Lahore Grammar School was established in January 1979 in Lahore by a group of women with a commitment to excellence in education and with the aim of providing a creative alternative to the existing educational facilities available in the country. The initial focus of LGS was the promotion of female education. This was followed by the opening of the boys branch in 1992. LGS offers Matric/O’ and A’ level to both boys and girls. The school now has several branches in the city of Lahore as well as Multan, Faisalabad, Karachi, Gujranwala, Quetta, Sialkot, Wah and Peshawar and is also considering opening branches in other major cities of the country. A girl’s college in Lahore offers arts, science, mathematics and computer science.
In April 1997, Lahore Grammar School started another network called the Landmark Project to cater to the need of the middle income group. The Landmark project has many branches in Lahore and will be opening branches in other cities as well.
The LGS board of directors has now also extended its educational network, known as the ILM School, to children from the lower income group.