Welcome to Star Educational Society
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Star Educational Society is a popular institute functioning in five branches, private high school, and library with over 200 staff members and over 13,000 students. Star is proud to have graduated over 7,000 English language students. The school is popular for the achievements and success of its former students who have been able to use their language skills to study in high schools and universities around the world. Star alumni and staff members have been able to secure honored positions in government offices and NGOs and have contributed to bringing about positive changes in the lives of others. Recently, Star’s current general director and co-founder, Hussain Yousofi, was selected as a Fulbright scholar and admitted to Columbia University, one of the world’s leading universities, to pursue his Master’s degree in Educational Policy and Social Analysis.
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We offer a wide array of language programs like English, German, Russian. Which language are you planning to learn?
We have equipped a modern computer training center and offer different computer courses from programming to web design and Microsoft office packages.
Our teachers are our main strength, so we invest in training them to get what they need to be a Star Teacher.
Here, our students can find their cool stuff. Student activities like futsal, quiz competition, student government and more.
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Ali Reza Yasa (Changez)
Updates from our blog
17-year old Malaysian immigrant gains admission to all 8 Ivy League Universities with essay about learning English
Cassandra Hsiao immigrated to the U.S. from Malaysia at just 5 years old. She’s a first-generation immigrant living in Southern California. She has offers from Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Dartmouth, Brown, Columbia, Cornell and Penn. Hsiao has a wildly impressive resume, but it was her essay about learning English that impressed the universities. In addition to[…]
A short story About the author: Muhammad Ali Hujjati is in the 11th grade at Marefat High School and plans to study business or economics in the future. It was 2010 and a reporter from Le Monde, a famous French newspaper, was interviewing Afghanistan’s newest ambassador to France. Interviewer: Madam Ambassador, welcome to France. You[…]
Interview with Maryam Samar, young leader and aspiring human rights advocate Translated by: Nematullah Ahangosh Tell us a little bit about your childhood and your family. I am Maryam Samar living in Bamyan. I am an 8th grade student. When I was a kid, I was living in a remote province of Afghanistan, Daikondi. Although[…]
“The destruction work is not as easy as people would think.” – Qudratullah Jamal, Taliban Information Minister After the shelling of artillery, with their long graceful telemetries of explosives in flight—our stuccoed faces crumbled and sheared free from the stone, but we did not bow down; we stood with our backs to the sandstone cliffs, just[…]
Atiq Rahimi is a director and writer who was born in 1962 in Kabul and settled in France in 1985 following the Soviet invasion. The Patience Stone is Rahimi’s fourth book. He returned to Afghanistan in 2002 and served as a senior creative advisor for the Moby Group and continues to work closely with them[…]
By: William Dalrymple Republished from the Financial Times https://tinyurl.com/jwu5dcx Of the many places suggested for the possible site of the Garden of Eden, the Bamiyan valley in central Afghanistan might seem, at first, one of the more surprising choices. In 1799 the pioneering, though somewhat eccentric, orientalist Captain Francis Wilford announced to the readers of[…]
Connecting female students in Kabul and Karachi About the author: Emran Poya is a Star alumnus and a teacher at Star’s C Branch. He graduated from Kabul University with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. In addition, he is an Evaluator of Computer and English at Marefat High School and Director of GYPF Alumni Afghanistan.[…]