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
The 2nd term heralded many victories for Ebians! Areej Goheer from Grade V won 1st position at the Interschool Qirat Competition held at Reflections School on 3rd March. Wajeeha Ashraf (X) won the 3rd place in Interschool English Declamation whereas Waniya Naseer (IX) won 3rd Prize in Interschool Urdu Elocution Competition held at River Oaks Academy in January. Humna Salman also bagged the 3rd place in Interschool English Elocution Contest held at River Oaks Academy.
Students from Grade III-XI participated in Pakistan Science & Maths Contest 2016 held in January by CEATS. (CEATS) enables students to identify their academic strengths and weaknesses and compare their yearly achievement with other students nationwide. Areesha Moosa (X) was awarded District Distinction Award Shield and Silver Medal at CEATS Science Contest. Muhammed Usman (IV), Areesha Atif Hussain (IV) and Suha Ahmed (IXA) were awarded Bronze Medals – School Distinction Awards at CEATS Math Contest. Hearty congratulations to all winners!
Ebian Vintage Theatre presented a grand stage extravaganza ‘The Morality Plays’ on 12-13 March at all grade levels. The first day of this two-day electrifying event saw preprimary students present tableaus, songs, hymns and various oral presentations with great zeal and fervour. The young Primary actors captivated the audience with their brilliant performance in skits like The Cat & the Mouse, The Three Billy Goats, The Wolf & the Sheep and a host of other wonderful stage presentations. Lower Secondary students kept the audience engaged with plays like The Happy Prince and Eidgah. O Level Section enthralled the guests with scintillating performances of Choral Elocution, Shadow Puppetry, a long play ‘Seasons of Joys’ based on Charles Dickens's work and another long play 'Dr. Faustus' by Christopher Marlowe.
Grade XI-A students invited Musarrat Misbah, a distinguished entrepreneur, cosmetologist and philanthropist dedicated to the noble cause of helping and rehabilitating acid and burn crimes’ victims, to conduct a session on women’s rights and social work in Pakistan. Representatives from Mera Karachi visited EBS campus in February to conduct a session with senior students on Traffic Awareness and Road Safety Program.
Students participated in the Happy Home School’s Interschool event gala from 10-13th February. Fareeha Faisal (XI) participated in English Elocution and won the 2nd position. Subhan Zafar (XI) took part in Art Competition and won 2nd place as well! Ibrahim Salman (IX) and Arzaan AlMiraj (X) won 3rd positions at Cyber Fair. Congratulations to all the winners! .
EBS launched a commemorative issue of the school magazine 'Endeavours' on the completion of fifteen years of accomplishments. The special issue looks back at what EBS has been, where we are today and looks ahead as we move forward in faith. The second anthology of short stories written by Ebians from Grade I-XI was also published by the school.
Students at primary and secondary levels had a whale of a time celebrating Library Week. A host of different activities marked the event. Story telling sessions, Readathon and book reviews kept the primary students creatively engaged. Secondary students prepared for readings at Literary Cafe. Students brought their favourite books and even their own literary pieces to share with the delightful company of teachers and friends. Booming Bake Sale was also held by senior boys to collect funds for charity.
The Oxford University Press (OUP) launched its exciting new initiative – Oxford Big Readwhich is a first-of-its-kind reading contest in Pakistan. The idea behind this project is to inculcate in students a life-long love of reading, leading to better learning and critical thinking skills. Ebians from primary and secondary sections participated in the competition and were required to read Oxford books and write reviews on them. Syed Abbas Murtaza from 2A won the regional round! Congratulations to Abbas.