The school has classes from One to Ten with approximately 160 children enrolled so far. The girls come from homes where usually both parents work as domestic help or cheap labour and cannot afford to send their children to school. The school provides the students with uniforms, books and transport. The syllabus taught is that of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad. The Principal and teachers are paid staff but they are helped by some voluntary members who have a background in education and who also take some classes. The members also do student counselling for any problem solving when required. There is a daily morning assembly which has a PT drill too. The students are encouraged to take part in different activities and also taken for field trips. The school will have the capacity to enroll 300 students once the additional classrooms are built. It also provides an opportunity to Mashal members and their friends to sponsor the education of one or more students.