shield of Honour with 3rd Position at Junior Taekwondo Championship in March with several students winning gold and silver medals.
Secondary students from Grade 9-11 went for an exciting field trip organised by WWF Pakistan to explore the wildlife. Mangroves trekking, plantation and beach cleaning was also a part of the funfilled field trip. Preprimary and primary students enjoyed their day out at Sindbad.
Be awesome, be a book nut, said Dr. Seuss once! Students at primary and secondary levels did just that as they celebrated Library Week this year. Book nuts in secondary sections prepared for readings at Literary Café, bringing their favourite books to read and sharing their literary pieces in the delightful company of teachers and friends. The 2nd term heralded many victories for Ebians!
The 2nd term heralded many victories for Ebians! Muhammed Rayyad from Grade XI won 1st position at the Interschool English Speech Competition held at Happy Home School Festival in February. Maha Imran, Sania Salman and Maryam Sarwar (XI) won 3rd place at the Accounts Challenge Competition in HHS Festival. This year, in the National Child Art Competition organized by The Little Art, Fatima Asif Misbah (VII) won AJG studio workshop with renowned artist Abdul Jabar Gull. Ayesha Bilwani of (IV) won Art Beat Special Award whereas Arsala Musawwir (IV) and Fatima Asif Misbah (VII) won the Prize of Honour and their works were selected to be displayed at The Little Art Exhibition.
Students at primary and secondary levels participated in CEATS Pakistan Maths Contest held on school premises in January. Huzaifa Shaikh of Grade II was declared National Winner and awarded Gold Medal and Distinction Award Shield. Shehzar Zeeshan (Grade II), Mohammad Salman (Grade III) and Sulayman Ali Samir (Grade IV) were awarded Bronze Medals and School Winner Shields. Heartiest congratulations to the winners. Shehzil Faisal (Grade IV), Zaid Bin Haris and Abdullah Faisal (Grade III) won Honourable Distinction Award with First position and Bronze medals at Institution Level in International Kangaroo Science Contest.
The month of January saw Ebians from Grade 5 and 6 bring English Language into action on 'English Activity Day' - A funfilled mini-event where students and their parents entertained themselves with mind-boggling word games and feasted their eyes on colourful thematic displays students had prepared in class. Some children also dressed up as their favourite story characters and shared their favourite books with the visitors.