- 907 government primary schools, including 656 for boys and 251 for girls (101,670 pupils, of which 52,240 (51%) were boys and 49,430 (49%) were girls).
- 166 mosque schools
- 83 middle schools (56 for boys and 27 for girls)
- Two colleges for girls
- A post graduate college
Private schools include the following:
- Jinnah Jamia Public school and college,
- Sir Syed Model School and college,
- Basri Public school and college,
- Sadat Model Public school,
- Hazara Public school,
- Pakistan International Public school,
- Merit schooling system,
- Beaconhouse schooling system,
- Fauji foundation model school
In Haripur the RAHA programme includes the following projects:
- School rehabilitation and construction of rooms in government school for boys in Bera.
- Provision of tables and computers in Kalabat school for boys.
Key issues with education facilities in Haripur include:
- The ratio of primary schools with the total primary school aged population indicates limited enrolment rates of the children to primary education,
- 37% of schools do not have electricity,
- 20% of schools are without latrines,
- 29% of schools have no access to water,
- 30% pf schools are without boundary walls,
- The district lacks in-service structured training programs,
- Teachers are not provided training, especially for pre-primary stage, while maths, science and computer teachers are provided with very little opportunity for on-the-job teacher training through National Institute of Science and Technical Education.
Overall, in the district, there are more boys’ schools (66%) than girls’ schools (34%), with significant gender gaps at all educational levels, but particularly after primary school.