To mark the 150 years of Lawrence College, State Bank of Pakistan has issued another commemorative coin on 28 May 2011.
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History of Lawrence College, Ghora Gali, Murree
L.C.G.G. Murree is one of the elite institutions of Pakistan. Its pupils are popularly known as ‘Gallians’.
Established in 1860 after Sir Henery Lawrence, the oldest residential institution of its type in Pakistan, Lawrence College started as an asylum with the object to provide practical education to the orphans and the children of the British soldiers in India. It had 82 children in its care initially. The number rose to 204 boys and 101 girls in 1914 when it was taken over by the Government of the Punjab as the Lawrence Memorial School, and 356 boys and 124 girls, when it became the Lawrence College in 1927, with the construction of the Lower Estate. The Girls Section was transferred to Saint Denny's School Murree in 1949. The college was handed over to the Board of Governors in 1962 (Grant of Autonomy by the Punjab Government) effective todate. Today there are about 706 boys on the roll of the three schools. The number is expected to rise further, as the time passes. Started in 1860 as an unpretentious barracks, housing about 80 students, it developed into its present state over the period.The Motto of the college is "Never Give In".
A commemorative Postage Stamp was also issued on the 125 Years Celebrations of Lawrence College by Pakistan Post in 1985. You can see the image of the stamp below:-
To set the cause above renown.
To love the game beyond the prize.
To honour, while you strike him down;
The foe that comes with fearless eyes.
To count the life of battle good.
And dear the land that gave you Birth.
And dearer yet the brother-hood;
That binds the brave of all the earth.
To-day and here the fight's begun.
Of the great fellowship you're free.
Hence forth the school and you are one.
And what you are, the race shall be.