The foundation for BOSS (Beaconhouse Old Students Society) was laid in 1991 by a group of alumni from Beaconhouse School, Garden Town Campus, Lahore. The aim of this initiative was simple, to stay connected and endeavour to organise meetings and events, championing camaraderie at a time far removed from the current ease of social media communication.
BOSS deeply acknowledges the work of the first alumni for their ingenuity, and wants to continue the tradition of the BOSSes from the 1991s. With technology and resources at our disposal, BOSS can reach as far as our graduates across the globe!
BOSS has 22 Chapters across Pakistan and aims to grow internationally as well. Our vision is simply to help you stay connected with your alma mater, leading to the creation of a strong community of Beaconhouse alumni that celebrates and facilitates current students, young professionals and graduates of the Beaconhouse School System.
Be a part of this great network by registering and downloading the BOSS mobile application for exclusive benefits, networking and much more. Stay connected with your alma mater with just a click!
Welcome to BOSS!
I am pleased to launch the new BOSS website along with an engaging mobile phone app which is now available to download from the App Store (Apple) and Play Store (Android). BOSS aims to enrich the lives of our alumni and engage them in networking, mentorship and career development opportunities with each other and with existing Beaconhouse students.
We have chosen to continue with the legacy name BOSS (Beaconhouse Old Students Society) for our alumni network. BOSS traces its origins to our first senior school, Garden Town Campus, Lahore, which was set up in 1984. The society was officially ‘re-launched’ in December 2017 through a series of alumni dinners in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.
BOSS has been structured by grouping Beaconhouse senior schools across Pakistan into 22 national chapters, each of which will have its own governing body comprised of alumni and school administration. Chapter details and contact information have been added to this website.
In the second phase, we aim to establish international BOSS chapters to reach out to the thousands of Beaconhouse alumni living outside Pakistan — as well as the alumni of international Beaconhouse schools in the Middle East and Southeast Asia
We collectively have the power to make BOSS the voice of over 105,000 unique individuals who constitute our global alumni. This is an alumni body unlike any other and, if we are able to leverage its strength, I am confident that we can create unparalleled opportunities for alumni and students alike.
BOSS aspires to engage with all Beaconhouse alumni and students to provide a platform for collaborative effort that fosters a strong sense of community and promotes a life-long relationship with the alma mater.
BOSS aspires to connect its students’ – past and present – to celebrate sustainable partnership in order to inspire its youth with the competence and expertise of its alumni body through sharing values, success and commitment to the wider world.