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|Chattogram Government High School|
College Road, Chittagong
|Type||Public secondary school|
|Head of school||Mohammed Shahid Ullah|
Khaki and White
|Sports||Football, cricket, basketball|
|Publication||School magazine (Protibhash)|
|Special project||Connecting classrooms under British Council|
It was established in 1906 as Chittagong Modern English (M.E.) School. The school was converted into a government school in 1917. In 1963, the school's name was again changed to Chittagong Junior Government High School. The school was renamed to its current name in 1977.
Students of Chittagong Government High School take part in three public examinations: Secondary School Certificate Examination-SSC, Junior School Certificate Examination-JSC (Formerly, Junior Scholarship Examination) and Primary School Certificate Examination-PSC (Previously, Primary Scholarship Examination).
These include Inter School Debate Championships, Recitation Contests, Inter School Cricket Tournaments, Inter School Football Tournaments, Math Olympiad, Science Olympiad, Physics Olympiad, Chemistry Olympiad, Biology Olympiad, Astronomy Olympiad, Astrophysics Olympiad and Science Fair.The school really cares about extra-curricular activities.
Chittagong Government High School is one of the best schools in debating in Chittagong District. It has become champion in Drishty Inter School Debate Contest eight times: in 1993, 1994, 1995, 2002, 2008, 2009, 2014. and 2018
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