Pegah High School is a private school in Kabul, Afghanistan providing creative and quality instruction that educates children and youth. Administering three branches in Kabul currently, we are focused on student-centered excellence in early childhood, elementary, and secondary education. Pegah is dedicated to creating a community where exceptional students of different backgrounds come together to learn, to create, and to play. We encourage all of our students to be curious about the world and the people around them and to think creatively. Going further than the curriculum provided by the Afghan Ministry of Education, we develop each student’s individual academic, artistic, and athletic potential, while enabling them to maintain a global perspective. As a result, our students are free thinkers, risk takers, dreamers, and doers.
This album contains pictures from 1-5 grade students activities during 2019-2020 academic year in the third branch, Intermediate III.
On Tuesday, 21st November 2020, Pegah High School held its annual end of year ceremony for teachers and staff, organized by the Office of Extracurricular Activities to appreciate faculty and staff's achievements during the course of the academic year.
The third branch staff and students celebrated end of 2019-2020 academic year. In this program, active students received educational packages awards and students of grades 1-5 read short stories and poems.
Galaxy Painters, Pegah’s Art Organization, and students’ council held an art exhibition on 26th and 27th of October. The exhibition allowed students to showcase their paintings, drawings, calligraphy pieces, and handicrafts.
The Art & Creativity Exhibition (II) took place on 23 and 24th of October 2019. Students had the opportunity to showcase their projects either built for class assignments or outside classes.
Art & Creativity is the title of an exhibition that has been exhibited twice in the academic year of 2018-2019. During this exhibition, students have the opportunity to showcase their creative & artistic projects to their peers and teachers.