History

17th October, 1961. The then Station Commander Colonel Ahmed Ali Sheik, T.P.K. – invited the then President of Pakistan Field Martial Md. Ayub Khan. NPK, H.J. to inaugurate the foundation of this institution. According to the society registration act XXI 1860, this institution was established by Chittagong Cantonment Public School Foundation. From 23rd October 1961 this institution started its journey. After that many gracious and affluent men came forward to make this great endeavour successful with monetary and moral support. Behind it there were sincerity and generosity.

Rtd. Lt. Colonel M. Sordar Khan (Army Education Corps) was appointed as the first Principal of this institution. He had the experience of academic and administrative works of cadet College and Public School. At last with 24 students and 03 teachers the academic curriculum started. At the beginning of 1970 many highly educated and experienced persons were appointed as the teachers. At that time foreign teachers were also appointed to teach foreign language.

On 1st January, 1971, this institution achieved its first recognition from Secondary and Higher secondary Board of Education, Comilla. Then in class IX humanities group was introduced. During the liberation war of 1971, this institution had to face a great loss. After the independence this institution again started its journey with the effort of the teachers, Board of Trustee and the Board of Governors.

This institution was re-established on 17 March, 1972, with the initiative of the then Brigadier General Mir Showkat Ali BU, psc. Students, teachers, guardians and all the members of the governing body worked jointly to give her the real feature. Next time this institution came under the direct supervision of Bangladesh Army for continuing its gradual acclivity.