The Aga Khan Lycée, Khorog

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The Aga Khan Education Services, CA
18/1 Mirzonabotov Khudonazar Street
Khorog, GBAO, Tajikistan 736000
Phone: (+992) 8 3522 2 1271
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The Aga Khan Lycee, Khorog
18 Mirzonabotov Khudonazar Street
Khorog, GBAO, Tajikistan 736000
Phone: (+992) 8 3522 2 1271


The Aga Khan Lycée covers 7264.19 square meters and features 14 purpose-built subject cabinets and labs and 36 purpose-built classrooms, including:

  • Two computer labs with 54 computers
  • A Learning Resources Centre (LRC)
  • A cafeteria with a seating capacity of 200
  • A gymnasium with international standard basketball and volleyball court

Computer Laboratories

A modern network links all computers in the school. This network allows staff, students and administrators to access the Internet from their workstations. More recently, Wifi routers have been place all around the school, giving teachers, administrators and management continuous access to the internet while moving around the building.

Learning Resource Centre (LRC)

The LRC has more than 36,000 items in its collection, and has been designed to complement classroom instruction, through dedicated spaces such as an independent study and research area, a recreational reading place, and audio/visual theatre space, and comfortable space for student group meetings.

The library is continuously being streamlined and revamped with new materials, equipment and furniture. A more recent attempt in the library is to add to the existing active learning space by including a makerspace, which promotes hands-on experience of designing and building, including projects involving 3-D printing, robotics, electronic circuits, and the use of recycled raw materials.

The intent to launch a makerspace in the School library is to promote the library as central hub in the School for learning, research, innovation and training, and to begin integrating the use of 21st century technology in the process of teaching and learning.

The LRC is also open to the community on Saturdays, whereby the public can come and read or sign-out books.

Frequent Questions

Q: Is the Aga Khan Lycée a religious school?

A: No. In fact, the School is non-denominational. Children from varied religious backgrounds and nationalities are welcome. Admission is based on merit.

Q: Why study at the Aga Khan Lycée?

A: The School provides not only state-of-the-art facilities and equipment but also promotes student-centered learning that prepares students for the demands of modern life and work.

Q: After successfully completing their studies, where do your students go?

A: Our graduates typically go on to study at universities including the University of Central Asia (campuses in Khorog and Naryn), the locally based Khorog State University, Republican level Universities, in addition to universities and colleges within Central Asia, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, Asia and the USA.

Q: Do you provide textbooks?

A: Yes, the Lycée provides all textbooks and learning resources during the academic year.

Q: Do you provide transport facilities?

A: No, a school bus is not available. Parents/guardians are responsible for making transportation arrangements for their child.

Q: Do you provide canteen services?

A: Yes, there is a canteen managed by the school providing hot meals and snacks in the cafeteria.

Q: Do you have boarding facilities?

A: No. The Lycée does not offer boarding facilities.

Q: What if we cannot afford to pay our child's school fees?

A: Financial assistance is available and is based on need and merit. Families are requested to see the Director.

Q: Does the School have an Internet facility?

A: Yes, students, faculty and staff can access the Internet in the Computer labs and Learning Resource Centre.

Q: Are classes conducted on Saturdays?

A: There are lessons on Saturdays except for primary classes.

Q: What is the difference between this private school and other state schools?

A: The Lycée enriches the National curricula by including additional languages, and enrichment materials in Math, Sciences, Information Technology and the Fine Arts. The language and computer classes are split in two smaller groups with more resources allocated to these subjects. In some subjects, more periods of instruction are allocated than in state schools. The Lycee also has a diverse offering of enrichment programmes through its co-curricular clubs.