November 4, 2011: It gives us great pleasure to introduce The Beaconhouse Times, an online news portal where you will be able to learn about the latest Beaconhouse initiatives and each other. The Beaconhouse Times, or TBT, is not a new project, its origins date back to the mid-1990s when it was a printed magazine.
October 3, 2011: ‘Bubbles’ is a Beaconhouse-developed, one-year playgroup programme for children aged 24 to 36 months. Bubbles will help children enhance their creativity, make independent decisions, develop social and interactive skills, boost self-confidence and develop a life-long love for learning.
September 13, 2011: Building on its academic excellence, Beaconhouse proudly introduces Beaconhouse-Newlands, Lahore. This day boarding school provides students with a new learning experience where technology blends seamlessly into a modern broad-based curriculum, facilitated by fully-equipped classrooms and IT suites.
July 31, 2011: The Beaconhouse Group is proud to have received the Brands of the Year Award 2010-11 for the Best School System in Pakistan. The award was given away by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani in a ceremony held at the Governor House, Karachi on 31st July 2011.
September 24, 2011: A total of 11 students from Beaconhouse Educational Complex A Level Campus participated in a seminar organised by the United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP).Â Guest speakers at the event were Ms Arenie and Mr Saiga from the United States Embassy's Student Visa Department.
August 11, 2011: Beaconhouse Educational Complex student Zohaib Asad stood out in the world academic arena with an exceptional CIE O & A Level result. He achieved 28 As in CIE & Edexcel O Level and secured 10 A grades in his A Level in 2011.
2: Striving for effect: strained.
3: Of, relating to, or being aggressive or defensive social interaction (such as fighting, fleeing, or submitting) between individuals usually of the same species.
Example(s) of use;
- "In agonistic discourse, a political rival is seen and talked about as an adversary—an adversary to be beaten, for sure—but still an adversary, with the same right to be in the political arena as one's self." — Eddie Glenn, The Tulsa (Oklahoma) World, 19 Oct. 2016