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.
Get to know our main members
Ali Reza Yasa (Changez)
Updates from our blog
Star Educational Society launched Star Institute of World Languages in a formal inauguration which also marked its 19th anniversary since its establishment in QUETTA on August 28th, 1998. Since its establishment Star has graduated over 42 thousand students and has contributed to the pride of helping over 100 Fulbright scholars get the prestigious scholarship via[…]
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A message from Khalilullah Baha, Bamyan Branch instructor The inauguration of Star’s Bamyan Branch took place Thursday July 20th in the elegant hall of Bamyan’s Gholghola Hotel. Mr. Ali Reza Yasa, Star’s founder and chairman, traveled from Kabul to Bamyan to celebrate the branch’s opening with a formal inauguration. Among many other distinguished guests was,[…]
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About the author: Esmatullah Sahebdil is a Star alumnus. He completed his Master’s of Public Administration in India and then spent four years working in project management and policy advising before becoming a Humphrey Fellow in the U.S. Last year, when I was accepted to the Humphrey Fellowship Program, my long-held dream of being educated[…]