Toba Tek Singh, the ancestral village of the trustees of The Sultan Foundation, was severely lacking in the quality of education available and hence became the location of the foundation’s second major project. In 1991, the Girls’ High School was established in order to provide quality education to the underprivileged. Since then it has grown to an enrollment total of around 2200 students and employs a faculty of around a hundred members.
Following a hugely positive response to the school for girls, a higher secondary school for boys was set up in 1994 which was later elevated to college status. The institution offers education in the disciplines of science as well as humanities and more than 200 students are presently enrolled. The college has a qualified dedicated faculty of 22 teachers. To maintain the quality of education, The Sultan Foundation has set up its own ‘Board of Examination’ that conducts collective board exams for all students enrolled in the system. In 2007, following a great demand by parents for higher education for their children, The Sultan Foundation college was officially inaugurated under the affiliation of Government College which provides education up till postgraduate level in various disciplines including commerce, psychology, economics, etc.