Southshore Awards

The Southshore awards allow the school community to recognize the impressive, tangible contributions made by our student body.
Named after Pakistan’s most famous poet and one of the greatest Urdu poets of all time, the Faiz Ahmed Faiz Award goes to an A1 student who has displayed the most outstanding achievement in the creative arts.
Einstein is renowned for his intelligence and his contributions to the field of science. The Albert Einstein Award is given to an A1 student who has shown not only outstanding achievement in the sciences, but also intellectual curiosity and an interest in discovering more about the world around us.
Graham Layton was in his time a decorated soldier and a successful businessman. But his most lasting contribution to Pakistan was as a philanthropist, being one of the co-founders of LRBT which has provided quality eye care free of charge to millions of Pakistanis. The Graham Layton Award is given to the A1 student with outstanding achievement in the social sciences.
Dr. Ruth Pfau devoted her life to providing medical care to those who could not afford it. She has served for many years as the head of the Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre. The Dr. Ruth Pfau Award is given to the A1 student who has worked hard to help others through social activism and participation in community service programmes.
Dr. Adib Hasan Rizvi has made an immense contribution to the people of Karachi through his work in setting up and building the Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation (SIUT). In keeping with this tradition of enriching the lives of the people around you, the Dr. Adib Hasan Rizvi Award is given to the A1 student who has made the greatest contribution to the Southshore community.
The Sadequain Award is named after the most Pakistan’s most renowned artist. It is given to the A2 student who has displayed the most outstanding achievement in the creative arts.
The Charles Darwin Award is named after a man whose intellectual curiosity and fearless search for scientific truths helped turn our understanding of the biological world upside down. The Award is given to the A2 student who has shown not only outstanding achievement in the sciences, but also intellectual curiosity and an interest in discovering more about the world around us.
Hasan Aly Effendi was a dedicated educationist whose deep interest in education and in the uplift of his society has left a lasting mark on Pakistan. The Hasan Aly Effendi Award is given to the A2 student with outstanding achievement in the social sciences.
Mother Teresa’s name is a byword for selfless devotion to the cause of helping the poor and sick. The Mother Teresa Award is given to the A2 student who has worked hard to help others through social activism and participation in community service programmes.
Few men contributed so much and in so many varied ways to Pakistan than A. H. Kardar. As the first captain of its cricket team, he established Pakistan on the map as a great sporting nation. As an official he helped establish the game in the country and as a diplomat he upheld its reputation in international forums. The A. H. Kardar Award goes to the A2 student who has made the greatest contribution to the Southshore community.
The Southshore Faculty Award is given on behalf of the faculty to the A2 student who stands out among the entire student body for their academic achievement, active class engagement and general positive disposition in their interaction with teachers and peers.
The School Spirit Award is given annually to the A2 student who has contributed significantly to the school and upheld the ideals of the Southshore community. It is voted on by the entire school community – the student body, faculty and staff – to the student who most fully embodies the Titan spirit.

The Principal’s Award is presented to the student who exemplifies the ideals of Southshore through academic achievement, citizenship, leadership, learning and overall contribution to the school community. Selected by the Principal, the award is based on multiple factors such as academics, personal growth, athletic prowess, creativity, interpersonal skills and contribution to Southshore.

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