St Denys School, Chapel, Murree, Pakistan

St Denys School, Chapel, Murree, Pakistan

Established in 1882, St Denys’ School was the first Anglican Protestant School for the British girls in the Murree Hills. The Diocese of Lahore got a scheme for building a great Girls’ School to accommodate 300 girls on the site of St. Denys’ School, Murree. When completed the original idea was that the girls  present in the Lawrence School at Murree should be transferred to this new school, leaving room in the Boys’ School for a large number of boys already on the waiting list.  The chapel was build to cater for religious needs of students and staff.

Principals  of  St. Denys’ High School, Murree Hills

Historical record of principals who served St. Denys’ High School, Murree Hills is given below:-

1882-1895        Sisters of St. Denys’ Warminster, Wiltshire.

1896-1900        Miss  Perry

1900-1905        Miss  Sampson

1906-1908        Miss  E. Traill-Christie

1909-1917        Miss  M. Bealey

1918-1927        Miss  Waterman, St. Hilda‘s Society

1927-1942        Miss  Haig

1943-1958        Miss  Stallard

1960-1980        Miss  M. White

1981-1982        Miss  Vera Chapman

1983-1989        Miss  Millicent Andrews

1990-2001        Mrs. Shireen Sarfraz

2002-2003        Mrs. Zarina Salik

2004-2006        Mrs. Sarah Cecil

2007- to date   Mrs. Noreen Suleman

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