Habib Girls' School finds great inspiration from the vision of the founding fathers, particularly Mr. Hamid D. Habib, Mr. Rashid D. Habib and Mr. Yusuf Qasim. They believed that education of girls was next to educating the nation. Their vision was to provide enlightened and broad-based education to girls, including those belonging to deprived families. They were of the firm belief that if a school is a preparation for life then the school must teach more than just the subjects demanded by the examining authorities. The Habib Girls' School introduced a full day curriculum for senior classes in order to have creative activities and greater child participation in the subjects and topics studied.