Brief History of Fazaia Region

Fazaia Regional Office, the youngest region of the FGEI System, was established in 2007 at Peshawar. A chain of 13 FG Fazaia Schools was established with a view to facilitate the low paid employees of Pakistan Air Force (PAF). There are 5859 students enrolled in the FG Fazaia institutions with 401 faculty members. It is a unique region having institutions spread all over the country. FG Fazaia schools are located at PAF Bases of Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Lahore, Kalabagh (Abbottabad), Mianwali, Sargodha, Shorkot, Sakesar (Khushab) and Karachi. FG Fazaia Secondary School E-9, Islamabad is the only institution of FGEI system located in the Capital Territory. Most of the Fazaia schools are operative in the evening shift utilizing buildings of the PAF Schools and Colleges. Only three schools (Badaber, Kalabagh and Sakesar) are the morning shift schools and have their own buildings. FG Fazaia School Sakesar was upgraded to Higher Secondary level in 2010. Another uniqueness of the Fazaia Region is that it teaches Oxford University Press Textbooks in its institutions unlike other FG schools. Chief of Air Staff has initiated Shaheen Foundation Scholarship Scheme for FG Fazaia students to assist the low paid employees of PAF. FG Fazaia Schools are producing very good results in the Board Exams. FG Fazaia Secondary School, PAF Base Mianwali is a shining star by achieving 3rd position among 311 FG Schools in FBI&SE SSC Exam 2013. The students of FG Fazaia Schools also showed excellent performance in co-curricular activities.